The SVU6800features an innovative mechanical design with an emphasis on productivity and reliability, make it the fastest automatic double clipper in its class. Initially introduced as a prototype at IFFA in 2019, the SVU6800 has since had a design revision and the first machines – sold between late 2020 and early 2021 – have been well received by customers.
Capable of handling products from 50-200 millimeters in diameter, with a top speed of 65 pieces/minute, the unit includes a very powerful voider so it can void through whole muscle products. It can be paired with the JBT Schröder HAMAX800 Whole Muscle Stuffer for a complete whole muscle product solution. For other applications, it features an optional slack-fill module for formed or natural shaped products.
Cost efficient However, what makes the SVU6800 really stand out, says Conrad Faust, Director of Product Management at TIPPER TIE, is the machine’s mechanical design. “The previous model used a lot of pneumatics, so its air consumption was high,” he explains. “This is significant because compressed air is the biggest cost in a lot of plants. This change also eliminated a lot of the sensors that are required in a pneumatic machine. The mechanical design makes it a lot faster, more cost efficient, and more reliable.”
The other great advantage of the SVU6800, continues Faust, is a robust, powerful design, which is targeted for maximum uptime and longer gaps between required maintenance or parts replacement. “The SVU6800 delivers an innovative, hygienic design; powerful, effective functionality, and a very low requirement for maintenance, for an overall lower total cost of ownership” he adds.
We may not all be able to meet face-to-face in Atlanta this year for the International Production & Processing Expo (IPPE), but JBT-Prime Equipment Group will be hosting a week of JBT Connect Webinars where we showcase new innovations and solutions for protein processors.
The week starts on January 25 at 3:00 PM EST with a New Machines & Innovations webinar where JBT-Prime Equipment will unveil a few surprises as we pull the covers off some new machines and solutions for chicken processors to kick off 2021!
MARS Tracking Solutions from JBT-Prime will feature in the Turkey webinar
“We’ll miss gathering in person with our friends in the Turkey Industry during IPPE Week, but Tipper Tie and Prime Equipment Group are teaming up to unveil new machinery and solutions specifically for the Turkey Industry,” says Prime Equipment Group’s Grant Parsons.
On the JBT-Prime Equipment Group side, the webinar will feature the latest news on equipment updates and solutions specifically for Turkey Suppliers, including an update on the innovative new Turkey Overhead Cut-Up Line and the new line of MARS Efficiency Tracking Solutions to help customers get the most out of their processing lines.
From Tipper-Tie, the webinar will be showcasing ways to increase productivity and lower costs with automated whole-bird solutions, including an all-new higher-throughput netting solutions for increased profits.
JBT has announced the new, free-of-charge JBTConnects Webinar Series for the food processing industry on a variety of wide-ranging topics, all with the idea that a more informed processor is a better processor. Taking place on December 3, TIPPER TIE will be hosting the latest in the series, targeted toward processors looking to increase productivity and efficiency when netting turkeys and hams.
With the festive season upon us once again, demand for sliced hams and frozen turkeys is bound to rise, but almost like never before – amid the ongoing pandemic – food processors are facing pressure on costs and unexpected employee absences.
The new TIPPER TIE TN3004 Netter presents companies with the means of improving automation of turkey and smoked ham netting, while at the same time keeping overall costs low. An upgrade on the existing auto netter, the TN3004 delivers significant production efficiency by reducing netting waste, lowering labor costs, and minimizing product handling.
Cost reduction For customers handling fresh and frozen turkeys or smoked hams, the TN3004 both maximizes automation, which reduces the need for manual labor, both contributing towards an overall cost reduction during the packaging process and making the process safer.
Traditional netted products like whole turkeys, spiral-sliced half hams, bone in turkey breasts, and quarter hams are ideal for the TN3004, while the system can also handle shellfish, mortadella and flower bulbs, among other products.
The JBT TIPPER TIE Increasing Productivity with Automated Netting of Turkeys and Hams webinar will take place on December 3 at 3 PM EST.
JBT is launching the first in a series of free webinars on November 12 with an informational session looking at how to efficiently track – and remove from the system when necessary – chicken paws during processing.
Especially valuable for customers exporting to China, where chicken paws fetch good prices as culinary staples, the webinar will provide information on what you need to know for efficient, regulatory-compliant chicken paw processing.
Under U.S. regulations, chicken carcasses must be inspected during processing, and those found deficient removed from the line – along with the paws. But since paws are usually separated from the bird prior to the inspection point, it’s crucial to effectively remove the correct paws. Proper paw rejection is not only key to improving processing across a facility, it can also open the door for paw exports to the China market.
The Chicken Paw Tracking Webinar will examine efficient and cost-effective tools from JBT Prime Equipment that can make this objective a reality, with the MARS Paw Tracking and Recovery System.
“If you are processing paws, or considering getting more money for chicken paws by exporting, you will want to see this webinar,” says JBT Prime Equipment Director of Marketing & Product Integration Grant Parsons. “More and more customers are looking to export paws to China, but in order to do that they have to be sure deficient paws are being rejected during processing. This system enables you to do just that, but also gives you the means of monitoring your line so you can improve its efficiency.”
The JBT-Prime Equipment Group Chicken Paw Tracking Webinar is set for November 12 at 3 p.m. Eastern.
From faux-meat veggie burgers to healthy snacking options, plant-based foods have very much stepped into the limelight over the last 12 months, with meat-replacement meals that aim to look, cook and taste like beef garnering reams of media coverage. High-Pressure Processing (HPP) systems from JBT that can extend the shelf-life and preserve the flavor of plant-based foods will be the subject of a free JBT webinar taking place on October 16.
Developed for customers in the Asia-Pacific region, the 30 minute, live HPP Plant-Based Food Trends webinar will deliver an overview of trends within the plant-based food sector, looking at how the phenomenon has spread across the food and beverage industry, and giving examples of success stories.
The webinar will also examine how HPP systems from JBT Avure can benefit plant-based foods by extending product shelf-life through the use of cold pasteurization technology. Attendees will get the chance to learn how the technology ensures food safety without the use of heat or preservatives, while maintaining fresh food characteristics such as flavor and nutritional value.
The JBT HPP Plant-Based Food Trends Webinar will take place on October 16 2020 at the following local times: