Being a machine building company that strives for continuous improvement, Tummers Food Processing Solutions recently took a closer look at their sorting processes...
At the end of the first phase of Tummers Food Processing Solutions’ (FPS) new building project, the Expedition and Engineering Departments were transformed into a modern Engineering Department with all the necessary conveniences. After we moved our Research and Development Department to here, space also became free for our new Tummers Support Group!
For Tummers Food Processing Solutions, the 20th edition of INTERPOM was accompanied by many uncertainties. However, as we consider personal customer contact very important, we still decided to join with a smaller team than usual. Just like the rest of the exhibitors, we did not know what to expect beforehand. Eventually the spectators turned out to visit our stand in numbers, so we are full of praise about our participation!
From the 28th to the 30th of November, visitors of the potato trade show INTERPOM can marvel themselves at stand 184. Over here, the international machine building company Tummers Food Processing Solutions exhibits with a completely new stand and two of their most recent developments!
The Tummers Fin Aligner ensures that potatoes enter the cutting block perfectly centred. This development distinguishes itself from comparable products by its innovative design. Developed years ago, this alignment system now has its place in all of our own cutting lines and can also be integrated within any existing line.
Many Tummers products are unique to the food processing sector and show exactly what we stand for: enabling our customers to process as safely, quickly and sustainably as possible. The blog series “Tummers Exclusives” this time paints the story behind our patented ZicZac Brusher, which is a sustainable solution for an excellent peeling result.
The construction works during the first phase of the Tummers new building project are progressing steadily. This third construction update describes which activities have taken place at our new workshop recently and what the planning for the period coming up looks like.
The results of a Tummers washing line at a Danish starch factory are right to be called astonishing! Between September and December last year, this process line consisting of four of our biggest washing installations ran 10 hours a day, washing a mind-blowing 700,000 tonnes of potatoes. Also, the expected yield of 130,000 tonnes of starch per season was easily exceeded by an astonishing 174,000 tonnes. A result to be proud of!
The construction works during the first phase of the Tummers new building project are progressing steadily. This second construction update describes which activities have taken place recently and what the planning for the period coming up looks like.