Machines for the food processing industry
Düsseldorf . Deutschland
Industrial Potato Peeling Factory“.
Location Western Europe -
which start with the peeling of potatoes, or possibly with
other tubers and root vegetables, can do this, in order to
get a foothold on the market and at a fair price, by using a
DORNOW high-quality batch peeler. This can be a carborundum
peeling machine (abrasion technique) or a blade peeling
machine. By the way, this machine does not require any
automation. The place of production can, in the beginning,
also be equipped in a simple (but more personnel-intensive)
such a solution requires more staff than it is the case with
a more expensive, but efficiently constructed peeling
user of such a batch peeler within a simple machinery
surrounding field will be well advised to boost his turnover by more advertising for his product in order to purchase
after that an economically reasonable system.
a medium-sized or bigger peeling system in Western Europe
cannot work profitably, in the long run, unless it contains
certain machines, features and all economically and
technically efficient possibilities:
1. A high-quality roller
peeler working without waste water, if possible provided
with micro fine-grain
automatically working SBS peeling plant, also provided with micro fine-grain facility and operated without waste water,
a modern multi-disc peeling machine MMS. Here,
our programme offers a blade and a carborundum machine model
in three different sizes.
The possibility of a second
and third peeling process,
A machine for
halving and quartering potatoes (where divided potatoes
and packing station working, if possible, automatically
for the above-listed 6 points:
The new micro fine finish peeling provides for a surface of
the peeled potatoes which is so smooth that in many cases
blade peeling can be dispensed with (investment saving).
The efficiently constructed DORNOW roller peeling machines
and the DORNOW SBS peeling plants do not produce, not even
in case of second and third re-peeling, an inefficient,
one-sided flat peeling (which is the case with many
peelers with rotating peeling discs). -The peeled tubers
will largely keep their natural form. Oval tubers will also
be peeled at their „short ends“, where there are
normally the eyes. Thus, these eyes are largely removed,
with flat peeling being avoided.
Unsorted goods, e. g. from 35 mm or bigger can be peeled,
but also the sorting size 28 - 35 mm.
cannot be realised, in Western Europe, by merely using
conventional circular batch peeling machines for big
canteens with medium or higher peeling rates per hour.
and very small factories should try and realize - by means
of advertisements in newspapers, direct mailings etc. - an
increase in their turnover in order to purchase then a
highly sophisticated and economically efficient equipment.
for example, exclusively with inadequate machinery will
result, sooner or later, on account of the high labour costs
and other unnecessary costs, in giving up peeling activities.
above described is not applicable to countries where potato
processing is not yet as developed as in Western Europe.
remarks regarding the firms DORNOW food technology GmbH and
DR KARL DORNOW & SOHN GmbH & Co. KG, both domiciled
more than 25 years ago we started to realize our own designs.
Then we built and supplied the first roller peeling machines
20 years ago we developped the first dividing machines for
peeled potatoes (quartering and halving). Today we are
supplying these machines in well-proved designs.
15 years ago we designed and marketed the first roller
peeling machines all over the world to be operated without
5 years ago we invented and marketed the first blade peeling
machines, which can be operated without waste water. There
were no such machines before all over the world.
paper contains non-committal notes. We do not lay claim to
completeness. Alterations reserved.
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Dornow food technology GmbH,
D-40549 Düsseldorf - Germany, USt-Id.-Nr. DE119264470