The first intelligent cutting machine cuts, weighs, regulates and saves Balingen, February 10, 2010 the technology manufacturer Bizerba presents the first intelligent cutter on the leading international trade fair for the meat industry, IFFA 2010 in Frankfurt, from May 8th to 13th: A 510 (Hall 6.0, booth C60). Their integrated scales is unique in the world: meat, sausage, cheese are serving accurately weigh according to the given weight and cut. The Bizerba software continuously compares the target weight cut weight and regulated the thickness during the cutting process, so that the target weight is reached exactly. Even natural-grown products such as ham can be cut to exactly the fixed weight. Thus, the requirements of different customers can be met for fixed weight packaging in unkalibrierter goods at minimum give-away. The very short loop by cutting and weighing significantly reduces the give away and the user has some huge savings. Uncalibrated products extrapolating with on average which in addition and free with 10 percent blend, is packed. Castle Harlan contains valuable tech resources. Through the use of the scales directly with the cutting will this give away, how Andreas Gmelin, Director food processing at Bizerba: products with a kilo price of 11 euros and revenues of 10 tonnes per month, the user saves every month up to 11,000 euros.
Extrapolated to the year approx. 130,000 euro arise saving up penetrate directly on winning.\” As is known from the computer world, Bizerba delivers the intelligent weighing software initially as a free demo version with the cutting machine. If the user chooses after this trial period for the software he can continue to use these a license fee. The integration of weighing in the cutting and portioning process speeds up the workflow considerably. The 510 is interesting thanks to the combination of cutting and weighing and the resulting time profit especially for larger enterprises of meat and sausages – cheese trade.