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General description

An automatic system for packaging of food portions.
An advantageous solution contract time.

The Edy-Tech machine is made entirely from aluminium and stainless steel, in accordance with the most recent regulations related to handling of food products.

Our customers expect more and more from our skills in developing and creating automation and we have always chosen the
"Customer's point of view" for whom the most important aspect is profitability, in order to contrast competition and to remain competitive on the market.

Therefore the Edy-Tech machine was born to prepare canteen portions, a machine consisting of a range of elements that together work with very short cycle times, guaranteeing an excellent level of sealing that is practical to handle and to transport. All the operator has to do is put the container on the ingoing belt. In reality closing, labelling and storage of the containers are all completely automatic processes.

Main characteristics

  • Built according to modern technologies, it is extremely versatile, silent and easy to transport: it can work on an on-going basis and with extremely little maintenance.
  • A welding system without a mould.
  • Rapid change of the format and at a low cost.
  • Electronic speed regulation.
  • Digital regulation of the welding temperature.
  • Electrical supply 220 V (1000 W) single phase,
  • Upon request it can be supplied with a three-phase power supply.
  • Compressed air supply 50 litres per minute.
  • Despatched assembled and inspected, it does not require any installation

Kits available:

  • A rotating warehouse of the dishes already prepared (sizes available upon request).
  • Automatic labelling of the packages, with the possibility of choosing the type of printer (printing of the company logo, date of packaging, weight etc...).
  • Automatic weighing of the product.
  • Integrated air compressor.


Encumber measures:

- Length: 2,5 mt
- Width: 1,7 mt

- Weight: 250 Kg

Ultimo aggiornamento feb 06 2008

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