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FRITSCH presents new multi-purpose filling unit

(PresseBox) (Markt Einersheim, ) Interpack 2008 will open its doors to the baking public on the 24th of April in Düsseldorf, Germany this year, and FRITSCH will be on hand to present the bakery systems maker's latest innovative inroads in the world of comprehensive baking systems. Following upon last year's attraction, the "dancing pretzel twister", the center of attention this season will be the new multi-purpose filling unit that FRITSCH will be presenting in action at the company's booth 29 in hall 3. The filling device is an ideal addition to high-performance processing plants for, above all, filled croissants and pastry products of virtually all kinds. It can handle fillings of the smooth and flowable variety, as well as all kinds of chunky fillings (i.e. cheese, ham, sauerkraut and meat)

that can be applied continuously or as point strips with a maximum of 12 rows. And since each row is controlled by a separate motor, the filling can be applied individually for each row. As always, FRITSCH has sought to satisfy here as well the highest standards of cleanliness: the filling unit has been designed to be totally free of cracks, creases and troughs that would require frequent and involved cleaning operations, and all the filling guns - like the whole filling unit - can be taken apart without special tools for quick and easy cleaning. The filling unit is controlled quite simply by determining the amount of filling. Intelligent controls then see to it that the filling is only then applied when a dough sheet is connected. Arm in arm with the developers of the new multi-purpose filling unit at the Interpack this year will be the FRITSCH sales and service teams to answer any of the questions customers and other interested parties may have.

INTERPACK 2008: Halle 3, D 29