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Company Description:TREMARK SAS is a company dedicated in filling and seaming machines, specially adapted to fragile and difficult products. Our line filler is equipped with horizontal feeding screws and automatics dismantling system for an easy cleaning. Our focus: food safety and performance in terms of speed and precision. TREMARK SAS offer as well packaging equipment such as seaming machines with electronic cams. This is a real technological breakthrough: The electronic cams allow, all types of formats (rectangular or round cans) to be processed with the same head. Our Seamer also allows a full control from the keyboard and a quick tool changeover. the result: accuracy, reliability and total flexibility. Email : [email protected]
Categories:PACKAGING/PACKAGING EQUIPMENT, PROCESSING EQUIPMENT, Packaging Machinery, Canning Equipment, Processing Equipment
Location & Contact Information:
13 route de l'Innovation
SMART SEAMER with electronic cams
SMART SEAMER is an electronic cams seamer for irregular shaped cans and is synonomous with: Accuracy, quality, repeatability, flexibility. A single seaming head suits all existing formats.
TLD In Line Filler
Filler with horizontal feeding screws for difficult product like salads, shredded carrots, hard past. Improved safety, improved working environment, improved production, improved working conditions. Integrated Dismantling System (Patented) for easy cleaning of dosing valve and piston (option).
TUNA CANNING MACHINE
The main focus is forming of the slices, carried out by a single belt driven by servomotor. The belt forms a tube which is partially open on the upper part in order to load fish fillets. Therefore, no juice or particles are lost. The belt lips then close to form a tube with the diameter of the slices and compact the product. During translation the belt pushes the product in an aligned tube, cans being placed at the end of the line. Cans are fed on a horizontal conveyor fitted with a timing screw and a dog chain to introduce cans in the cells of an indexed wheel. The filled cans are discharged on a belt conveyor located beside the supply conveyor. Depending on the can format, output speeds up to 250 cans per minute are possible.