Cabinplant International is world leading within turnkey process equipment for the food industry and focus areas on fish, shellfish, vegetables, berries and convenience foods.
At the Seafood Procesing Global fair in Brussels, Belgium, the company presented their 2nd generation MULTI BATCHER with a new design and improved weighing software that significantly reduces the give-away compared to any other conventional weighing machines on the market. The principle of combinatorial weighing known from Cabinplant’s successful multihead weighing machines results in higher accuracy. The multi batcher is ideal for the handling of bigger batches (mackerel, herring, chicken, pork and beef) of up to 10 kg or more.
Once again Brahe design assisted Cabinplant in designing this MULTI BATCHER leaving an appearance of the machine that reflects the quality of the function and product itself.
Brahe design has supported Cabinplant for over a decade with industrial design during development of machinery such as this Multi Batcher and the Robot Trimming and Packing Line.
This ROBOT TRIMMING AND PACKING LINE is designed by Brahe design
After the internal functional test came out successfully, Brahe design did the ideation for a self supporting cabinet, final design proposal, ending up with a short videoanimation og the machine.
All of the processing steps are performed in the pick-and-place operation during which a robot transfers individual products from a feeding conveyor into the package.
The robot trimming and packing line was awarded the danish Product Prize 2011
Marel (KJ Industries) is the world’s leading supplier of turn-key solutions for cutting, deboning, classification, packing, palletizing, transport and storage- and IT-systems for the International meat processing industry.
Brahe design has supported the company for more than a decade with the design of a series of successful machine solutions. The processing equipment has become recognized all over the world for their clarified user-friendliness and design.
The foil wrapping machine (left) has become one of their best selling products, and our design input certainly lifted the old foil wrapper (far left) into a new age that set standard for the company’s food processing equipment.
The Loin Puller enables automatically a loin to be left with exactly the requested fat thickness, no matter the varying anatomy of different pigs. The derinding capacity is 1.000 loins per hour. It only needs air and electricity supply whem installing.
The design of the Loin Puller makes it easy to overlook and clean, and naturally comply with the highest level of HACCP standards. A touch panel makes operating and adjusting the Loin Puller very easy.
The slat conveyor is speedy and easy to maintain, thus reducing downtime and maintenance. Easy-to-clean surfaces and FDA approved slat belts make the conveyor a hygienically excellent solution.
KROMA is an internationally oriented company. With roots in Denmark it operates globally with solutions for even the most local fish species in both fresh water and salt water
At the Seafood Processing Global Fair 2014 in Bruxelles, Kroma presented this new GUTMASTER FLEX S which is the smallest in a new series of gutting machines from Kroma.
Once again Brahe design supported Kroma in bringing about a new design for the series of gutting machines, leaving a visual appearance that reflects the quality of the function and the machine itself.
The entire series is characterized by being able to change easily from one species to another once the machine is programmed with the anatomy of each species of fish.
The visual appearance of the GUTMASTER 1200, for trout, mackerel, seabass, seabream, tilapia and other species has been a design guideline implemented in other of Kroma’s gutting machines for a decade.
Brahe design supported the company in bringing about this design for their gutting machines.
The machine is designed with a focus on high capacity and is very easy to operate.
GEA (CFS Wolfking) was among the first European producers of food processing equipment who decided to integrate industrial design into their product developments.
Brahe Design has assisted the company for ten years with the design of a large number of machines for emulsification and meat grinding.
The equipment enclude the meat grinder and emulsifier which became trendsetting for the company’s future developments.
Food Processing Equipment