With approximately 2.700 exhibitors from 59 countries all over the world Interpack is the world‘s leading trade show for processes and packaging.
Heinen Freezing is exhibiting in hall 3 Stand No. F09. On the booth the company shows its spiral system arctic. for cooling and freezing of deep frozen food.
We recommend to visit the booth to get an impression on the design, execution and quality of a real Heinen system, which is manufactured for a special customer. The exhibit with a stainless steel belt is not produced for the show only, directly after the Interpack the machine is supplied to the customer’s site for putting into operation.
Basically all Heinen spiral systems are of robust design for industrial multi-shift applications. Among others to use high-quality machine components and a minimum of moving parts inside the system care for the highest degree of reliability.
In focus: hygiene
To assure flawless hygiene conditions the wall and ceiling panels of the insulating enclosure are lined with stainless steel. Optionally equipped with a facile belt cleaning unit with a pump for increasing pressure generating foam, the system can be upgraded with an extended cleaning system that cleans the entire interior in addition to the belt and the conveyor.
In permanent operation: defrosting solutions
At the end of a production process or shift the defrosting procedure can be carried out manually, using hot gas or electrical heating mediums. Heinen has developed a special snow-blow off system that can extend the production time before defrosting is necessary. In case of using the continuously working sequential defrosting operation times of 144h without interruption are possible.
In economy mode: energySAV®.
Via energySAV® – modules the main energy consumers can be controlled according to demand. Controlling depends on the actual heat load in the system. Apart from reducing the energy consumption of the ventilators, the function of refrigeration-demand-control also reduces the highly energy-consuming switching-on and switching-off processes of the refrigeration supply.