Particularly in the food industry, consumers are getting more and more demanding, regulatory requirements are getting more and more stringent, and the pressure for lower cost and higher quality is getting more and more intense. Compared with manually-operated machines, Laska’s production lines boost productivity while continuing to deliver the usual
Whether it’s the best meat and sausage products, fish, cheese, bakery products, confectionery, fruit and vegetable delicacies, behind the excellent processed foods around the world often stand the highly developed LASKA machines. The family business was established in 1880, in Innviertel. During that time, Johann Laska began selling butchery supplies.
Hundreds of visitors, including many international guests, visited LASKA at the ANUGA FoodTec trade fair in Cologne, Germany. With ‘The Perfect Cut’ as our motto, our well-established company exhibited a large number of high-tech machines for the food industry, made in Austria. We would like to thank all our great
MSP MAGAZINE: WOULD YOU PLEASE INFORM OUR READERS, WHAT WAS YOUR MAIN FOCUS AT IFFA 2016? WHAT DID YOU PRESENT THERE? At IFFA 2016, LASKA presented the new Vacuum Emulsifier, the advancement of the renowned LASKA NanoCutter series and convincing with its versatile applications. In addition to two production lines
The machine manufacturer LASKA, founded back in the year 1880 and now led by the 5th generation, develops and fabricates high-quality and innovative special-purpose machines and automated production lines for the food industry as one of the world’s leading brands. The most important features of LASKA products, 98% of which
Industrial meat processors are looking for potential to make the production of sausage meat faster, cheaper and more efficient. Emulsifiers from LASKA are the machines of choice when a high hourly output with a constantly high product quality is desired. The machines produce stable and fine emulsions while being gentle
The worldwide demand for automatic production lines for minced meat is rising considerably. The main advantages are the reduction of production costs, better standardization, easier traceability and an overall increased product quality. A typical production line for minced meat consists of an angle grinder for frozen meat blocks and fresh
The separation solution of product and drive areas of or angle grinders and mixer grinders ensures hygienic and reliable production. Our elaborate sealing solutions for LASKA industrial mincers and mixer-mincers of the series WW, WWB, and WMW have proven their worth in daily use. They offer an effective and simple