ROUND PRODUCTS

FoodTools round product portioning machines automate the cutting process and improve accuracy by removing human error from the production line. Add consistency by using a repeatable mechanical process and grow revenue by reducing waste and creating a more professionally presentable product. Whether you’re slicing cakes or pies by hand, or currently using a portioning machine that is the bottleneck in your production line, FoodTools offers a full suite of equipment solutions for any size bakery with room to grow.

PORTIONING TECHNOLOGIES

Mechanical portioning machines (CS and ACCUSLICE™ Series) use a single stainless steel blade that slices best when the cake, pie, or round product is firm, chilled, or frozen. Divider Inserts can be used with products that leave residue on the blade to improve cut quality.

Ultrasonic portioning machines (RPS and ACCUSONIC™ Series) use an ultrasonic system to vibrate a finely tuned titanium blade at 20,000 Hz to keep products from sticking to the blade, allowing the machine to slice more delicate, fresh, ambient, and sticky products. Some fresh round product portioning machines combine ultrasonic technologies with placing Divider Inserts between each slice.

The BT-1 fresh product slicer uses a single wire to cut cakes, cheese, and other round products. This table top economical solution is used to cut fresh or ambient cakes and is best for a retail bakery or small batch fresh product production facility.

FoodTools Divider Inserts, paper dividers placed between each slice, improve the cut quality, reduce product buildup on the blade, extend product freshness by sealing each portion before being served, and enhance the professional presentation of the finished product.

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FoodTools machines are engineered and designed to meet and exceed the industry standards set by BISSC, CE, and other various food safety and sanitation organizations. The equipment is manufactured and assembled in the United States of America and is installed in food production facilities around the world.