SHEET PRODUCTS

FoodTools sheet product portioning machines have perfected the science of straight slices, crisp corners, and uniform pieces in a repeatable automatic cutting process. No matter who is operating the machine the finished products will always end up looking the same. Whether you’re currently slicing by hand, wasting product due to inconsistent portions, or need to remove a bottleneck in your production line, FoodTools offers a full line of sheet cutting machines for any size of food production facility 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, brownies, bars, or other sheet products are firm, chilled, or frozen. Custom blades can be designed to cut products inside a box or pan.

Mechanical blade sets include multiple stainless steel blades assembled to cut both the x and y axis in the same cutting stroke. Blade sets reduce the cycle time by reducing the number of strokes per sheet, but not all products can be cut with a blade set.

Ultrasonic portioning machines (RSP 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.

The RPS line of machines use a robotic arm to cut products with an ultrasonic blade. Robotic technology makes the machine more versatile, cutting a wide range of shapes and sizes and is ideal for bakeries needing to maximize product flexibility.

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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.