Russell Finex displayed their innovative range of sieving and filtration equipment at international fair trade for food processing technologies.
The 2016 edition of POLAGRA-TECH International Trade Fair of Food Processing Technologies took place in Poznan, Poland, and was once again a great success. The exhibition, already a well-known brand in the food industry, provided a meeting place for visitors and exhibitors from various industries including food processing, bakery and confectionery to come together and discover the latest trends and advantages in the industry.
At Stand 10 in Pavilion 4, visitors were able to view live demonstrations of high performance food processing separation equipment supplied by Russell Finex including the Russell Compact Sieve®, the Self-Cleaning Russell Eco Filter® and the Finex Separator™. With professional engineers on hand visitors were able to discover technologies to help improve productivity and quality while reducing costs.
The exhibition provided a great platform for Russell Finex to network with potential customers, as well as strengthen existing relationships. The following high quality equipment was displayed at the stand:
The Russell Compact Sieve®, an industrial vibrating screener that removes oversized contamination from all kinds of powders and liquids.
The Self-Cleaning Russell Eco Filter®, an industrial filter that is ideal for removing oversize materials from liquid products whilst total enclosed. The machine reduces dumping costs / production costs as there are no frequent stoppages.
The Finex Separator™, a vibratory round separator to improve product quality by removing oversized materials. The unit also increases productivity thanks to a higher throughput per unit mesh area and gives greater accuracy with full material flow on all 4 mesh screens.
Russell Finex will be exhibiting at POLAGRA-TECH 2017 from 2 - 5 October in Poznan, Poland. Find out more about Russell Finex’s range of separation and filtration equipment for the food processing industry or contact us today.