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REM Equipment offers application solutions for the meat and poultry processing industry. Our vacuum pumps, regenerative blowers, and air knife systems can help with all stages of meat and poultry processing and packaging. Whether it’s forming, labeling, or drying - our custom machines will help increase efficiency and maintain high-quality sanitary standards that are crucial for the food industry.
Vacuum pumps are used to open various containers before they are filled or packaged with meat, poultry, and other food products.
These unique machines are used in conjunction with vacuum pumps to streamline production.
Vacuum pumps are often used in the forming of food packaging. The plastic sheet is placed on a mold, to which the vacuum pulls the plastic, providing a seamless and uniform shape. The evacuation of air ensures a smooth end product and protection of the food from contaminants.
Modified Atmosphere Packaging
The MAP environment slows down the aging process to reduce spoiling and extends shelf life without added preservatives. Vacuum pumps are used to evacuate the gases surrounding the food.
Vacuum pumps allow for rapid and accurate labeling during the food packaging process. Air knives are used to remove liquid, dust, and debris from products using a high-velocity air stream.
Pick & Place
The pick and place process is ideal for moving and transporting items. Vacuum pumps provide suction for this important part of the production process.
This process allows for items to be transported with virtually no contamination. A wide array of items can be pneumatically conveyed including packaging for meat, feed for animals, or wet materials.
Vacuum Chamber Drying
Vacuum chamber drying is an ideal process for food that can otherwise be ruined by high temperatures. It is less harsh and saves energy compared to regular drying methods. These machines have gas and evacuation processes to improve shelf life and thus the quality of the meat.
Vacuum pumps are an integral part of vacuum tumbler/massager machines to provide an even coating of marinade seasoning.