Food processing and packaging equipment supplier tna, along with its confectionery specialist NID, will showcase advanced solutions for confectionery industry at this year’s interpack event in Germany.
The event will take place from 4 to 10 May in Düsseldorf.
At the event, the solutions being exhibited include NID M3000 starch mogul technology, tna’s intelli-flavOMS 5 system and robagFX 3ci vertical form fill and seal system.
With feeder, starch buck, depositor and stacker, the NID M3000 is an automated solution that can process a multitude of single and multilayer starch-moulded products such as gums, jellies, marshmallows, fondant creams, liquorice and crusted liqueur, including striped and centre-in-shell products.
The intelli-flavOMS 5 system can be used in oiling and polishing of gummy applications, while tna robag FX 3ci vertical form fill and seal system for the high-speed bagging of a wide range of confectionery products
The gum-based confectionery manufacturers can use intelli-flavOMS 5 and its integrated mass flow controlled oil injection system to effectively carry out oiling/polishing processes.
Part of tna’s range of high performance packaging solutions, the tna robag FX 3ci vertical, form, fill and seal system will enable to bag high volumes of sweets.
tna supplies a range of products including materials handling, processing, cooling and freezing, coating, distribution, seasoning, weighing, packaging, inserting and labelling, metal detection and verification solutions.
NID produces equipment required for starch moulding, comprising of moguls, laboratory printer depositors, depositing pumps and accessories, starch conditioning systems.
NID CEO Mark Mueller said: “Our engineers have been extremely busy over the last few months to equip our flagship mogul with some exciting new features, including an automatic starch gate, a modular depositor frame and high speed turntable demoulding, offering manufactures some of the highest levels of speed and flexibility on the market.”
Image: The NID’s latest starch moulding technology. Photo: courtesy of TNA Australia Solutions Pty Ltd.