The award recognised the company’s DCS 1000 processed cheese machine, which has is designed for uninterrupted production of individually wrapped slices (IWS) with an output of 1,000 slices per minute.
A redesigned forming group, now with an integrated cooling system, provides full control of the product at any given speed. This results in an excellent distribution of the cheese mass and a perfect and precise slice shape even at the lowest slice weight of 13 grams (lowest available on the market).
The forming group also allows for a broad span of recipes – from reduced dry matter to non-dairy ingredients – giving manufacturers the flexibility to quickly adjust to changing market demands.
Capable of handling and supporting 1,000 slices per minute across three conveyors, the improved construction ensures accurate alignment of each slice and efficient transportation to the stacking device.
The redesigned DCS 1000 is also equipped with a motorised three stack descent device, which ensures that each slice lands in the same position, forming an accurate, vertically stacked profile.
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