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Interfood adds Fessmann to its cooking menu

21 September 2011

Interfood Technology has added German company Fessmann to the list of manufacturers for which it acts as the sole distributor in the UK and Ireland

Interfood is a company specialising in food technology processing equipment and ingredients from Thame in England and Carrrick-On-Suir in Ireland – and is already well established as the single source in both countries for some of the world’s leading manufacturers in the fields of cooking, cooling, smoking, roasting, forming, pressing and pasteurisation technology.

Fessmann, the latest addition to its extensive dealership, produces systems for cooking, roasting, smoking and baking, for maturing, cooling and conditioning. The company holds a leading position in the international market and is known for its consistent products with low operational costs, short processing times and integrated CIP (fully automatic Cleaning-in-Place systems).

It manufactures batch, semi-continuous and continuous systems as well as the RATIO smoking systems, woodchip, friction and liquid smoke systems and has its own research and development departments in order to optimise process technology procedures.

Fessmann’s patented smoke system gives real control of the smoke density for individual adaptation, uniform quality of the entire batch and reproducible results. Thanks to their modular construction, many well-considered details and a choice between stand-alone or central units, the systems adapt flexibly to suit customer’s exact requirements.

The systems also offer good economies due to minimum weight-loss. The equipment is durable, constructed from quality material, energy-efficient thanks to superior insulation and can be future-proofed thanks to possible alternative heating methods (electricity, high pressure steam, gas, thermo oil or oil).

Fessmann’s Autovent cooking system uses the natural dynamics of the low-pressure steam for air circulation and converts it into air speed and heat energy. It operates without any circulation fan and has a maintenance-free operation. This makes the system very inexpensive to operate. It shortens production times by roughly 10 per cent, saves energy thanks to the omission of air circulating fans and therefore lowers costs.


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