Cost effective injecting contributes to the bottom line

Identifying equipment which can help to further automate food processing has never been more important. Whether large or small, processors are discovering new ways to improve
productivity which fit hand-in-hand with their traditional methods. In terms of profitability, a quick return on investment (ROI) remains one of the most important factors in the decision-
making process and in Henneken injectors there is a cost-effective option which can make a significant contribution.
The Henneken range is available in the UK and Ireland from Interfood Technology. The injectors are offered in widths from 350mm to 650mm with numerous configurations to
optimise pressure, speed and temperature. The injectors can be used with all bone-in and boneless primals for pork, bacon, beef, lamb, chicken and fish applications . The comprehensive range ensures there is an option to suit all customers, from retail butchers right through to medium and large-scale processing operations.
James Radcliffe is Divisional Manager of Interfood Systems. He comments – “Henneken is a German company with extensive experience in food machinery engineering and continues to build on an impressive track-record in research and development. The build quality for which the company is renowned with its tumbler business has been carried through to the
injectors but at a very competitive price-point.”
The range offers accurate and consistent results to guarantee product quality, ensuring the brine is evenly distributed throughout the product. The injectors are also characterised by

their efficient and effective brine filtration system, with a brine agitation feature for heavy ingredients and full control of the brine temperature. This latter capability is particularly

important to achieve industry best practice for meat processing and all machines now have a facility to capture and store live data on a daily basis to provide full traceability.
All injectors within the range are fully compliant with the latest UK PUWER (Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations) requirements.
Radcliffe concludes – “control at all stages is paramount in achieving a consistent product. Henneken recognise this with all their machines but especially with the injector range. Many
injectors are used in isolation, particularly in smaller enterprises, but the range can also be easily integrated into larger volume existing lines.”

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