Snacking and prepared dishes

4 reasons to choose the Liftvrac to feed your weighers


Manual feeding, tank turners, cleated belt elevators, worm screws or vacuum systems and bucket elevator are the methods most usually used to feed weighers for the manufacturing of snacking and prepared dishes. However, Liftvrac offers a new alternative for the industrialists. Several big market players have already adopted the Liftvrac because of the numerous advantages. 



Lift easily any kind of product


The system developed by Liftvrac allows one single equipment to lift any kind of product : spices, herbs, tomato sauce, diced cheese and ham, seafood, vegetables, mashed potatoes ...

Products can be lifted hot, cold or frozen. There is no risk damaged during the lifting.

The Liftvrac is thus particularly adapted to the diversityof the ingredients which compose the prepared dishes. 

 Reduce raw material losses


All standard solutions generate raw material losses, in more or less important quantities depending on the system which is used and the nature of the product that has to be lifted. These losses could be stuck residue on the bottom of tanks or on the cleated belt...

The Liftvrac does not show that kind of disadvantage. The belt opens up at the end of the lifting stage and is scraped after each turn. Thanks to this inovating system there is almost no loss.

Increase productivity


Unlike tank turners, the Liftvrac allows to feed continuously the dispensing systems, which increases significantly the production rate.

The Liftvrac is also able to adapt to big outputs, even with sticky products. Thanks to it, the equipment does not need to be oversized as it is sometimes the case with the worm screws.

Simplify cleaning operations


If the Liftvrac is easier to clean than any other system, it is mainly because it gets less dirty. The scraper which is fixed on the device, allows to clean the belt of all the residues of raw material.

A  shell of draining (cylinder in polyurethane) can also be introduced into the belt forms in tube at the end of the production cycle to make sure that all raw material has been lifted to the scraper. This operation, associated with a water jet cleaning, allows to reduce production downtime between two productions. 

Finally, the dismantling of the machine as well as the complete cleaning of the belt has no technical difficulties and can be quickly realized by a single operator.

Besides, the fact that products cannot escape during the conveying and that the belt is scraped in every turn avoids that some raw material falls on the ground around the machine.