Improve quality, reduce costs, increase yield, control colour and benefit from new product opportunities.
Our Elea PEF Advantage Belt systems improve product quality and yield whilst reducing processing costs. Raw materials treated with Pulsed Electric Field (PEF) are easier to cut or slice and show less breakage. PEF application allows to shorten frying time and temperature and reduces undesired quality changes.
In a live demonstration with our PEF Advantage B 1 system, which is specially designed for standard chip production lines with a capacity between 1 and 6 t/h, we will show you the real PEF effect.
Our Managing Director Stefan Töpfl and our Scientific Engineer Kevin Hill will guide you through the whole session and will discuss process benefits first hand. After a live tasting with our audience at home, we will hold a Q&A session allowing to address any open questions.
Kevin graduated with a master’s degree in food technology in 2018 and has been working at Elea as a food engineer ever since. As part of the research and development department, he is responsible for snack applications such as french fries and chips.
Stefan is a food engineer with a focus on process and equipment design, process efficiency and targeted energy use in the food industry. He headed the Business Unit Process Technologies at the German Institute of Food Technologies (DIL). With a team of scientists, they have developed processing technologies for the food industry and equipment manufacturers, including Pulsed Electric Field systems. Since 2017 Stefan is Managing Director at Elea GmbH.
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