Germany’s Hansella equipment marks centenary with ProSweets confectionery machinery launch

Having just celebrated its centenary, German confectionery equipment brand Hansella, is set use the key ProSweets 2022 event in Cologne to release its latest longitudinal cutter designed for bar production, writes Neill Barston.

The company, based in Viersen, had been acquired by Robert Bosch in 1966, but earlier this year joined the Rotzinger Group, becoming part of a series of machinery firms offering solutions for sectors across sweets, gums, filling and capping, as well as cartoning lines.

As the business enthused, it will be making its debut appearance at ProSweets, where visitors can examine its latest equipment release on its stand, number F-010 at the event, which takes place between 30 January-2 February.

its WRL Flex slitter offers an adjustable cutting width. As a result, making such alterations can be done with minimal effort and without changing parts. Besides higher flexibility, this decreases production costs and contributes to faster return on investment (ROI).

 

The smooth slitter offers a flexible cutting width and allows for an easy and stepless adjustment for precise cutting to produce different bar sizes. Unlike other machines of its kind available in the market, the company’s WRL Flex enables repeatable cutting width changes without the change of the cutting knife shaft or the complete slitter.  This reportedly reduces set up times significantly and in addition, manufacturers benefit from a hygienic design and easy tool-less cleaning.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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