The machine manufacturer LASKA, founded back in the year 1880 and now led by the 5th generation, develops and fabricates high-quality and innovative special-purpose machines and automated production lines for the food industry as one of the world’s leading brands.

The most important features of LASKA products, 98% of which are exported to more than 140 countries, are functionality, robustness, reliability and data processing.

LASKA is now to present its comprehensive machinery programme together with an enormous range of new and further developed products at IFFA 2016, which will be held from May 7th to 12th 2016 in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. The exhibits will be presented to international customers in hall 8.0 – stand G 32.

The latest remarkable product range development concerns the expansion of the innovative “Emulsifier NanoCutter” series. The LASKA Vacuum Emulsifier will be presented to the public for the first time at IFFA. The Vacuum Emulsifier also uses the patented and award winning cutting system first introduced with the successful NanoCutter series.

A further important new development step is the presentation of the two speed phase universal mincer Super Grinder WWB 300-2. The WWB 300-2 brings remarkable improved performance both for handling deep frozen meat blocks at temperatures down to – 25 degrees Celsius and also for processing fresh meat. This makes it an absolutely essential do-everything heavy-duty worker for every production line where enormous throughputs need to be dealt with.

Improvements to the tried-and-tested “LASKA SuperCutter PLUS” series introducing new operating elements, to make working with this application easier and more ergonomic, will also be on show at IFFA without fail this year. This further development of the LASKA SuperCutter has been improved with an even better cutting effectiveness plus the easiest operation and machine maintenance. The LASKA SuperCutter PLUS range comprises all industrial cutters from 200l to 750l.

The new award winning automatic Filling Station for E2 boxes will also be presented at IFFA for the first time. This new construction is used to take minced material via a conveyor belt directly into the hopper of the machine. The minced meat is then filled automatically into evenly sized E2 boxes and transported onwards. The big advantages this automation stride assures for the line operator are perfectly obvious.

LASKA is continuing the innovative thrust it has been pursuing over many years with the continued development of sophisticated automated production lines, which will again be on show at IFFA 2016. The top issues here are resources saving through automation with two production lines that cut resource consumption, save energy and assure an optimal production process. A fine emulsion line and a minced meat production line will be in show operation for visitors.