Food safety is the most important thing that everyone cares about. But during vegetable processing, cleaning is often accompanied by damage. How to achieve thorough cleaning while reducing damage is always a hot topic in the industry, according to sales manager Valencia Yu from Lueon Technologies.
Last year, Lueon Technologies, a leading manufacturer in China, launched their new Pulse Washer. The Pulse Washer has a variable controlled air injection system. “The quantity of air can be adjusted continuously, based on the type of product, to gain a stronger or softer turbulence in the washing water, enabling a thorough cleaning action without damaging the product. Furthermore, small stones, clay granules, and particles can be separated out and collected by the roller on top and the filter by side.”
“Normally, three connected Pulse Washers are enough for root vegetables like cucumber, onion, carrot, etc. For leafy vegetables, processors usually choose the two Pulse Washer plus two flume washers to ensure food safety,” Lueon’s sales manager explained. “We are developing rapidly these days and are now looking for distributors worldwide.”
Lueon’s processing lines and machines are operating in more than 210 plants to produce the fresh-cut lettuces and vegetables which are delivered and served daily to over 8,000 fast-food restaurants in China, namely: KFC, McDonald’s, Pizza Hut, Taco Bell, Dicos, ZKungfu, Hidilao (Hi Hotpot), etc.
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Lueon Technologies Co., Ltd.
Tel: +86 (0) 574 65606120