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KSL PC is a weight control automatic horizontal slicer capable of dynamically adjusting slice thickness through blade separation to obtain equal weight slices. This is achieved by an innovative dynamic control logic that determines individual slice weights adding up to reach the desired target, while optimizing the use of the incoming portions, thus minimizing both waste and give away.
Our highly automated, high yield system processes the input data (weight, volume and position of the meat portion) and calculates the cutting parameters (blade spacing) for the slicing blades module, allowing for slices of equal weight with a precision of approximately + 3g.
The KSL PC is able to process product at a speed up to 500mm/s, meaning up to 90 chicken breasts/min or 360 slices/min. This guarantees high productivity, minimum giveaway (less than 2%) and a quick and easy return on our customers’ investment.
The new KSL PC reflects Grasselli’s pursue for innovation and complete automation, as a way not only to reduce labor costs but also to increase food safety and traceability and to significantly reduce risk of contamination and product damage by avoiding high exposure to manual handling.
Grasselli’s KSL PC guarantees minimum handling by the operator, thus reducing risk of contamination and product damage by avoiding exposure to bacteria.
Flexibility to suit every processing need
Our KSL PC is developed to match our customers’ processing requirements, allowing the customer to select among different slicing functionalities.
The KSL PC allows to exclude the product not coherent with the selected recipe before the slicing process in order to better value them in alternative processes/recipes.
Automatic Fine-Tuning to minimize give away
KSL PC has the option to integrate with the end-of-line data flow to automatically fine tune the system’s weight settings in order to minimize the overall give away.