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Kanchan Metals launches variety of auto snacks food processing machines
Thursday, 24 September, 2020, 08 : 00 AM [IST]
Our Bureau, New Delhi
Kanchan Metals Private Limited recently launched a varied number of snack machines with an aim of providing global technology with local support. They have launched automatic bhujia/sev production line, automatic moong dal processing line, mixture line, extruded snack frying line, sabudana frying line, corn cooking and steeping line and bucket elevator system.

The bhujia/sev machine is a fully automatic line for producing ethnic Indian wet dough based snacks from 500kg/hr onwards, whereas the automatic moong dal processing line would take 500kg/hr onwards upto 3,000kg/hr. The mixture line machine which is a fully automatic line for weighing and blending of traditional Indian snack mixtures can take 500kg/hr onwards.

Raghav Gupta, director, Kanchan Metals, said, “We are delighted to continue developing equipment that can help automate ethnic products for India which is the world's sixth-largest food industry. With our consistent efforts and support from our Global OEMs we aim to interface the most advanced technology for food production with locally manufactured auxiliary equipment to help bring down the cost of the machinery and widen its reach to the Indian food producers. Kanchan Metals is known for its reliability and strong after sales service and hope to strengthen this image with these equipment as well.”

Owing to a strong research and development team and close connection with leading snack producers in India they have been able to develop these machines with real-time end-user feedback which was crucial in design and execution.

Spurred by the government's initiative to make in India they are constantly innovating and developing new machines such as weight controlled seasoning system to ensure accurate coverage on snacks and improved efficiency in controlling seasoning losses.

The automatic random extruded snack lines which are built as an interface with extruders from American Extrusion International USA, deliver consistent results for production of random fried extruded snacks which are unmatched in texture. These lines are designed for continuous production runs.
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