Hundred Machinery Is Proficient In Burger patty Market
Not Just Europe And America, Hamburger Steak Is Also Popular In In Asia.
“Burger patty”/”Hamburger steak” was originally a popular food among German workers, and was later named after the German industrial town “Hamburg”. In Germany, “Salisbury steak” is referred to hamburger steaks and beef patties. Made of a mixture of ground beef and pork, these patties are sandwiched in breads or served as steaks. Later, this cuisine had spread to the United States and Japan, becoming indispensable to the Japanese. Hamburger steaks are loved by children. They are served in school lunches and prepared at home. In Taiwan, hamburger steak also become a common choice for American or Japanese foods. In order to boost sales, many burger patty manufacturers have also begun to make changes in the filling and appearance.
The Perfect Balance Of Cheese And Hamburger Steak
Juicy meat wrapped up creamy cheese, hamburger steak has evolved to impress picky palates. The HM-588 is efficient and easy to operate. You can adjust the product weight, shape and ratio of filling to create the best formulation. Whether it is a patty or a ball, automated machinery can standardize mass production and ensure that each product is in the best proportion. Cost-effective and time-saving, Automatic hamburger steak machine not only ease your labor cost but also enhance the quality of your hamburger steaks. The special extruding system of HM-588, can reduce the impact of extrusion to the raw materials, and retain the texture and taste of the food.
Planning An Automated Production Line For Burger Patty
The greatest concern about meat production is hygiene. HM-588 is easy to disassemble for cleaning. It can be cleaned quickly after production, giving you the cleanest production environment. HM-203 automatic aligning machine can automatically align and place the products according to the setting without contacting the food. Saving manpower, improving efficiency, and increasing production capacity, food production automation can minimize contact with food and maintain food safety and sanitation.