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Air Products will showcase its portfolio of simple-to-operate food-processing solutions designed to help meat processors maximise throughput at the AMI International Expo in Chicago on 13-16 April.

Air Products’ Freshline LIN-IS (liquid nitrogen injection solution), DM-tunnel freezer, and continuous sauce chiller are among the company’s latest equipment solutions designed to help meat processors improve productivity, increase product yield and lower costs while producing high-quality products.

The company offers the gases, equipment and technology to help meat processors succeed, as well as the industry experience and technical know-how to help them with many of their production challenges.

The Freshline LIN-IS liquid nitrogen injection solution can be retrofitted to new or existing mixers, grinders and blenders for fast, consistent and repeatable cooling.

The Freshline DM tunnel freezer is a flexible cryogenic freezing solution that allows manufacturers to process IQF (individually quick frozen) and flat or trayed products in a single machine.

The Freshline continuous sauce chiller uses the power of LIN to cool and chill many types of liquids and semi-liquids, such as sauces, gravies, marinades, broths, purees and mixed meal combinations.

Air Products will have food specialists on hand to explain the benefits of using cryogenics, help identify ways to get more value out of existing equipment and processes, and discuss Air Products’ full range of Freshline solutions for the meat industry.

In addition, the company will perform live liquid nitrogen (LIN) freezing demonstrations to illustrate the rapid freezing ability of liquid nitrogen.

Due to the extremely cold temperature of LIN, food can be frozen within minutes, instead of the hours traditionally required with other systems.

For meat processors, this faster freeze can not only improve productivity and increase product yield, but can also help ensure product moisture and quality are maintained longer through the formation of smaller ice crystals.

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