Gain Control of Your Production with ProCon
Processing flowlines from Marel operate in processing plants of all sizes, all over the world. Now Marel introduces ProCon â€“ the latest member of the Marel family of fish processing flowlines.
The ProCon Flowline is simple, yet innovative. It utilizes RFID technology to track all product on the line and monitor performance. With real-time feedback, dashboards display data on individual operator performance, enabling production managers to greatly improve overall yield, throughput, and quality.
The basic principal of a Marel flowline is to replace traditional manual table processing, where the raw material is constantly being stacked and stored and then manually transported between processes. Marelâ€™s flowlines enable a continuous flow of the raw material to and from the operators.
The ProCon Flowline is a simple concept that conveys product in baskets to and from the line, allowing for a high volume of product to be conveyed to and from the work stations.
Increase worker produtivity
This involves far less handling and significantly decreases processing time compared to a manual table system. Handling all raw materials in a continuous flow considerably increases capacity and helps increase worker productivity.
Thanks to its versatile design, the ProCon Flowline is suitable for trimming various types of fillets as well as for hand filleting whole fish. The economic flowline also has low maintenance costs that ensure a fast return on investment.
The ProCon Flowline has data integration directly to Innova Filleting and Trimming â€“ a simple and costeffective solution that empowers processors to improve performance by gaining total control over yield, throughput and labor efficiency throughout the filleting and trimming process.
Seafood Expo in Boston 16. - 18. March
Live demonstrations of the ProCon Flowline and many other applications will be held at Marelâ€™s stand (#865) at the Seafood Expo in Boston, 16-18 March. Marel specialists will be at hand throughout the exhibition to provide information and advice on the companyâ€™s equipment for processing salmon and whitefish, including farmed whitefish species such as tilapia and pangasius.
WorldFishingToday - 13-03-2014