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This bag slitter eliminates dust and reduces waste


The MINILux (photo) is an automated food-grade bag slitter constructed to U.S. Food and Drug Admin. (FDA) standards with self-contained dust collection and recovery. The MINILux is said to recover 1.5–2% more product at a rate 1.8 to 2 times faster than a single bag-dump station. Facilitating a healthy, safe and hygienic working environment by recovering both airborne and trailing product, it also reduces waste and boosts profits. Capable of opening up to six 25-kg bags per minute, the MINILux combines conveying, slitting, emptying, integral dust filtering and empty bag compaction in one system. It features multiple clean-out access points for easy cleanability to ensure allergens and pathogens do not enter the food chain. — Luxme International Ltd., Brossard, Que., Canada


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