Spray Dosing System - the original from 2014.

Added Safety and Food Stability are fundamental to reduce waste and to keep products safe for consumption.

Smoking was probably one of the first solutions to preserve food more than 10.000 years ago. Today we take this special application for granted and most likely utilize it for the benefits of colour and flavour. We have forgotten the reason why early humans started with this process in the first place.


There are 5 different main ways to distribute a liquid in this application:    

Spray dosing - During slicing of products or when surface area is large.

Direct dosing - In a secondary packaging like vacuum-bag, skin pac, (thermo formers, HFFS).

Indirect dosing - Apply onto transport belt, sausage loaders, etc.

Atomization - A dry process for large areas like a whole room such as a slaughter line.

Direct addition - As a standard ingredient (in brines, marinades or seasonings). 


We offer 4 different types of applications systems depending on how your process looks like.

SDS-1 to be integrated with the packing machine (thermo formers, etc). For dosing directly inside the package.

Each dose is volumetrically measured and evaluated before confirming with downstream equipment. A typical product would be hot-dogs with 60+ days.

SDS-2 to be integrated with a slicer. For spraying the desired liquid on both sides of each slice. Each slice is sprayed several times in order to completely cover the whole surface. This feature is used when your product has a large surface area, compared to its weight. A typical sliced ham would get 40 days.

SDS-3 is used more widely when large problem area needs to be covered. Typical installations are transport belts, sausage loaders, slaughter lines, etc., etc.

AEROSOL+ PRO is used for very large problem areas like a whole room. Typical installation is a climate-controlled room for salami or a cold smoked product like fish/ham. This system can easily take care of your ventilation problem since the liquid will go deep inside at a fraction of a normal sanitation would cost.

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