07.05.2016 - 12.05.2016 — Hall: 8.0 Stand: F 59
MAGURIT, machine works Gustav Rittershaus, was found 157 years ago, in 1859, in is lead today by the fifth generation of the founder’s family. MAGURIT is the world-wide leading manufacturer of machines for cutting of frozen products, so called frozen block cutters, for the human-food, the pet-food and the pharmaceutical industry. Furthermore MAGURIT offers fresh meat dicers and slicers, and a wide range of product handling equipment, like conveyors, lifters and depalletizers. MAGURIT develops, designs and manufacturers all its machines in Germany.
Nowadays we manufacture machines for the reduction of block-frozen foods for further processing in sausage- or ham productions, pet-food, fruit preparations for the dairy industry, jams and juices, for ready meals in the fish industry a.s.o.
With today about 25 different machine types we cover every capacity expectation between 600Kg/h (1.300 lbs/h.) and 25.000 Kg/h (55.000 lbs/h.)
Frozen block cutters and be divided into two different cutting principles
Guillotine cutters (FROMAT / UNICUT) which are very precise and clean cutting, hydraulically driven, machines while the rotations cutters (STARCUTTER / PRECUT / DRUMCUT) are built for capacity.
In addition, our DICECUT® series are the only machines worldwide that can cut strips and cubes from frozen blocks, and used in the ready – meal industry.
Furthermore, MAGURIT offers fresh meat cutting machines, the GALAN-series, machines designed for continuous cutting of fresh or crust frozen products into cubes and strips. Products like fresh or cooked chicken breast, smoked pork belly, tripe, muscles, fish-fillets and so on can be very precisely cut.
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