Milmeq custom designs, engineers and manufactures equipment for primary food processing operations, providing the complete solution to take the product from hot to cold.
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Milmeq custom designs systems to optimise chilling, freezing and materials handling for dairy processing operations.
Our industry-leading chilling and freezing tunnels have been deployed in dairy processing operations around the globe, delivering improvements in operational efficiencies as well as product quality.
The Milmeq Fully Automated Stock Transfer (MFAST) system was recently launched as the first of its kind, offering superior efficiency in materials handling operations, use of space and quality of product.
The following systems and equipment have been developed to enhance processing operations within the dairy industry.
Milmeq provides a range of systems to enable efficient and streamlined palletising and container loading.
Our palletising systems reduce the manual labour input typically required as well as the use of forklifts.
Using robotics to automate the palletising process results in significant reductions in the time taken to compile a pallet.
The system can be controlled to maintain synchronisation with product throughput at prior stages and can also include flexible settings so the pace can be increased or decreased according to changing palletising needs.
Barcode scanning is integrated before the palletising process, which allows the recognition of location for each product due to be palletised as well as allowing the robot to allocate an area for product with faulty or illegible barcodes.
The system is specifically designed to ensure checking, control and management of product before it leaves a processing operation.
The power scope is a system designed to aid the loading of a container with minimum operator or fork lift input providing maximum utilisation of space and time for this operation.
When extended, the unique conveyor system can reach to the end of a 40 foot container. As the container is loaded the conveyor reduces in length back toward the doors of the container. The compression of the system works by collapsing specially designed conveyor sections in folds similar to those of a concertina.