Goodrich SUGAR & CHEMICAL COMPLEX LIMITED OFFERS
FROZEN FRENCH FRIES (POTATO FINGER CHIPS)
PLANT WITH A CAPACITY OF 1,200 KGS/HOUR

Potato finger chips are the most popular snack foods served in bars and restaurants, hotels, eating places and pizza shops. The demand for Finger chips are increasing day-by-day.

Goodrich offers continuous automatic Frozen French Fry Processing & Packaging Plant to produce finished fried weight of 1,200 kgs per hour of French fries, which are cooked, snop frozen (IQF) and packed into 1 kg and / or 5 kgs packs on Form - fill and seal automatic packaging machine, then cartonished into pallets and conveyed into Frozen storage room of 30 x 40 metres, to be constructed by the customer.

The raw materials required are Potato & edible oil.

The process line includes-

1. Potato storage bins.

 
2. Infeed hoppers with out feeder     conveyor/potato elevator
 

3. SS Barrel washing machine

 

4. Potato grader

 

5. Continuous abrasive peeler

 

6. Potato slicing machine

 

7. Spray-washing machine

 

8. Wire belt inspection and scrap rejection         conveyor

 

9. Continuous SS blanching Tank

 

10. SS outfeed conveyor


    

11. SS heated air blower drying conveyor

 

12. Continous automatic Fryer, complete with SS Vat

 

13. SS outfeed conveyor

 

14. Cooking oil and steam up-take system

 

15. Gas fired heat Exchanger with SS cooking oil tanks

 

16. Cooking oil continuous filtration and pumping      system

The Plant will ensure a maximum fat content of less than 5% in the finished French fries.

The 1200 kgs/hour imported Plant costs Rs. 2 crores and the total project cost will be Rs. 4 crores. The pay-back period is approximately 1 year.

For more details, please contact

Goodrich Sugar & Chemical Complex Limited

No. 16, 2nd Main, 2nd Cross,

AECS Layout 3rd Stage,

Sanjaynagar, Bangalore 560 094,

Karnataka, India.
Ph: 0091 - 80 23411400

Fax: 0091 - 80 23410388

Email: rao@goodrichsugar.com

Website: www.goodrichsugar.com

  





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