portioner


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portioner

(ˈpɔːʃənə)
n
1. a person who receives a share (of inheritance, land, food, etc)
2. a person or thing that shares or divides into portions
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Three packaging lines are also exhibited in Frankfurt, and a slicer or portioner is integrated in each of them.
Flexibility is also ensured with the capacity to change product type in minutes, with the portioner featuring up to 12 different cavities to enable quick changeover for a wide range of products, from sirloin steaks to pork loin steaks, from cutlets to belly strips, from dicing to neck steaks, without the need for tools, thereby optimising machine uptime.
deposit sauces and gravies onto prepared meals or fill empty pie shells.The Vemag Filling System consists of a Vemag Portioner and a Dripless Valve attachment.
Add points from questions 5 and 12 to get your Heavy Portioner Score:
Thus in 1600 William Bothwell of Quhlopsyde, as principal, and Robert Foulis, portioner of Bonytoun, as surety, and vice versa, promised not to harm John Sutherland in Edinburgh, under pain of 500 merks.
When the first portioner arrived in the country, Ms McQuade was able to launch The UK Foodhall in May 2007, raising the start up funds single-handedly.
The line features a CO2 Grinding Mixing unit, a DSI waterjet portioner, a tumbling station for marinating chicken fillets, and highly flexible Stein breading and battering equipment.