Raque Food Systems makes a wide range of depositing equipment for a variety of food applications. From proteins to sauces to vegetables, we set the industry standard in volumetric product placement. Easy to use controls and standard features allow these units to be integrated into any production line.
Traveling Carriages are made for tool-less configuration and easy sanitation.
Custom made dispensing valves cleanly deposit mashed potatoes into microwaveable containers.
Piston Filler attached to a Traveling Carriage System.
The unique product flow path through our piston filler allows both viscous products and particulate sauces to be dispensed without damage. The self-priming system can handle the widest range of product specifications and weights of any piston filler on the market. Whether it is as fluid as water or aerated like whipped cream, Raque Food System’s Piston Filler performs consistently to provide clean and accurately dispensed results.
A pair of Rotary Plate Fillers deposit crumbshell dough into pie pans.
Rotary Plate Filler
The Rotary Plate Filler is used to deposit small, free flow particulates into containers on a continuous motion lugged conveyor. Because of its frequent use with Individually Quick Frozen vegetables, the unit may also be called a Rotary Vegetable Filler. An attractive feature is its facility to alter the deposit weight without stopping the line.
A Topping Unit affixed on top of a filling conveyor.
Designed to deposit products like shredded cheese, bread crumbs, vegetables, etc., toppings can be spot deposited or evenly spread over a container, pie, or pizza. Available for any topping need, the Topping Dispenser can be configured to deposit in a variety of ways.
Raque Food Systems makes many types of food depositing equipment which may make use of Rotary Pumps, Vibratory Feeders, or even high tech Robotics. Our design and manufacturing abilities allow us to customize such equipment for your application.
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