Moba, one of the leading producers of high-quality integrated systems for the grading, packaging and processing of consumption eggs, has launched its new egg grading machine, the Forta GT100, at VIV Asia 2019
The Moba Forta GT100 aims to produce 100 cases per hour or 36,000 eggs per hour and can be equipped with up to 18 packing lanes.
With this system each egg is treated as an individual product, from the moment the eggs arrive on the rollers at the infeed section, all the way down to the consumer pack, any contact between eggs is avoided. Industry confirms that individual egg handling results in at least two per cent increase in sellable eggs.
The Forta is based around two main screens. The main control panel enables a quick set up of new products on different packing lanes which produce constant product quality. The large status-screen tells which products are processed and to which quality levels they comply.
Future-proof machine platform
Moba’s Forta aims to be a future-proof machine platform, meaning that the egg grader can be configured to specific needs by expanding through different detection devices (optional) such as an egg inspector, crack detector and blood detector.
The Forta meets all the requirements of the highest hygiene standards such as washable in-feed and packing lanes with removable parts for cleaning post-production. From the time the eggs arrive on the rollers at the in-feed section, all the way down to the consumer pack, any contact between the eggs is avoided. This reduces the risk of cracked egg shells, minimises the chance of cross-contamination and allows data to be collected from each individual egg.
Some of the features include crack detection, egg washer and dryer integration, blood detection, dirt and leaker detection, candling booth, in-feed extensions for customised layout and manual packing lanes.