Evacuating mushrooms with the batch system
- Shorter blanching times
- Higher efficiency
- Homogenous end product
When preserving mushrooms, you generally use the ‘evacuation process’. For this so-called evacuating, DTS supplies batch systems as well as throughput systems.
Batch systems are also referred to as vacuum chambers. For this, the mushrooms are placed in a sealed chamber. During the evacuation process, a vacuum ensures that the air is evacuated from the space. This occurs without distorting the mushrooms. The space is then filled with water and the mushrooms become saturated.
Shorter blanching times
Water conducts heat better than air does. This allows you to achieve shorter blanching times. This leads to various benefits, prime among which is the enormous gains in efficiency.
During this evacuation process, you can easily add additives to the product. The desired additives reach the core of the mushroom. This ensures a homogenous product with a uniform quality. DTS supplies these vacuum chambers complete with buffer tanks and tanks/mixers for additives.
- Buffer tanks
- Tanks/mixers for additives
- Test model available
with opened door
That is filled with a pallet of mushrooms
For testing, DTS has a laboratory version available
After the process
Fully saturated mushrooms after the evacuation process