SAMUSA MAKING
EDDIOL

OUR PROCESS

From the basic machine, with its 3-consecutive-fold automated folding system, including the ejection of the finished product, to the complete production line.

Only one operator is needed per machine for the robot model, and a single operator may control 2 or 3 machines. The machines operate by way of an electro-pneumatic system. They are compact, easy to operate, do not require any specific maintenance and are fast-cleaning.

The machines produce 17- to 22-gram samosas, depending on the consistency of the filling. They use pliable, fine, pre-cooked (without memory) strips of pastry dough, 5.8 cm wide and 17 cm long. The machines have a rate of production of 200 to 600 samosas per hour, depending on the chosen model.

In automatic mode, the machine is equipped to:

Lay Down strips of pastry dough

Automatic Mode

Lay down fixed amounts of filling

Automatic Mode

Lay down dots of paste

Automatic Mode
SAMUSA MAKING
EDDIOL

OUR MACHINES

Robot A

In automatic mode, this model folds the strip, making three consecutive folds, and ejects the finished product.

Robot B

This model automatically transfers the strip of pastry placed at the point of unloading, dots it with paste, makes 3 consecutive folds and ejects the finished product.

Robot C

This model automatically transfers the strip of pastry placed at the point of unloading, puts filling on it, dots it with paste, makes 3 consecutive folds and ejects the finished product.