LEAPS AHEAD IN FRYING

The Kiremko CORDA Invicta

SLIM

STRONG

SAFE

SUSTAINABLE

With 30% less oil content, a 15% smaller factory footprint, a number of high-tech innovations and a lower Total Cost of Ownership than your current fryer, the Kiremko CORDA Invicta is leaps ahead in frying. All while guaranteeing a consistent, high-end product, regardless of layer thickness.

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Slim

Small footprint
Smart engineering and innovative industrial design have significantly reduced the floor footprint down with at least 15%.
30% less oil
Thanks to a compact fryer pan and a unique new oil circulation system, it has 30% less oil content compared to other models of its kind.

strong

Minimal wear
The CORDA Invicta’s full metal belt with integrated chain link construction eliminates plastic pollution, ensuring perfect product quality and minimizing wear.
Long service life
The rolling belt support and unique circulation pump reduce friction and wear, allowing for a longer service life.

SAFE

Increased safety
The Kiremko CORDA Invicta features an integrated dirt removal system, steam blanketing and automatic fire extinguishing. This keeps your production line, factory and people safe.
Safe yet practical
Vapor emissions have been reduced thanks to the completely closed system. Nonetheless, the insides are safe and easy to access thanks to the integrated hood and bottom operating system.

SUSTAINABLE

Less chemicals
Hygienic design, inside and out, allow the Kiremko CORDA Invicta to require less cleaning time and fewer cleaning products compared to its competitors.
High quality, low energy
Using 30% less oil content, the CORDA Invicta also has a very short turn-over time. This guarantees product perfection, while using less energy.

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CHANGE IS A CONSTANT DRIVER

“Customers change, markets change, products change, consumers change. Change is a constant driver for innovation at Kiremko. No wonder that the customer had a leading role in the development and design of the CORDA Invicta. No wonder that even the smallest functionality was reconsidered, rebuilt, retested. All the knowledge and experience of Kiremko is now shared with the market, by launching the CORDA Invicta.”
Andy Gowing – Director Kiremko

Contact your Kiremko Area Sales Managers

Want to know more about the CORDA Invicta? Would you like to know what the fryer of the future can do for your factory output? Our Area Sales Managers are happy to give you an update on what is new.

Gerard van Deelen
Maurice la Lau
Ronald van Merkerk
Tunghai Chiang
Twan van den Berg

Andy Gowing

Jon Christensen

Jon Christensen

How the fryer of the past
became the fryer of the future

The history of frying and Kiremko is very old. After the Second World War, the ‘snack bar’ phenomenon emerged. Kirema, as Kiremko was then called, soon began developing deep fryers for this emerging form of hospitality industry. With the emergence of the pre-fried fries, which developed into a first form of French fries industry in the 1960s, the first continuous pre-frying lines were developed.

Kirema decided in 1965 to set up an industry branch for the emerging French fries industry. The name of the company Kirema Konstruktie was shortened to Kiremko. Frying remained the most important part of the French fries pre-frying lines.

The pre-frying process for fries was deep frying in frying fat or oil. Sliced ​​potato strips were transported through the oil on a conveyor belt and fried with it. The heating of the oil bath was with a so-called internal exchanger. These exchangers were a collection of tubes immersed in the oil and positioned under the conveyor belt. The heating medium was thermal oil or steam. You could call this method of frying “slow cooking” . The frying temperatures were generally quite low, about 140 C to 160 C degrees. The strips slowly got to the frying temperature and sort of blanched in the oil.

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Would you like to know more about our CORDA Invicta® or our other potato processing equipment? Contact us!

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Call us  +31 (0) 348 – 47 94 00

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IDAHO, USA
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Kiremko B.V.
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3417 XJ Montfoort
Netherlands
sales@kiremko.com

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