At Wyma we pride ourselves on our capability to offer full line solutions to our customers.
With a wealth of experience we focus on delivering our customers a turn-key solution. It’s not just about individual pieces of equipment in the line, we take the time to understand our customers unique environment, conditions and requirements.
It is about providing a complete line solution from the principle equipment with supporting structures, conveyors through to electrical integration and programming. We know how important each element is and how to ensure that each is optimized to improve your overall efficiency allowing you to get the best from every harvest and be more competitive in your industry.
Getting it right
Believed to be the largest carrot wash line in Australasia, Rocky Lamattina & Sons in Wemen, Australia, is the most complex project we have ever worked on. This multi-phase project was the result of a considerable collaboration between the customer and the Wyma team.
“When it came time to build our new line, I approached Wyma with three main focuses – low maintenance, simple to use and gentle on the product,” says Angelo Lamattina, General Manager of Rocky Lamattina & Sons.
This two-year project involved a range of custom-made machines that were specifically designed to meet Angelo’s team’s requirements, including:
- Extra-wide Mega Wet Hoppers
- Our largest ever Rotary Screen Filter
- New design diameter Roller Sizer
- 20m Hydrocooler, the longest in Wyma’s range
- 40m conveying system
- Hydro Cyclone without paddle
- Rotating flume gate
“Our operations have seen a vast improvement in the end product, and even our customers have noticed the difference. At the end of the day, that’s what it’s all about.”
Fit for purpose
Our first priority is to ensure that the solution we develop meets your needs and the requirements of your environment, growing conditions and produce varieties.
We have decades of experience supporting a wide range of growers and packers around around the world. We know that no two customers are the same, but that every customer should expect the right solution for their business.
Quality and value for money
“I chose Wyma primarily from a technical point of view. We grow our potatoes in a particular soil made of abrasive sand which quickly damages the skin of potatoes. From the beginning, we knew we needed a custom-made way of receiving produce directly from the truck into the Wet Hopper. It allows our potatoes to move smoothly and homogeneously. Then we realized that Wyma have a number of really interesting things in their equipment range, like the Flume Destoner and the Floating Debris Remover on the Wet Hopper. These things attracted us.
Also, compared to their competitors, Wyma’s value for money was appealing. The quality was obvious. We spoke to people from the carrot industry who knew Wyma from their Vege-PolisherTM. Wyma’s quality equipment has a very good reputation. We are a small company so we must invest in equipment that will last a long time. Equipment longevity is very important. We already know that compared to our existing machines, it is a major technological leap. It is going to save us a lot of time. The quality and regularity of the process will now be reliable which was not the case before.
We are happy and very satisfied with this project. We really felt like we were talking to people who were keen to find solutions to suit our technical requirements.” – Jean Michel Allix
Wyma’s Line Automation is a custom-engineered solution, designed to integrate all the parts of your processing line, so they work in harmony with each other. The level of manual intervention needed to get the job done is minimized which will help you stay ahead of your competition.
To find out more about how Wyma can use automation to improve the efficiency of your equipment, download our Line Automation document.
Considering a post-harvest
A quick start guide to help you understand the process so you can find the perfect solution for your business.
Download the guide to learn:
- 10 major things to consider before choosing a solution provider
- 15 key questions to determine your requirements and specifications
- How to develop a business case for investing in a new line
- Total cost of ownership and setting a realistic budget for now and the future
- Factors that will impact quality and efficiency
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