Doosan Robotics, a global leading manufacturer of collaborative robots, announced the launch of its E-SERIES, the company’s NSF-certified collaborative robot line specifically created for the food and beverage (F&B) industry.
Named for its technological “edge” the E-SERIES has the flexibility to make virtually any food and beverage while offering extremely competitive pricing and industry-leading safety and hygiene standards. The E-SERIES recently received the National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) certification for food hygiene safety with features such as sealed gaps between the cobot’s connecting axes. By reducing weight and adopting a slim design, the E-SERIES is easy to install and fits seamlessly into workspaces. Its 13.4 lbs (5 kg) payload and nearly 3 ft (914 mm) reach provide ample capacity to handle any food task with ease.
Doosan Robotics E-SERIES has been tested for a variety of applications including its implementation at Robert Chicken, a Korean fried chicken concept powered exclusively by cobots. The E-SERIES has also been tested and deployed to make coffee and other beverages through the company’s Dr. Presso. Doosan Robotics plans to continue customizing the E-SERIES for other F&B use from baking, barbeque and specialized functions within the QSR category.
With the launch of E-SERIES, Doosan Robotics is revealing 13 new cobots, the biggest lineup in the worldwide cobot market with an extensive range of product options that include the M, A and H-SERIES, customized for process performance and industrial needs for customers.
“Our E-SERIES cobots were specifically created to help transform the food and beverage industry, providing immediate solutions to labor shortages and improving work efficiencies. Based on this momentum, we will continue to lead the global cobot industry” William (Junghoon) Ryu, CEO of Doosan Robotics, said.
Doosan E-SERIES cobots start shipping in June with exclusive discounts on the first purchase.
Doosan Robotics, founded in 2015 by Doosan Group, develops advanced technology and offers cobot solutions in manufacturing, service industries and more. Established in 1896, the group has 25 affiliates and 114 global entities worldwide, generating a revenue of $13 billion in 2022.
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