Development of Innovative Fully Automatic Processing System for High Energy Efficient Manufacturing of Commercial Cookware

  • 1 Öztiryakiler Madeni Eşya San. ve Tic. A.Ş, R&D Technology Center, İstanbul, Turkey
  • 2 Sakarya University, Fire and Combustion Research Centre, Esentepe Campus, Sakarya, Turkey; Team-San Ltd. Sti., Esentepe Campus, Sakarya University, Turkey


Cookware is one of the indispensable equipment for commercial kitchens. The very large size of commercial cookware (up to Ø1200 mm) requires precision manufacturing processes. In our current manufacturing process, the fact that different processing stations are separate from each other and the processing stages are dependent on the workers, carrying risks in terms of occupational safety (cutting with scissors, grinding, etc.), prevents the product from being obtained with high processing quality and causes high wastage rates arising from the manufacturing process. In addition, it creates negative effects in terms of efficient use of energy and production time, causing an increase in unit costs. Within the scope of this study, the design and prototype production of an energy-efficient and work-safe innovative processing system for commercial cookware, based on R&D systematic studies, is carried out by international standards (EN ISO 12100, EN 614-1, EN 12983-1, etc.) and the results of our current manufacturing process. As a result of this research, occupational safety risks and excessive process steps are reduced, product quality and efficiency are increased, and thus production costs and energy efficiency are increased. Results are promising for further optimization.



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