Here you can find all our cases from satisfied customers throughout the years.
In 2015, one of the world's largest gelatin producers was looking for a new mixer for its facility in the USA, and their search soon led them to us. We supply the largest drum mixer in the industry.
Four of our Lindor L1000 drum mixers mix tons of Indian ethnic snacks (Namkeen) daily for the Indian snack giant Haldiram’s. For many Indians drinking Chai (tea) is a daily ritual which must be accompanied by a dish of Namkeen.
It is becoming increasingly important to mix cocoa very meticulously. For consumers, price is not the most important aspect, it's the quality of the chocolate. Our gentle touch mixing technology fully complies with this trend.
Lindor rotary drum blenders are increasingly often finding their way into the plastics industry. The ‘gentle touch’ mixing principle is suitable for a wide range of applications such as ‘dusting’ sticky granulates.
The KÜTTNER – Group is a leading global company in building turnkey plants for the metal producing and metal treating industry. Processing, melting and conveying units are typically part of their scope of supply.
Lindor recently launched a "gentle touch" production milk powder mixer and delivered a laboratory blender for the new mixing line of a multinational producer of baby milk powder in Asia. Mixing vulnerable baby milk powder is a delicate process.
World’s largest and most renowned tea brand, Lipton Tea, has been using Lindor's industrial mixers for blending tea for over a decade. Lipton uses Lindor mixers to blend tea worldwide in their tea plants and R&D centres.
For quite some time Infré SA in Switzerland had been searching for a suitable tea blender for blending different types of tea. The 'gentle touch' required for tea, they found at Lindor in Dordrecht, the Netherlands.
Lindor who are based in the Netherlands have designed and built a special heated rotary drum mixer for Switzerland based BUSS AG. The drum blender has been designed using state of the art technologies.
The Dutch Agro-Industrial Group 'Royal Cosun' is currently building a pilot plant for developing processes for getting the most out of their raw materials and by-products.
The leading German recycling company AURA GmbH was looking for a suitable mixer for the treatment process for metal-containing residues.
The Czech factory of the German company CeramTec processes very abrasive Silicon carbide (SiC) for the production of technical ceramics.