Here you can find all our cases from satisfied customers throughout the years.
Does a mixer immediately come to mind when you think about polymer processing equipment? If not, it certainly should.
For over three decades, Lindor has been manufacturing industrial mixers and processing machines for powders, granulates and bulk solids.
The first company to super-size their mixer and, in effect, extended the Lindor product range to the XXL L25000 in the 2004, was French gelatin pioneer: Weishardt.
Case study: Ronnefeldt Lindor designs and manufactures mixers and complete mixing systems based on the Gentle Touch Mixing Technology. Lindor began manufacturing mixers and powder processing equipment as far back as the late 1980s.
It seemed an ambitious project: homogenising large quantities of fragile, high-quality vegetable seeds by machine without causing any damage to the seeds.
Because of coronavirus, many trade fairs and events did not take place last year. A missed opportunity to meet and show you our latest developments.
Did you know that our mixers can very gently mix brittle dried insects and even live matter, such as insect eggs? Our drum mixer with ‘gentle touch’ technology is located in the breeding grounds of a renowned insect breeder in Asia, and
For our recent client, manufacturer of special cosmetics, Lindor's unique gentle-touch technology proves to be a perfect solution for mixing sensitive substances.
When Lindor contacted a German trader and processor of exotic fruit, no one could have imagined that this would result in a unique mixer that combines all four processes in one mixer.
Balaji is the second largest producer of potato crisps in India. The Balaji Group uses our gentle touch mixers for savoury snacks.
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.