This year, Lindor will once again be exhibiting at the Anuga FoodTec, the international fair for food technology. This trade fair will be taking place in Cologne, Germany from 20 to 23 March 2018.
Please visit us at our stand and learn about our technology for mixing and processing tea - instant drinks - infant formula - muesli’s, granolas, breakfast cereals - nuts, snacks - herbs & spices and so many other powders and granulates. Come drink a cup of tea or coffee and hear about our latest technology and latest developments.
See you in Hall 10.1 stand G 040!
Lindor Engineering Team
Fast, efficient and hygienic mixing is within reach with the Lindor L1000 Gull Wing. This mixer was named after its unique wing doors. These doors make the mixer particularly accessible for inspection and cleaning. Add to this a recessed frame for better access, and a retractable inlet and outlet, and it becomes clear how we have increased the accessibility of our mixers by more than 300%.
For an even greater production capacity, we can supply this mixer with an extra large inlet and outlet. This increases the capacity for a powder with a 0.6 kg/litre bulk density from approx. 5000 to approx. 7000 kg/h.
The Lindor L10 Lab Mixer is a mixer with a maximum batch size of 10 litres. It shares the same design as our full-size mixers from 500 to 25,000 litres. The mixing results can be scaled to large production machines. This makes it an ideal testing and laboratory machine for small batches.
In this short film you will see how our Lab mixer mixes muesli.
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The proper maintenance and operation of your Lindor machine isn't only your responsibility, it's ours as well. Naturally, we supply original spare parts and a fast service to keep your systems in perfect condition.
As far as we are concerned, you can't be too young to become acquainted with our technology and our gentle touch mixers. They must have been thinking the same thing at the educational children's television programme 'Het Klokhuis'.