For suppliers to the food and beverage industry, ANUTEC is one of the largest and most important trade fairs in India. This trade fair takes place from 27 to 29 September in Mumbai. Together with our partner FPT, we will be exhibiting our latest technological developments to the rapidly growing Indian market. Lindor and FPT can be found on stands A09 and B09.
Our ‘gentle touch’ technology mixers are widely used in India to mix products such as snacks (the immensely popular savoury ‘namkeen’, among others), tea, instant drinks, bakery powders, herbs and spices. We will also be introducing for the first time in Asia, our latest test mixer, the L100 HCVP vacuum dryer and coater for mixing, coating, impregnating and drying under vacuum.
The L100 HCVP vacuum dryer has been specially developed to conduct tests at a Lindor test centre. This will give our customers the opportunity to test our vacuum mixing and drying technology.
The L500 test mixer is equipped with fluid injection, and retractable inlet and outlet. This makes cleaning and changing seals child's play.
The Lindor L10 Lab Mixer is our smallest mixer, with a maximum batch size of 10 litres. This mixer shares the same design as our full-size 350 to 25,000 litre mixers. The mixing results are scalable to the large production plants. This makes it an ideal testing and laboratory system for small batches. In addition, the transparent drum makes the mixing process clearly visible.
In this short video, you can see how our Lab Mixer mixes muesli.
ProPak Asia 2017 from 14 - 17 juni 2017 is the biggest and strongest international platform that connects the food, drink and pharmaceutical industry and FMCG market in Asia.
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'.