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Latest Mixing Technology on show Interpack 2014

Apr 02, 2014 | by GEA UK
Category Mixing, Blending & Granulating       Hits: 3397
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GEA will be exhibiting at the Interpack trade fair on 8-14 May in Düsseldorf to present its world leading mixing technology, Hall 7a, Stand B31. Interpack is the world’s leading trade fair for packaging and related processing technologies with over 2,700 exhibitors from over 60 countries taking part.

GEA has been a world leader in providing technically advanced mixing systems for the home and personal care sector for both batch and continuous processing and will be showcasing its latest technology at the show.

Mixing is the most demanding operation in process operations and a key factor in determining the quality of the final product. Choosing the right technology that will produce a homogeneous product at the lowest possible cost is vital.

Single pot processing is often the easiest and most efficient way of producing a homogeneous product, in a high shear environment, with ultimate flexibility and batch traceability. GEA Liquid Processing’s BATCH FORMULA™ technology, on show at Interpack, effectively produces a uniform product, without the need for recirculation loops thereby reducing processing time, saving energy and optimising the CIP cycle. A key feature is its use of a vacuum to allow the introduction of powder from below the liquid surface; this technique achieves the instant wetting of ingredients even with difficult to process, high viscosity products.

Experts from GEA Process Engineering UK and sister company GEA Liquid Processing in Denmark will be on hand throughout the show to welcome visitors to the stand and discuss their requirements.

Hisham Fyyaz
GEA Process Engineering
Tel: 01925 812650
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