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GEA gains extrusion and milling technology

07 January 2018

GEA has recently completed the purchase of the Parvan Group, a supplier of extrusion and milling technology for processing fresh and dried pasta, pelleted snack products and breakfast cereals.  

Pavan offer a wide range of solutions for the production of all types of pasta: long and short-cut dry pasta, nest shaped, pre-cooked pasta, couscous, as well as machineries for filled, flat, and extruded fresh pasta, convenience food and gnocchi. It also provides dies, cutting systems, die washing equipment and packaging lines in this segment. Its particular know-how lies in the selection of the appropriate temperature and the speed at which the raw material is pressed through a nozzle. The nozzle design is crucial as well. Extensive application and equipment know-how is required to know how to combine the various machines around the extruder.


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