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Multi-tasking fruit and vegetable disintegrator

06 October 2018

The Micron Angle Disintegrator from Hosokawa Micron offers five different processing options in one machine which can offer benefits for manufacturers of soups, purées, sauces and dressings. 

The multi-tasking machine can pulp or blend coarse or fine purée, hot or cold ingredients, wet or dry ingredients, rejecting unwanted plant matter or injecting water, steam or inert gas.

By eliminating peeling and chopping operations and by continuously removing unwanted fibres, skin particles and seeds to produce an homogenous, puréed product the machine helps to reduce the number of processing steps and reduces the need for product handling.

Garlic, root ginger, tomatoes, onions, oranges and vanilla pods can all be pulped and puréed using the Micron Angle Disintegrator with reject material being ejected through a secondary outlet to leave a pristine, homogenous purée. Selection of coarse to fine end product is achieved by changing removable screens.

Capable of handling dry or soaked ingredients the Angle Disintegrator is equipped with a water injection system, making it suitable for continuous mixing and blending – the option to inject steam or inert gas during operation is also possible.

With a capacity to handle up to 3000kg/hrr of either wet or dry, hot or cold products the hygienic construction enables fast product changeover without cross contamination.


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