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Mixing it with the best

26 April 2011

Tetra Pak CPS is continuing to demonstrate the benefits of its modular ‘mix and match’ capability, with an additional mixing system recently installed at a major West Country food processor

Tetra Pak CPS designs, fabricates and installs a wide range of food processing equipment, specialising in tailor-made systems, built to the customer’s specifications. Many of these are based on well-proven modules from the group’s extensive range.

Using technology from group company Scanima, the mixing system range includes flexible, multi-tasking batch vacuum models, capable of whipping up a thin cake mix or delicious custard formula with the expertise worthy of many a masterchef.

The main component is a vacuum mixing tank with a batch mixing unit at the bottom. The mixing unit, which incorporates a rotor and perforated stator, ensures optimal wetting and processing. The unit blends particles gently, minimises air incorporation and uses raw material efficiently, with minimal losses.

Paul Griffin, Tetra Pak CPS Business Development Manager said: “While there is a standard range of Tetra Almix mixing equipment available from the Tetra Pak group, we take considerable pride in also being able to offer an alternative solution driven by each customer's specific needs.

“We have the experience and in-house skills to integrate different modules to ensure optimum performance. We work closely with each client to ensure we fully understand their requirements and I know they value our inclusive service.

“The latest project was secured in the knowledge that our units have given reliable performance and that additional production lines would deliver the consistency and high quality demanded by the client’s exacting customers.”


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