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3A certification is A1 for Chemineer’s Kenics Sanitary Static Mixers

18 September 2014

For its Kenics sanitary static mixers, Chemineer has gained the increasingly recognised 3A certification, which worldwide gives food manufacturing customers peace of mind that the equipment they are purchasing embodies key hygienic design principles.

The new 3A-certification for these Kenics mixers proves that an on-site evaluation (at the facility where the equipment is manufactured) of the mixers has been conducted by a certified, independent conformance evaluator.

Aimed at meeting the fast changing needs of the food sector, 3A certification has become a global quality symbol for state-of-the-art hygienic equipment, especially in parts of the world where local regulations do not always reflect the exemplary standards required by the industry.
 
Suitable for numerous food manufacturing applications where they provide in-line, continuous mixing and processing (with no moving parts, no maintenance and no external power), Chemineer’s Kenics mixers feature an alternating helical element that creates flow division and highly efficient radial mixing.

For blending, this sanitary Chemineer mixer is suitable for applications including yoghurt, cheese, peanut butter, sugar based sweets, chocolate centres and biotech products - whilst for dispersion they have a proven track record with vegetable oils.  Heating and cooling of viscous and semi-viscous fluids such as chocolate, syrups, and juices are also included in the extensive Kenics’ portfolio.


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