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GAME ENGINEERING LTD In recent years GAME Engineering Ltd has become one of the leading companies supplying materials handling and process solutions to the animal feed and pet food sector. A part of this has been the supply and installation of mixing and coating systems in both sectors. As a result the company has developed a range of horizontal ribbon blade and twin shaft mixers. The ribbon blade mixer ranges from 2000 litres up to 6000 litres,

all with bomb door discharge and a range of drive systems which can be chosen by the client. The mixers are supplied with top and bottom hoppers and liquid addition systems in either carbon or stainless steel. GAME also manufacture a range of twin shaft high speed mixer/

coaters ranging from 400 litres to 3000 litres in either stainless or carbon steel. These have been supplied into a range of industries other than the animal and pet food sectors. These range from mixing line marking products to fl ooring for high wear situations as well as mineral and supplement plants. One of the industries major animal feed producers recommends

the GAME Engineering Ltd twin shaft coater as the fi rst choice when installing new coating systems within their group. GAME Engineering Ltd, Witham St Hughs Business Park, Witham St Hughs, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN6 9TW, tel: 01522 868021 email: web:

Above: Paddle mixer from GAME Engineering Ltd

SEVALE ENGINEERING Sevale Engineering is set up to meet all of your needs feed production machinery needs. We are the sole distributor and agents in the U.K. for: CPM, Ottevanger Milling Engineers and Almex. All these companies trade on a world-wide basis and have excellent reputations for producting fi rst class products. We hold parts stocks in Gloucester to support all their equipment and provide, in our opinion, the most comprehensive seven days per week service cover that is available in the U.K. today. For further information on the services offered by Sevale

Engineering, please contact us on tel. 01452 303180, fax 01452 306250, e-mail

With over 20 years experience in the feed mill business, Game is the uK’s leadinG independent supplier to the feed mill & dry pet food industry.

our team of hiGhly sKilled enGineers specialise in:

• desiGn & build • remodellinG & upGrades • process desiGn • installation

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AUTOMATIC SCREEN EXCHANGE Van Aarsen has developed an automatic screen exchange system for 3 different screen types. The system consists of a cassette unit with 3 slots to hold the screens, a motorised insertion system and control system. The control system comes with a Siemens touch-screen. During operation the control system is under the feed mill control system and automatically selects the screen required for the recipe in question. When inspecting or replacing the screens the required actions

are indicated step by step on the touch- screen. The PLC can also be used for load control of the hammer mill. The screens are stored in a cassette system that is suspended above the hammer mill. This construction enables: • The surface area required for the hammer mill to remain the same • Easy access, ergonomic working conditions • Use of simple straight screen plates • No extra tools

• Sieve exchange during operation • CE protected cassettes

• Cassettes to be moved aside when opening the hammer mill doors With this newly developed system a wide range of feed structures

can be produced and in combination with frequency control the advantages are numerous, including: flexible production; few production stops; and, excellent feed structure for individual recipes Contact: Van Aarsen International – - +31 475 579444

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