New version of the Pegasus® Mega-Mixer offers great chances

for food producers Hygienic mixer with a capacity of 5000 litre per batch reduces analysis costs and accelerates the production process.

Since 1948 Dinnissen Process Technology develops machines, complete processes and tailor made solutions for the food, feed, pet food and chemical industry. Here the focus lies on an efficient processing of powders, pellets and granulates.

Innovation as base

It is well-known that Dinnissen implements novel innovations into working concepts, that huge food companies take over very successfully all over the world.

A good example for such a successful innovation is the Vacuum Core Coater, that was developed from Dinnissen in 1992. A couple of years later followed by the Lean Gravity mixing lines and the hammer mill with automatic sieve changing system.


The latest innovation is this new version of the Pegasus®

mixer for Polish customer mixer, that was

designed for a Polish food producer. The interesting thing of this mixer is its volume, because you can mix 5000 liter product per batch, with a percentage of 1:100.000. That mixer is an advancement of the successful Pegasus®


D-Topline, that is in use at a lot of companies worldwide.

But not only the volume in combination with a high mixing speed is a remarkable feature of this mixer. After the mixing process it is important to clean the mixer quickly to realize product changes with a minimum loss of time. Here the system scores with thought-out engineering. The mixer can be provided with extra features to ensure a fast and easy cleaning process:

• Big wing doors for perfect accessibility

• Extendible mixer shafts to allow a very easy and efficient cleaning of the mixing paddles

• Double bomb door hatches for a fast and complete emptying of the mixing chamber

• CIP system possible

• Front hatch to allow a complete accessibility of the mixer from every side.

Enquiry No. 23 MARCH/APRIL 2019 23

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