The recipe for your market success
The raw materials for the production of high quality chocolates or chocolate coatings, are stored in silos, tanks or other hoppers. Due to quality concerns, the recipe is processed strictly according to the principle "first in - first out". After the recipe-controlled scaling, the discharged material is conveyed into a kneader-mixer, at which the contents are constantly monitored through weight-control, primarily to be able to trace the batches exactly.
1 - Dry material storage
2 - Central scaling
3 - Powdered sugar grinding
4 - Minor ingredients
5 - Liquid ingredients storage
6 - Tanker truck
7 - Fat plastification
8 - Container storage
9 - Recrystallization of the plastizied fat
10 - Preparation
11 - Mixer
Zeppelin Reimelt also offers innovative process know-how for the production of sugar goods, ice creams, inverted sugar creams, chewing gums and pastry and cakes.
Powdered sugar hopper
For the production of chocolate mixes
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Increased flexibility and improved quality with the Codos continuous mixing and kneading system by Zeppelin Reimelt.
Jack Kilbride from system integrator Zeppelin Systems USA Inc. describes how the company can integrate Rockwell Automation technology with existing systems for batch, process or discrete operations.link: Interview