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FEEDERS

FOR DOSING & MIXING APPLICATIONS

For granular products

The Electronic flow regulator, or impact device, is intended to control the outgoing flow of free-flowing granular products.
The loss in weight feeder DFM is intended to accurately measure and control the outgoing flow of free-flowing granular products.

For Powdery products

The ACD has been designed for volumetric continuous dosing of very small quantities of powdery products, such as additives, flour improvers etc.
The VCD has been designed for volumetric continuous dosing of small & medium quantities of powdery products, such as additives, flour improvers etc. It can be upgraded in a loss in weight feeder mod. ACM.
The loss in weight feeder ACM is intended to accurately measure and control the outgoing flow of powdery products, such as additives, flour improvers , chemical powders, powder salt, etc. The entirely made SS execution is also available.
The loss in weight feeder FCM is intended to accurately measure and control the outgoing flow of powdery products, such as additives, flour improvers , chemical powders, powder salt, etc. The entirely made SS execution is also available. A special execution for semolina dosing on top of pasta lines is also available, mod. FCMS.

For Liquids

The loss in weight feeder LCM has been designed for liquid products accurate dosing.

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