Syspal Eurobin Tumbler
Syspal's range of Eurobin tumblers are specifically designed for mixing processes in food, beverage and pharmaceutical manufacturing.
Both the high capacity Eurobin Tumbler and the mixing Eurobin tumbler have been developed to offer high quality, consistent and superb mixing of products.
The Syspal mixing Eurobin Tumbler is compatible with 200 litre Eurobins, while the high capacity model offers the flexibility of working with both 200 litre and 300 litre Eurobins.
The machinery uses a unique bi-directional rotation method of mixing products. This system prevents 'dead-spots' in the mix that often occur as part of Z-blade or paddle mixing.
Eliminating paddles and blades also means that delicate products can be mixed effectively with a significant reduction in product damage.
A shorter mixing time and one person operation ensure the process can be carried out quickly and efficiently without a drop off in quality. Programmable recipes accessed via an easy to use HMI screen provide the user full control, providing a high quality mix with exacting detail every time.
Syspal Eurobin tumblers are flexible and able to mix a variety of different product types from delicate pasta and shellfish to bulky meat and poultry.
Reduces injury risks associated with manual handling Increased production efficiency by reducing product transfer and handling when integrated into the Syspal Single Bin Solution process
Large capacity hood and user speed control ensures free-movement of product while tumbling, ensuring the best quality mix in the shortest period of time
User friendly operator controls via panel mounted HMI display
Consistent results achieved via programmable recipe create, save and recall function
Bi-directional rotation of the Eurobin, vastly improves product mix quality vacuum function, assists in reducing marinating times
Quick product change over utilising pre-set clean and seal change modes
For further information contact Henderson Food Machinery on 02890 994 202 or email firstname.lastname@example.org