Category: Specialty

Scraped Surface Heat Exchanger – SPX

The standard scraper system is the Bulldog system featuring two rows of plastic scrapers. The scrapers can be inspected and replaced without removing the rotor. This ensures less downtime. Rotor systems with floating scrapers are available in a selection of different materials to suit your particular product application. Each refrigerant circuit has a drop tank that enables prompt start-up and reduces downtime during production halts. Products to process are: puff pastry margarine, table margarine, trans free table margarine, cake and cream margarine, shortening, recombined butter, spreadable butter or low fat spreads.

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Blanchers – AC Horn

The Split nut blancher removes the skins & hearts from dried or fully roasted peanuts for the smoothest, cleanest nuts possible. You can choose between up to 2,000 pounds per hour or 5,000 pounds per hour of roasted or dried peanuts. The product can be blanched free of meal & with less shrinkage than any other blancher on the market with a simple and reliable operation. The blanchers first split the nuts & remove the skins; the hearts are then removed from the halves. Screening separated the halves from the hearts, and aspiration totally removes the skins from the process. Dependable features like trouble-free adjustable feed hopper & a dual-aspiration system allow you to process nuts for peanut butter, candy and similar products with maximum efficiency.

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Blanchers – LMC mfg.

The LMC Peanut Blancher system has two separate and distinct machines to help you efficiently do your job. You have the choice between the LMC Whole Nut Blancher, also called a Buff Blancher, and the LMC Split Nut Blancher. The LMC Whole Nut Blancher is designed to blanch whole peanut kernels. It is designed for ease of operation, maintenance and sanitation. It is the most widely used whole kernel blancher in the world.

The second machine, the LMC Split Nut Blancher, is designed to blanch splits and to split and blanch whole peanut kernels. The LMC Split Nut Blancher is most popular split nut blancher used when making peanut butter. Built for reliability and performance, the LMC Split Nut Blancher also offers ease of access for proper sanitation.Both our Whole Nut and Split Nut Blanchers are fully customizable. Combination and configuration can be customized to a specific crop variety. Sizes and dimensions can be customized to meet your space requirements.

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Continuous Dry Poppers – AC Horn

A.C. Horn / Cantrell International has been a leader in high capacity, continuous popcorn production systems. The platinum series offers the latest PLC controls and the highest quality components available to make it automatically operated. With a forced air combustion system, internal laminar blaffling, precise burner controls and extra insulation the platinum series poppers provide all the features for a low operating cost, low maintenance machine.

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Roaster Cooler – Belt-O-Matic

BNW’s Belt-o-matic custom-built horizontal conveyor dryer, cooler and roaster top air chamber produces an even airflow across the product bed without air-adjusting baffles or balancing fans, while its bottom air chamber produces a high airflow for drying at the wet end of the product flow. With the dryer, airflow doesn’t need balancing for changes in product thickness, resident time, size, capacity or other factors; only air volume, which is controlled with a frequency drive, needs adjusting.

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