Grinding mill

March 28, 2003
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The Dry Grinding and Dispersion division of NETZSCH Incorporated introduced a flexible, high speed Universal Mill CUM that can be used for the production of cocoa powder and sugar. It provides precise control of particle size with no over- or under-size particles. This helps control flavor and consistency.

The NETZSCH-CONDUX® Universal Mill CUM allows efficient processing of materials between 50 and 2000µm. Depending upon the material to be processed and desired end product fineness, easily interchangeable grinding elements, such as blast and pin rotors, enable adaptation to differing needs. Applications include chocolate powder mass, cocoa crumbs, corn, dextrose, lactose powder, and wheat. In addition, crystal sugar or refined sugar can be milled with this machine to produce quality commercial icing.

NETZSCH Incorporated
Tel: 610-363-8010
Fax 610-363-0971
Email: grinding@netzschusa.com
Website: www.netzschusa.com

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