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... for example for the production of powdery nutritional supplements and effervescent tablets

Vitamins, micronutrients, functional active ingredients, aromas, food colorings, binding agents, etc. are homogenized in the amixon® mixer in a micro fine process. The mixing chamber is filled with nitrogen, so that the mixing process takes place without oxygen. Hence, the goods are protected against oxidation. Even the smallest components such as vitamins, micronutrients, enzymes etc. are homogeneously distributed. The mixing process is particularly gentle. Agglomeration is also possible. This enables the creation of functional powders and solid tablets with homogeneous porosity, even coloring and excellent solubility.

In the amixon® mixer, an ideal mixing effect is achieved by a three dimensional total flow. Technically ideal mixing results are achieved very fast after 40 to 160 revolutions. The helical tool initiates an upward movement of the goods along the periphery. The downward movement of the goods takes place in the center of the vessel. This type of rearrangement works quickly, reliably and without any dead space at different filling levels. On demand choppers can enhance the liquid incorporation and homogeneity. The patented ComDisc® system enables an effective discharge of up to 99.99%.

amixon® blenders meet the highest hygienic demands and fulfill all current hygiene regulations: GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice), FDA (Food & Drug Administration) and EHEDG (European Hygienic Equipment Design Group).