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MACARONI PRODUCTION LINE

We design and manufacture industrial


lines for production of non-filled pasta,
either dry or fresh
Production capability from 150 Kg/h to
500 Kg/h (12 tons/day per each
production line)
Pasta can be:
Extruded (like spaghetti, fusilli, maccheroni, etc.).
Laminated (like tagliatelle, pappardelle, tagliolini, etc.).
Formed on conveyor belt (like trofie, cavatelli, olive leaves etc.).
The lines are made of the following sections:
1)Dough mixing
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We design and manufacture industrial
lines for production of non-filled pasta, filled pasta,
Production capability from 150 Kg/h to Production capability from 150 Kg/h to
500 Kg/h (12 tons/day per each 500 Kg/h (12 tons/day per each
production line) production line)
Pasta can be: Pasta can be:
Extruded Extruded (like spaghetti, fusilli, maccheroni, etc.). (like spaghetti, fusilli, maccheroni, etc.).
Laminated Laminated (like tagliatelle, pappardelle, tagliolini, etc.). (like tagliatelle, pappardelle, tagliolini, etc.).
Formed on conveyor belt Formed on conveyor belt
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According to the type of dough,
production capabilities and customer's
need, the mixing can be prepared using an
automatic continuous mixer which doesn't
require manual help or with semi-
automatic batch mixers.
In the former case the ingredients are
blended and dosed automatically in a
centrifuge according to pre-programmed
recipes.
On the other end, in semi-automatic batch
mixing ingredients are dosed manually;
the mixing is prepared in a secondary
hopper and is transferred to the forming
machine only when the batch is ready.
Both processes are continuous, but the
latter requires more human labour.
2)Product forming
The dough can be shaped into non-filled pasta in three different ways:
Extrusion.
Allows to produce the wider range of
products in the easier way. The dough is
compressed at high pressure and forced
through the tiny holes of a die.
The extruded pasta is the n cut to the
desired length.
This process is used to produce the better
known shapes of non-filled pasta, like
spaghetti, maccheroni, fusilli, penne,
and more complicate shapes like
radiators or wheels.
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The dough can be shaped into non The dough can be shaped into non--filled pasta in three different ways: filled pasta in three different ways:
Allows to produce Allows to produce the wider range of the wider range of
products in the easier way. The dough is products in the easier way. The dough is
compressed at high pressure and forced compressed at high pressure and forced
through the tiny holes of a die. through the tiny holes of a die.
The extruded pasta is the n cut to the The extruded pasta is the n cut to the
desired length. desired length.
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Both processes are continuous, but the Both processes are continuous, but the
Lamination.
Allows to produce only flat shapes, but is
often considered the most traditional
process.
The dough is laminated through two
strong rollers to obtain a sheet (sfoglia),
normally as thick as the final product.
The sheet is then cut into strips of the
desired width and length to obtain smaller
sheets or linguini, pappardelle,
tagliatelle, square spaghetti (spaghetti
alla chitarra). This shapes can be left flat
or nested with a nesting machine.
Shaping on a belt.
This process allows only to produce
special shapes, traditionally twisted or
dragged by hand.
The dough is twisted and dragged on a
conveyor belt to simulate the work of the
hand and obtain the desired shape, like
trofie, cavatelli, olive leaves, etc...
3)Thermic treatment
Drying.
This is the thermic process more widely
used to preserve non filled pasta.
Humidity rate of the product is
significantly reduced in suitable drying
rooms according to proper temperature
and humidity cycles. Drying cycles are
critical to obtain a good result and Italgi
dryers are fully programmable to allow
our technician to study the best solution
for each customer.
Drying cycle can be completely automatic
on conveyor belts for high productions or
semi-automatic on trays and trolleys for
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special shapes, traditionally twisted or
The dough is twisted and dragged on a The dough is twisted and dragged on a
conveyor belt to simulate the work of the conveyor belt to simulate the work of the
hand and obtain the desired shape, like hand and obtain the desired shape, like
trofie, cavatelli, olive leaves, etc... trofie, cavatelli, olive leaves, etc...
3)Thermic treatment 3)Thermic treatment
Drying. Drying.
This is the thermic process more widely This is the thermic process more widely
used to preserve non filled pasta. used to preserve non filled pasta.
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This process allows only to produce This process allows only to produce
special shapes, traditionally twisted or special shapes, traditionally twisted or
lower productions.
Pasteurization.
Laminated pasta or pasta shaped on belts
sometimes is sold fresh. In this case the
product is pasteurized (overheated for a
short time to reduce bacteria charge) to
increase its shelf-life.
Pasta is carried by conveyor belts through
a pasteurizing tunnel and then through a
cooling tunnel. All the process can be
automatic and continuous without contacts
with the operator.
4)Packing
At the end of the thermic process, the
product can be packed in boxes or bags
(dryed) or in sealed plastic trays
(pasteurized)
Price ranges from 500.000 to 4 millions
euro for short/long macaroni plus flour
mill (if requested) from 1 to 2 millions
plus hangar and civil/electrical/water
works for 2 millions euro plus laboratory,
automation, training, know-how and
accessories.
A MEDIUM FACTORY (SHORT/LONG
MACARONI + FLOUR) COSTS
9.600.000 EURO WITH
INSTALLATION AND TRAINING.
Please provide us with following basic
information: types of macaroni, capacity
per type (ton/day).
Technology consulting and
engineering
Our specially trained engineers apply their
(dryed) or in sealed plastic trays
Price ranges from 500.000 to 4 millions Price ranges from 500.000 to 4 millions
euro for short/long macaroni plus flour euro for short/long macaroni plus flour
(if requested) from 1 to 2 millions (if requested) from 1 to 2 millions
plus hangar and civil/electrical/water plus hangar and civil/electrical/water
works for 2 millions euro plus laboratory, works for 2 millions euro plus laboratory,
automation, training, know automation, training, know
accessories. accessories.
A MEDIUM FACTORY (SHORT/LONG A MEDIUM FACTORY (SHORT/LONG
MACARONI + FLOUR) COSTS MACARONI + FLOUR) COSTS
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At the end of the thermic process, the At the end of the thermic process, the
product can be packed in boxes or bags product can be packed in boxes or bags
know-how profitably also to our
customers projects. Our consulting
services are based on an integral approach
to ensure sustainable solutions offering an
optimal cost-to-benefit ratio. Buhler
development engineers work in teams
across the boundaries of individual
projects and business units to generate
innovative solutions.
Our technology consulting and
engineering services include especially:
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Design and development of new
processes and production systems
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Fine-tuning of plant and equipment
processes
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Start-up of production systems with high
uptime
-Preparation of investment decisions
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Comprehensive process technology
consulting
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General project management and
engineering
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Consulting in the field of international
standards
-Analyses and identification of needs
-Customized project organization
In all our projects, we focus on clear
project goals, realistic budgeting and
scheduling, and smooth communications.
If you wish to learn more about our
technology consulting and engineering
services, please contact us.
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General project management and General project management and
in the field of international in the field of international
Analyses and identification of needs Analyses and identification of needs
Customized project organization Customized project organization
In all our projects, we focus on clear In all our projects, we focus on clear
project goals, realistic budgeting and project goals, realistic budgeting and
scheduling, and smooth communications. scheduling, and smooth communications.
If you wish to If you wish to
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up of production systems with high
Preparation of investment decisions Preparation of investment decisions
Comprehensive process technology Comprehensive process technology
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Modula
Sheeter-based modular
pasta maker
Modula is the ultimate professional
combined pasta maker. It has been
designed to match the needs of
restaurants, canteens, rotisseries,
bakeries and other pasta related
business. It allows the production of
several kinds and shapes of pasta and
requires a limited kitchen space.
The modular structure of this pasta machine allows a smart investment: you can
buy the whole machine or purchase the accessories in a second time, thanks to
their assembling easiness.
The sheeter is Modula's core. It produces the pasta sheet to feed the other parts of
the machine or to use as it is, as for lasagne; an innovative device simplifies the
insertion of the dough into the rollers and makes the sheeter safe.
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Modula is the ultimate professional
combined pasta maker. It has been combined pasta maker. It has been
designed to match the needs of designed to match the needs of
restaurants, canteens, rotisseries, restaurants, canteens, rotisseries,
bakeries and other pasta related bakeries and other pasta related
business. It allows the production of business. It allows the production of
everal kinds and shapes of pasta and everal kinds and shapes of pasta and
requires a limited kitchen space. requires a limited kitchen space.
The modular structure of this pasta machine allows a smart investment: you can The modular structure of this pasta machine allows a smart investment: you can
buy the whole machine or purchase the accessories in a second time, thanks to buy the whole machine or purchase the accessories in a second time, thanks to
their assembling easines their assembling easines
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based modular based modular
pasta maker pasta maker
You can add these devices to the
sheeter:
A. overturning mixing hopper with
detachable mixing arm for easy
cleaning operations;
B. three sizes cutter for tagliolini,
square spaghetti, tagliatelle and
pappardelle;
C. double sheet ravioli group with
interchangeable moulds, which
makes easy and quick to produce
different shapes of ravioli;
D. gnocchi group , which makes
potato dumplings and "chicche"
and has a built-in flour dispenser.
Several international patents cover Modula's innovative devices and technical
solutions. As a result of Italgi's long experience in the automation of pasta
production, the machine is strong and reliable, safe and easy to use and fast to
clean.
PASTA MAKER DIMENSIONS
Sheeter
60 Kg
(132 lb)
37x45x50 cm
(14"1/2x18"x20")
Sheeter + mixing hopper
70 Kg
(155 lb)
37x45x50 cm
(14"1/2x18"x20")
Sheeter + mixing hopper + cutter
78 Kg
(172 lb)
59x45x50 cm
(23"1/2x18"x20")
Sheeter + mixing hopper + ravioli
96 Kg
(212 lb)
72x45x90 cm
(28"1/2x18"x35"1/2)
Sheeter + mixing hopper + cutter + ravioli
104 Kg
(230 lb)
95x45x90 cm
(37"1/2x18"x35"1/2)
TECHNICAL DATA
Sheeter rollers width mm 200 (7"3/4)
Mixing hopper capacity Kg 4 (8,5 lb)
Cutter sizes mm 1,8 - 6 - 10
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Sheeter + mixing ho Sheeter + mixing hopper pper
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production, the machine is strong and reliable, safe and easy to use and fast to
PASTA MAKER DIMENSIONS PASTA MAKER DIMENSIONS
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Sheeter + mixing hopper + cutter Sheeter + mixing hopper + cutter
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ravioli group
interchangeable moulds, interchangeable moulds,
makes easy and quick to produce makes easy and quick to produce
different shapes of ravioli; different shapes of ravioli;
gnocchi group gnocchi group , which makes , which makes
potato dumplings and "chicche" potato dumplings and "chicche"
and has a built and has a built-in flour dispenser.
Several international patents cover Modula's innovative devices and technical Several international patents cover Modula's innovative devices and technical
As a result of Italgi's long experience in the automation of pasta As a result of Italgi's long experience in the automation of pasta
production, the machine is strong and reliable, safe and easy to use and fast to production, the machine is strong and reliable, safe and easy to use and fast to
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Max electric consume kw 0,65
Pasta maker motor power Hp 0,75
Multipla
Extruder-based combined pasta machine
Multipla is the combined pasta machine designed by Italgi for
restaurants, canteens, rotisseries, bakeries and other pasta related
business looking for a machine able to make several kinds of
pasta, with reduced dimensions and for a small investment.
Multipla can produce:
x short and long cut fresh pasta and sheet for lasagne; by
simply changing the die, you can make spaghetti,
tagliatelle, maccheroni, fusilli, penne and more shapes of
pasta...
x ravioli with different shapes thanks to the interchangeable
moulds and the possibility to prepare the sheet rollers for
ravioli group with the automatic dough roller
x gnocchi and "chicche" with the accessory device, very quick
and easy to plug into the ravioli group
The innovative design solutions and the care in construction assure
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-based combined pasta machine based combined pasta machine
Multipla is the combined pasta machine designed by Italgi for Multipla is the combined pasta machine designed by Italgi for
restaurants, canteens, rotisseries, bakeries and other pasta related restaurants, canteens, rotisseries, bakeries and other pasta related
business looking for a machine able to make several kinds of business looking for a machine able to make several kinds of
pasta, with reduced dim pasta, with reduced dimensions and for a small investment. ensions and for a small investment.
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Multip Multipla
based combined pasta machine
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the maximum easiness to use, cleaning, safety and long life,
following Italgi's tradition in the pasta machines.
TECHNICAL DATA
Dimensions
75x80x100 cm
(29"1/2x31"1/2x40")
Weight 102 Kg (225 lb)
Mixing hopper capacity 4 Kg (8,5 lb)
Ravioli sheet width 100 mm (4")
Pasta production in extrusion Kg/h 15 / 18
Ravioli production Kg/h 25
Gnocchi production Kg/h 20
Motors power Hp 0,75+0,25
Max electric consumption kw 0,75
COMBIMAX
Extruder-based combined pasta machine
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Max electric consumption kw 0,75 kw 0,75
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Kg/h 15 / 18
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Kg/h 25
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Kg/h 20 Kg/h 20
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Hp 0,75+0,25 Hp 0,75+0,25
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kw 0,75
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Combimax is the combined pasta machine designed by
Italgi for any pasta related business looking for a single
machine able to make several kinds of pasta, with high
production in a limited size.
Combimax can produce:
x short and long cut fresh pasta; by simply changing
the die, you can make spaghetti, tagliatelle,
maccheroni, fusilli, penne and more
x sheet for lasagne; with a suitable die
x ravioli with different shapes thanks to the
interchangeable moulds and the possibility to
prepare the sheet rollers for ravioli group with
the automatic dough roller
The machine is built in AISI 304 stainless steel and is
assembled on a trolley to store it in corner when not in
use.
The double sheet ravioli group makes a wide range of
different shapes and sizes of ravioli, either square,
round, triangle or half-moon. The ravioli come out
already separated by the machine.
The innovative design solutions and the care in
construction assure the maximum easiness to use,
cleaning, safety and long life, following Italgi's
tradition in pasta machines.
TECHNICAL DATA
Dimensions
85x110x170 cm
(33"1/2x43"1/2x67")
Weight 200 Kg (440 lb)
Mixing hopper capacity 10 Kg (22 lb)
Ravioli sheet width 120 mm (4"3/4)
Pasta production in
extrusion
Kg/h 50 / 55
Ravioli production Kg/h 50
Gnocchi production Kg/h 50
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The double sheet ravioli group makes a wide range of
shapes and sizes of ravioli, either square, of ravioli, either square,
round, triangle or half- round, triangle or half moon. The ravioli come out moon. The ravioli come out
already separated by the machine. already separated by the machine.
The innovative design The innovative design solutions and the care in solutions and the care in
construction assure the maximum easiness to use, construction assure the maximum easiness to use,
cleaning, safety and long life, following Italgi's cleaning, safety and long life, following Italgi's
tradition in pasta machines. tradition in pasta machines.
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and the possibility to
prepare the sheet rollers for ravioli group with prepare the sheet rollers for ravioli group with
The machine is built in AISI 304 stainless steel and is The machine is built in AISI 304 stainless steel and is
to store it in corner when not in to store it in corner when not in
The double sheet ravioli group makes a wide range of The double sheet ravioli group makes a wide range of
of ravioli, either square,
Motors power kW 1,7+0,6
Max electric
consumption
kW 2,3
Dupla
Ravioli and gnocchi machine
Dupla can produce:
x ravioli with different shapes thanks to the interchangeable
moulds
x gnocchi and "chicche" with the accessory device, very quick and
easy to plug into the ravioli group
TECHNICAL DATA
Dimensions
50x55x100 cm
(20"x22"x39"1/2)
Weight 55 Kg (121 lb)
Ravioli sheet width 100 mm (4")
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Dupla can produce: Dupla can produce:
with different shapes with different shapes
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Ravioli production Kg/h 25
Gnocchi production Kg/h 20
Motors power Hp 0,25
Max electric consumption kw 0,4
Micra
Pasta machine
Micra is the fresh pasta machine for restaurants,
canteens, bakeries and other users looking for
small production at a minimum investment.
By simply changing the die , Micra can make
spaghetti, tagliatelle, maccheroni, fusilli and
many other shapes. The optional electronic cutter
makes even simpler the production of short cut
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Micra is the fresh pasta machine for restaurants, Micra is the fresh pasta machine for restaurants,
pasta. Micra can also produce sheet for lasagne
with a special die.
Food graded materials and the safety devices
allow a simple use and cleaning of Micra and -
together with the strong and well tested
mechanics - they are the best guarantee for a
long life of the machine.
TECHNICAL DATA
Die diameter mm
Production in
extrusion
Kg/h 6
Mixing hopper
capacity
Kg 1,5
Dimensions
cm 30 x 45 x 45h
12" x 18" x 18"
Weight kg 40
Motor power Hp 0,5
Electric power kW 0,4
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kW 0,4 kW 0,4
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12" x 18" x 18"
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Hp 0,5 Hp 0,5
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Estro
Pasta machine
Estro is a pasta machine suitable for restaurants, hotels, communities,
canteens, bakeries and food shops; the pleasant look makes it perfect
to be used in front of the customer
It makes a lot of different shapes and sizes of fresh pasta like
spaghetti, bucatini, fusilli, maccheroni, tagliatelle. With a special die
it also makes pasta sheets for lasagna

The machine is very easy to use and service, thanks to the simple and
reliable mechanics and the compact electronic panel. In order to keep
the machine in the best hygienic conditions and make it last longer,
the kneading bin, the worm gear, the mixing arm and the body are
made of AISI 304 stainless steel. The absence of groves where food
residuals can hide make cleaning very quick as well. For user safety,
every potentially harmful part of the machine have suitable safety
protection.
The machine is available 220 Volts single phase or 240 Volts single
phase. The standard equipment includes the electronic cutter for
short pasta (like fusilli, gnocchetti, maccheroni...) and a stainless
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Pasta machin Pasta machin
Estro is a pasta machine suitable for restaurants, hotels, communities, Estro is a pasta machine suitable for restaurants, hotels, communities,
canteens, bakeries and food shops; the pleasant look makes it perfect canteens, bakeries and food shops; the pleasant look makes it perfect
to be used in front of the customer to be used in front of the customer
It makes a lot of different It makes a lot of different
spaghetti, bucatini, fusilli, maccheroni, tagliatelle. With a special die spaghetti, bucatini, fusilli, maccheroni, tagliatelle. With a special die
it also makes pasta sheets for it also makes pasta sheets for
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steel basket. A stainless steel trolley is available on request.
The Estro can be used together with our ravioli machines.
TECHNICAL DATA
Die diameter mm 75
Production in extrusion Kg/h 18
Mixing hopper capacity Kg 4
Dimensions
cm 30 x 80 x 45h
12" x 31"1/2 x 18"
Weight kg 65
Motor power Hp 1
Electric power kW 0,75
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TECHNICAL DATA
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mm 75 mm 75
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P17
Pasta machine
P17 is a pasta machine suitable for restaurants, hotels, communities, bakeries and
supermarkets; the pleasant look makes it perfect to be used in front of the customer.
It makes a lot of different shapes and sizes of fresh pasta like spaghetti, bucatini,
fusilli, maccheroni, tagliatelle. With a special die it also makes penne or pasta
sheets for lasagne.
The machine is very easy to use and service, thanks to the simple and reliable
mechanics and the compact electronic panel. In order to keep the machine in the
best hygienic conditions and make it last longer, the mixing hopper, the worm gear,
the mixing arm and the body are made of AISI 304 stainless steel. The absence of
groves where food residuals can hide make it very quick to clean. For user safety,
every potentially harmful part of the machine have suitable safety protection.
The machine is available 220 Volts single phase, 240 Volts single phase and 380
Volts triphase. The standard equipment includes the electronic cutter for short
pasta (like fusilli, gnocchetti, maccheroni...), a stainless steel trolley and a fan for
superficial drying of pasta.
The P17 is perfect to be used together with our ravioli machines.
TECHNICAL DATA
Die diameter mm 94
Production in extrusion Kg/h 30
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supermarkets; the pleasant look makes it perfect to be used in front of the customer. supermarkets; the pleasant look makes it perfect to be used in front of the customer.
shapes and sizes shapes and sizes of fresh pasta like spaghetti, bucatini,
fusilli, maccheroni, tagliatelle. With a special die it also makes penne or pasta fusilli, maccheroni, tagliatelle. With a special die it also makes penne or pasta
The machine is very easy to use and service, thanks to the simple and reliable The machine is very easy to use and service, thanks to the simple and reliable
anics and the compact electronic panel. In order to keep the machine in the anics and the compact electronic panel. In order to keep the machine in the
best hygienic conditions and make it last longer, the mixing hopper, the worm gear, best hygienic conditions and make it last longer, the mixing hopper, the worm gear,
the mixing arm and the body are made of the mixing arm and the body are made of
groves where fo groves where food residuals can hide make it very quick to clean. For user safety, od residuals can hide make it very quick to clean. For user safety,
every potentially harmful part of the machine have suitable safety protection. every potentially harmful part of the machine have suitable safety protection.
The machine is available 220 Volts single phase, 240 Volts single phase and 380 The machine is available 220 Volts single phase, 240 Volts single phase and 380
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P17 is a pasta machine suitable for restaurants, hotels, communities, bakeries and P17 is a pasta machine suitable for restaurants, hotels, communities, bakeries and
supermarkets; the pleasant look makes it perfect to be used in front of the customer.
Mixing hopper capacity Kg 7
Dimensions
cm 36 x 98 x 144h
14"1/2 x 38"1/2 x 57"
Weight kg 120
Motor power Hp 1
Electric power kW 0,8
P35A
Pasta machine
The P35A is a pasta machine suitable for pasta shops, restaurants, hotels,
bakeries, big communities and supermarkets; the pleasant look makes it perfect
to be used in front of the customer.
It makes a lot of different shapes and sizes of fresh pasta like spaghetti,
bucatini, fusilli, maccheroni, tagliatelle. With a special die it also makes
penne or pasta sheets for lasagne.
The machine is very easy to use and service, thanks to the simple and reliable
mechanics and the compact electronic panel. In order to keep the machine in
the best hygienic conditions and make it last longer, the body and all the parts
in contact with the dough are made of AISI 304 stainless steel, except for the
die, made of a metal alloy suitable for foodstuff. The absence of groves where
food residuals can hide make it very quick to clean. The extrusion pipe is
water-cooled to lower the heat generated by pressure; a stainless steel
propeller at the end of the worm gear optimizes pressure inside the extruder.
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For user safety, every potentially harmful part of the machine have suitable
safety protection.
The machine is available 220 Volts single phase, 240 Volts single phase and
380 Volts triphase. The standard equipment includes the electronic cutter for
short pasta (like fusilli, gnocchetti, maccheroni...), a stainless steel trolley and a
fan for superficial drying of pasta.
The P35A is perfect to be used together with our ravioli machines.
TECHNICAL DATA
Die diameter mm 109
Production in extrusion Kg/h 55
Mixing hopper capacity Kg 10
Dimensions
cm 55 x 110x 132h
22" x 43"1/2 x 52"
Weight kg 150
Motor power Hp 2
Electric power kW 1,7
P55DV
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22" x 43"1/2 x 52" 22" x 43"1/2 x 52"
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The P55DV is a pasta machine suitable for pasta shops, restaurants, hotels,
bakeries, big communities and supermarkets; the pleasant look makes it perfect to
be used in front of the customer.
It makes a lot of different shapes and sizes of fresh pasta like spaghetti, bucatini,
fusilli, maccheroni, tagliatelle. With a special die it also makes penne or pasta
sheets for lasagne.
The machine is very easy to use and service, thanks to the simple and reliable
mechanics and the compact electronic panel. In order to keep the machine in the
best hygienic conditions and make it last longer, the body and all the parts in
contact with the dough are made of AISI 304 stainless steel, except for the die,
made of a metal alloy suitable for foodstuff. The absence of groves where food
residuals can hide make it very quick to clean. The extrusion pipe is water-cooled
to lower the heat generated by pressure; a stainless steel propeller at the end of
the worm gear optimizes pressure inside the extruder.
The P55DV is equipped with a second hopper which mixes the dough while the
main hopper keeps extruding the product, without stopping the production cycle
for mixing. For user safety, every potentially harmful part of the machine have
suitable safety protections.
The machine is available 220 Volts single phase, 240 Volts single phase and 380
Volts triphase. The standard equipment includes the second hopper, the
electronic cutter for short pasta (like fusilli, gnocchetti, maccheroni...), a stainless
steel trolley and a fan for superficial drying of pasta.
The P55DV can easily prepare dough sheets to feed our ravioli machines.
TECHNICAL DATA
Die diameter mm 109
Production in extrusion Kg/h 55
Mixing hopper capacity Kg 10 + 8
Dimensions
cm 86 x 110x 168h
34" x 43"1/2 x 66"1/2
Weight kg 180
Motor power Hp 2 + 0,75
Electric power kW 2
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for short pasta (like fusilli, gnocchetti, maccheroni...), a stainless for short pasta (like fusilli, gnocchetti, maccheroni...), a stainless
steel trolley and a fan for superficial drying of pasta. steel trolley and a fan for superficial drying of pasta.
The P55DV can easily prepare dough sheets to feed our The P55DV can easily prepare dough sheets to feed our
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made of a metal alloy suitable for foodstuff. The absence of groves where food
residuals can hide make it very quick to clean. The extrusion pipe is residuals can hide make it very quick to clean. The extrusion pipe is water water
propeller propeller at the end of at the end of
the worm gear optimizes pressure inside the extruder.
which mixes the dough while the which mixes the dough while the
main hopper keeps extruding the product, without stopping the production cycle main hopper keeps extruding the product, without stopping the production cycle
safety, every potentially harmful part of the machine have safety, every potentially harmful part of the machine have
The machine is available 220 Volts single phase, 240 Volts single phase and 380 The machine is available 220 Volts single phase, 240 Volts single phase and 380
Volts triphase. The standard equipment includes the Volts triphase. The standard equipment includes the second hopper
for short pasta (like fusilli, gnocchetti, maccheroni...), a stainless
P80A
Pasta machine
The P80A is a pasta machine suitable for pasta wholesalers, big bakeries, big
communities and supermarkets; the pleasant look makes it perfect to be used in
front of the customer.
It makes a lot of different shapes and sizes of fresh pasta like spaghetti, bucatini,
fusilli, maccheroni, tagliatelle. With a special die it also makes penne or pasta
sheets for lasagne.
In order to keep the machine in the best hygienic conditions and make it last
longer, the body and all the parts in contact with the dough are made of AISI 304
stainless steel or a metal alloy suitable for foods. The extrusion pipe is water-
cooled to lower the heat generated by pressure; a propeller at the end of the
worm gear optimizes pressure inside the extruder.
For user safety, every potentially harmful part of the machine have suitable
safety protections.
The machine is available 220 Volts triphase or 380 Volts triphase. The standard
equipment includes two electronic cutters, one for short pasta (like fusilli,
gnocchetti, maccheroni...), and one for long pasta and a fan for superficial drying
of pasta.
The P80A can easily prepare dough sheets to feed our ravioli machines.
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communities and supermarkets; the pleasant look makes it perfect to be used in communities and supermarkets; the pleasant look makes it perfect to be used in
It makes a lot of different shapes and sizes shapes and sizes
fusilli, maccheroni, tagliatelle. With a special die it also makes penne or pasta fusilli, maccheroni, tagliatelle. With a special die it also makes penne or pasta
sheets for lasagne.
In order to keep the machine in the best hygienic conditions and make it last In order to keep the machine in the best hygienic conditions and make it last
longer, th longer, the body and all the parts in contact with the dough are made of e body and all the parts in contact with the dough are made of
stainless steel stainless steel or a metal alloy suitable for foods. The extrusion pipe is or a metal alloy suitable for foods. The extrusion pipe is
to lower the heat generated by pressure; to lower the heat generated by pressure;
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The P80A is a pasta machine suitable for pasta wholesalers, big bakeries, big The P80A is a pasta machine suitable for pasta wholesalers, big bakeries, big
communities and supermarkets; the pleasant look makes it perfect to be used in
TECHNICAL DATA
Die diameter mm 150
Production in extrusion Kg/h 150
Mixing hopper capacity Kg 50
Dimensions
cm 84 x 135x 176h
33" x 53" x 70"
Weight kg 520
Motor power Hp 5
Electric power kW 5,8
P150DV
Pasta machine
The P150ADV is an industrial duty line for continuos production of fresh
pasta. The line is composed by a mixing hopper Mod. V80, a conveyor belt
Mod. NA and a pasta machine Mod. P80A.
The mixing hopper Mod.V80 allows to prepare the mixture, while the
machine continues the extrusion of pasta; the conveyor belt Mod.NA conveys
the mixed dough directly to the main hopper of pasta machine Mod. P80.
The extrusion sleeve is equipped with an open-circuit water cooling system
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that helps dissipating the heat generated by the pressure. The control panel
gives a digital readout of the extrusion temperature. The hoppers and the
bodies of the machines are made with AISI 304 stainless steel.
By simply changing over the die Mod.P150DV can produce many pasta
shapes, such as spaghetti, tagliatelle, fusilli, macaroni, gnocchetti, etc. By
means of special dies it is also possible to make penne and sheet for lasagne.
The standard outfit also comprises a fun dryer for drying pasta superficially
and two electronic cutters: one for short pasta cutting and one for long pasta
cutting.
The P150DV can easily prepare dough sheets to feed our forming machines
for stuffed pasta in continuous production lines.
For the operator's safety, every potentially hazardous component of the
machine is fitted with suitable protection in accordance with law.
TECHNICAL DATA
Die diameter mm 150
Production in extrusion Kg/h 150
Mixing hopper capacity Kg 50 + 80
Dimensions
cm 135x 300 x 215h
53" x 118" x 85"
Weight kg 880
Motor power Hp 5 + 3
Electric power kW 8,5
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For the operator's safety, every potentially hazardous component of the For the operator's safety, every potentially hazardous component of the
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Automatic continuos mixers and extruders
High volume continuos cycle machines
For high volume industrial production of extruded pasta, Italgi designs and
manufactures continuous extruders with essential and strong mechanics, high
flexibilty, small sizes and robust structure.
Pasta is produced continuously and all the production parameters can be easily
changed. Low number of revolutions and reduced extruding temperature ensure
a perfect quality of the final product.
On request, machines can be built with total vacuum technology, for a more
compact texture of the product.
The ingredients are dosed
continuously, with a batcher for flour
and volumetric pumps for liquids. For a
perfectly homogeneous mix,
ingredients are first pre-mixed in a
centrifuge and then mixed in a mixing
hopper; the dough is then extruded by a
high efficiency screw in special steel.
Machines are supplied complete with
platform and railing, access stair,
footboard in skidproof sheet metal,
batchers for raw materials and
automatic system for waste recovery
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High volume continuos cycle machines
For high volume industrial production of extruded pasta, Italgi designs and strial production of extruded pasta, Italgi designs and
manufactures continuous extruders with essential and strong mechanics, high manufactures continuous extruders with essential and strong mechanics, high
flexibilty, small sizes and robust structure. flexibilty, small sizes and robust structure.
Pasta is produced continuously and all the production parameters can be easil Pasta is produced continuously and all the production parameters can be easil
changed. Low number of revolutions and reduced extruding temperature ensure changed. Low number of revolutions and reduced extruding temperature ensure
a perfect quality of the final product. a perfect quality of the final product.
On request, machines can be built with total vacuum technology, for a more On request, machines can be built with total vacuum technology, for a more
compact texture of the product. compact texture of the product.
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High volume continuos cycle machines High volume continuos cycle machines
TECHNICAL DATA
Die diameter mm 250 - 500
Production in extrusion Kg/h 250 - 500
Our pasta machines can produce many different shapes of pasta. Changing the die is a
very fast and easy operation. Here is an example of our standard dies, but we can also
make special shapes.
All the dies are available either with bronze inserts or teflon inserts. The former ones
give a traditional, rougher surface which collects all the sauce, while the latters give a
smoother surface but the sauce will slip away from the pasta.
Please be aware that some bigger or more complicate shapes may not be available for
smaller machines (Micra or Estro).
PA/250 PRESS MACHINE DOUBLE BIN
Press machine that can produce sheet of pasta or other
shapes changing the dies - hourly production of KGs
250 about of sheet of pasta - the attachment of the
winding mod. BS/ (bobbin-boy) allows for the
production of sheets of pasta which can be
subsequently feed the ravioli, cappelletti and agnolotti
machines, too (furnished only on request) - equipped
with a cutter for short cuts and drier with two frames -
water cooling system on the extruder head and fan -
equipped with one die for sheet of pasta - equipped
with anti-accident devices - machine painted or
stainless steel version
marking CE
Motors: Volt 220/380 three phases
Power: kW 10
Output KGs/h: 200/250 about of sheet of pasta
Dimensions: mm 1200+700 X 1800 X 2300 H
Weight: KGs 770
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Press machine that can produce sheet of pasta or other Press machine that can produce sheet of pasta or other
shapes changing the dies shapes changing the dies
250 about of sheet of pasta 250 about of sheet of pasta
winding mod. BS/ (bobbin
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very fast and easy operation. Here is an example of our standard dies, but we
All the dies are available either with bronze inserts or teflon inserts. The former ones All the dies are available either with bronze inserts or teflon inserts. The former ones
give a traditional, rougher surface which collects all the sauce, while the latters give a give a traditional, rougher surface which collects all the sauce, while the latters give a
smoother surface but the sauce will slip away from the pasta. smoother surface but the sauce will slip away from the pasta.
e be aware that some bigger or more complicate shapes may not be available for e be aware that some bigger or more complicate shapes may not be available for
PA/250 PRESS MACHINE DOUBLE BIN PA/250 PRESS MACHINE DOUBLE BIN
Accessories
SPECIAL DEVICE FOR FUSILLI TIPO
AVELLINESE
in addition of presses machines mod. P/25 - P/50 -
PA/100 and PA/250, with direct or exterior
motorization.
About this special device is possible to produce a
typical product called fusilli molisani with different
length. Hourly production rate from kg 20 to 150 max.
about.
AUTOMATIC COOLING DEVICE
Rautomatic cooling device compatible with any
press machine series P/ or PA/ it provides
temperature control of the extrusion pipe thus
avoiding overheating of the dough simple closed
circuit connection
Dimensions mm 380 X 630 X 580 H
Weight kg 20
Power KW 0,37
Motors volt 220-1F
LC/500 LM Sheeting unit
The Sheeting group is obtained with two
or three passages, according to the pasta
sheets input thickness.
The speed of each sheeter group is
independent and automatically adjusts to
the change in pasta sheet thickness of
each cylinder.
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avoiding overheating of the dough
circuit connection circuit connection
Dimensions mm Dimensions mm
Weight kg Weight kg 20 20
Power KW Power KW 0,37
Motors Motors volt 220 volt 220
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typical product called fusilli molisani with differe
Hourly production rate from kg 20 to 150 max. Hourly production rate from kg 20 to 150 max.
AUTOMATIC COOLING DEVICE AUTOMATIC COOLING DEVICE
Rautomatic cooling device Rautomatic cooling device compatible with any
press machine series P/ or PA/ press machine series P/ or PA/
temperature control of the extrusion pipe thus temperature control of the extrusion pipe thus
avoiding overheating of the dough avoiding overheating of the dough
circuit connection circuit connection
380 X 630 X 580 H
LC/500 TRASP Conveyor
After exiting at the desired thickness, the
pasta sheet enters the Cooling Group,
consisting of a food-proof polyurethane
ridged conveyor and a set of fans.
This solution provides cooling of the pasta
sheet from above and from below.
The length of the sheet cooling section varies
according to the type of production.
The conveyors speed automatically adjusts to
the speed of the incoming sheet.
LC/500 TAGL Cutter
The Cutter consists of various groups of
selectable cutting groups, and
automatically synchronises with the other
machines of the line.
Length and type of cut are selectable with
one simply action.
The electronic cutting length control
system for the pasta sheet allows to set the
final weight with great precision.
The output product can be accessoried with
solutions and equipment suited to the
customers specific requirements, such as
conveyor belts, stackers, packaging
machines.
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automatically synchronises with the other automatically synchronises with the other
machines of the line. machines of the line.
Length and type of cut are
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The length of the sheet cooling section varies
according to the type of production. according to the type of production.
The conveyors speed The conveyors speed automatically adjusts to automatically adjusts to
the speed of the incoming sheet. the speed of the incoming sheet.
LC/500 TAGL Cutter TAGL Cutter
The Cutter The Cutter consists of various groups of
selectable cutting groups, and selectable cutting groups, and
automatically synchronises with the other
Dies for pasta machines
STANDARD DIES
Code Name Dimensions Shape
5
Angel hair
Capelli d'angelo
1 mm
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Small spaghetti
Spaghettini
1.2 mm
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Small spaghetti
Spaghettini
1.5 mm
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Spaghetti
Spaghetti
1.7 mm
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Spaghetti
Spaghetti
1.9 mm
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Spaghetti
Spaghetti
2.1 mm
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Spaghetti
Spaghetti
2.3 mm
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Spaghettini
1.2 mm 1.2 mm
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Spaghettini Spaghettini
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STANDARD DIES STANDARD DIES
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Gramigna
Gramigna
2,6 mm
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Gramigna
Gramigna
3,2 mm
19
Bavette
Bavette
2.4 mm
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Bavette
Bavette
2.8 mm
23
Tagliolini
Tagliolini
1.8 mm
24
Tagliatelle
Tagliatelle
2.5 mm
27
Tagliatelle
Tagliatelle
4.5 mm
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Tagliatelle
Tagliatelle
6 mm
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Tagliatelle
Tagliatelle
8 mm
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Pappardelle
Pappardelle
14 mm
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Tripoline
Tripoline
8 mm
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Tripoliine
Tripoline
15 mm
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Mafaldine
Mafaldine
11 mm
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4.5 mm 4.5 mm
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Tagliatelle Tagliatelle
6 mm
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Tagliatelle Tagliatelle
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Mafaldine
Mafaldine
17 mm
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Maccheroni lisci
Smooth maccheroni
2.6 mm
59
Maccheroni lisci
Smooth maccheroni
3 mm
60
Smooth maccheroni
Maccheroni lisci
3.5 mm
61
Smooth maccheroni
Maccheroni lisci
4 mm
64
Smooth maccheroni
Maccheroni lisci
6 mm
65
Smooth maccheroni
Maccheroni lisci
7 mm
68
Smooth maccheroni
Maccheroni lisci
10 mm
78
Striped maccheroni
Maccheroni rigati
4.5 mm
81
Striped maccheroni
Maccheroni rigati
6 mm
84
Striped maccheroni
Maccheroni rigati
8 mm
88
Striped maccheroni
Maccheroni rigati
10 mm
92
Striped maccheroni
Maccheroni rigati
11 mm
98
Striped maccheroni
Maccheroni rigati
13 mm
382
Striped helicoidal
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Maccheroni rigati
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Maccheroni rigati Maccheroni rigati
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Striped helicoidal
maccheroni
Maccheroni rigati
elicoidali

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Smooth curves
Curvi lisci
5 mm
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Smooth curves
Curvi lisci
6 mm
162
Smooth curves
Curvi lisci
7 mm
168
Striped curves
Curvi rigati
5 mm
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Striped curves
Curvi rigati
6 mm
171
Striped curves
Curvi rigati
8 mm
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Shells
Conchiglie
25 mm
227
Shells
Conchiglie
33 mm
230L
Smooth canisters
Canestri lisci

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Smooth canisters
Canestri lisci

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Striped canisters
Canestri rigati

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Striped canisters
Canestri rigati

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Smooth drops
Gocce lisce

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Smooth drops
Gocce lisce

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Striped drops
Gocce rigate

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Striped drops
Gocce rigate

242
Striped drops
Gocce rigate

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Triple fusilli
Fusilli a tre principi

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Triple fusilli
Fusilli a tre principi

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Double fusilli
Fusilli a due
principi
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Double fusilli
Fusilli a due
principi

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Caserecce

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Gnocchi
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Sardinian gnocchi
Gnocchetti sardi

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Sardinian gnocchi
Gnocchetti sardi

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Sardinian gnocchi
Gnocchetti sardi

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Orecchiette
Orecchiette

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Radiators
Radiatori

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Radiators
Radiatori

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Storm
Tempestina
2 mm
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Storm
Tempestina
2,5 mm
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Storm
Tempestina
3 mm
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Storm
Tempestina
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Stelline

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Stars
Stelle

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Numbers
Numeri

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Letters
Lettere

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Card seeds
Semi delle carte

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Rice grains
Grani di riso

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Melon seeds
Semi di melone

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Squares
Quadri

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Squares
Quadri

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Wheels
Ruote

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Wheels
Ruote

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Loves
Amori

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Neue He|vet|ca
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Sub|ine
Be|t dryer.
Top qua|ity short goods drying in minimum space.
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MACARONI PRODUCTION LINE
Un|que Turbothermat|k


The typ|ca| curved sty||ng of the Buh|er hor|zonta| dryer |s
the resu|t of the merg|ng of two dry|ng zones |n a s|ng|e
body. Th|s e||m|nates the space |n between the two dry|ng
zones, reduces the rad|at|on area and saves energy. ln
add|t|on, the be||y ensures opt|ma| sea||ng and easy
open|ng and c|os|ng. A|| product shapes are exce||ent|y
dr|ed |n the Buh|er Turbothermat|k

- both un|form|y and


gent|y.
The we||-rounded dryer.
n|que sty||ng for |og|ca| funct|ons.
Aerospace eng|neer|ng: The dryer pane||ng a||ows un|que |nsu|at|on va|ues
to be ach|eved.
BH|ER PASTA Be|t dryer
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The typ|ca| curved sty||ng of the Buh|er hor|zonta| dryer |s The typ|ca| curved sty||ng of the Buh|er hor|zonta| dryer |s
the resu|t of the merg|ng of two dry|ng zones |n a s|ng|e the resu|t of the merg|ng of two dry|ng zones |n a s|ng|e
body. Th|s e||m|nates the space |n between the two dry|ng body. Th|s e||m|nates the space |n between the two dry|ng
zones, reduces the rad|at|on area and saves energy. ln zones, reduces the rad|at|on area and saves energy. ln
add|t|on, the be||y ensures opt|ma| sea||ng and easy add|t|on, the be||y ensures opt|ma| sea||ng and easy
open|ng and c|os|ng. A|| product shapes are exce||ent|y open|ng and c|os|ng. A|| product shapes are exce||ent|y
dr|ed |n the Buh|er Turbothermat|k dr|ed |n the Buh|er Turbothermat|k
The we||-rounded dryer. The we||-rounded dryer.
n|que sty||ng for |og|ca| funct|ons. n|que sty||ng for |og|ca| funct|ons.
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The we||-rounded dryer. The we||-rounded dryer.
n|que sty||ng for |og|ca| funct|ons. n|que sty||ng for |og|ca| funct|ons.
H|gh throughput capac|ty
Prec|se a|r d|str|but|on and carefu| d|v|s|on of the c||mate
zones a||ow h|gh throughput capac|t|es, a|so when pro-
cess|ng spec|a|ty shapes. Th|s h|gh effc|ency |s made
poss|b|e by the extreme|y un|form a|r d|str|but|on across
the ent|re screen area. Thereby short goods ach|eve per-
fect stab|||ty w|thout dry|ng out comp|ete|y.
Opt|ma| dry|ng cyc|e
The |nd|v|dua| be|t dr|ves ensure dry|ng cyc|es wh|ch are
opt|ma||y matched to the spec|fc product rec|pe or shape.
The |n|et and out|et gates are contro||ed by a servo motor,
reduc|ng energy |oss and |mprov|ng c||mate contro|. Th|s
feature for mon|tor|ng the depth and we|ght of product |s
|ntegrated |n the contro| system.
Hyg|en|c
The patented Buh|er ma|ntenance concept sets new stan-
dards |n terms of c|ean|ng and hyg|ene. A|| components
|n contact w|th the product are made of spec|a| sta|n|ess
stee|. lmportant sect|ons are safe and easy to access by
way of p|atforms and 45-degree sta|rs.
A computer program checks the depth of product based on the product
rec|pe or shape.
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Prec|se a|r d|str|but|on and carefu| d|v|s|on of the c||mate Prec|se a|r d|str|but|on and carefu| d|v|s|on of the c||mate
zones a||ow h|gh throughput capac|t|es, a|so when pro zones a||ow h|gh throughput capac|t|es, a|so when pro
cess|ng spec|a|ty shapes. Th|s h|gh effc|ency |s made cess|ng spec|a|ty shapes. Th|s h|gh effc|ency |s made
poss|b|e by the extreme|y un|form a|r d|str|but|on across poss|b|e by the extreme|y un|form a|r d|str|but|on across
the ent|re screen area. Thereby short goods ach|eve per the ent|re screen area. Thereby short goods ach|eve per
fect stab|||ty w|thout dry|ng out comp|ete|y. fect stab|||ty w|thout dry|ng out comp|ete|y.
Opt|ma| dry|ng cyc|e Opt|ma| dry|ng cyc|e
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The patented Buh|er dry|ng process a||ows gent|e dry|ng.
Removab|e front pane|s
w|th reusab|e gaskets.
Support on the dryer roof
for fasten|ng the |nfrastructure ||nes. P|atforms on
a|| s|des, access|b|e v|a sta|rs, make c|ean|ng and
ma|ntenance eas|er.
Ma|ntenance-free fans
reduce the ma|ntenance requ|rement.
F|ex|b|e eng|neer|ng
The #nLINE

dryer modu|es offer unsurpassed var|ab|||ty


and can be confgured to su|t any ava||ab|e space d|men-
s|ons. Th|s system enab|es Buh|er eng|neers to ta||or your
product|on system to your spec|fc needs w|th|n record
t|me.
Dry|ng d|agram
R|gaton| 10 mm
Dry|ng t|me |n m|n.
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for fasten|ng the |nfrastructure ||nes. P|atforms on for fasten|ng the |nfrastructure ||nes. P|atforms on
a|| s|des, access|b|e v|a sta|rs, make c|ean|ng and a|| s|des, access|b|e v|a sta|rs, make c|ean|ng and
ma|ntenance eas|er. ma|ntenance eas|er.
Ma|ntenance-free fans Ma|ntenance-free fans
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concept meets product|on targets


The #nLINE

concept`s soph|st|cated modu|ar|ty enab|es ta||or


made product|on ||nes. The system covers a|| requ|rements |n
terms of throughput capac|ty, dry|ng t|me and product shapes.
Unsurpassed exibi|ity.
Modu|es for a|| requ|rements.
Number of be|ts Number of be|ts Number of be|ts Number of be|ts
Dryer Capac|ty kg/h Zone B1 Zone B2 Zone C1 Zone C2
TTHD-7 800 - 2500 3 4 - -
TTHD-11 1250 - 4000 5 6 - -
TTHD-11 and TTHD-9E 3200 - 8000 5 6 5 4
TTHD-9E
TTHD-11
TTHD-11
TTHD-7
Zone C1
Zone C2
Zone B1
Zone B2
Zone B1
Zone B2
Zone B1
Zone B2
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TTHD-9 HD-9E
Centra||zed contro|
The coo|er |s contro||ed by the process contro| system.
The separate c||mate contro| of each |nd|v|dua| coo|er |s
a|so poss|b|e w|th mu|t|p|e |nsta||at|ons.
Modu|ar des|gn
The modu|ar des|gn of the hor|zonta| coo|er, a||ows
ava||ab|||ty of a un|fed yet comprehens|ve range of types,
cover|ng a|| capac|ty requ|rements. The opt|ma| match|ng
of the coo|er modu|es and monob|ock un|ts prov|des a
h|gh|y fex|b|e ||ne of coo|ers.
The s|de pane|s can eas||y be removed for c|ean|ng w|thout requ|r|ng any
too|s.
Dry and dust-free
The var|ab|e be|t speed perm|ts operat|on w|th product
bed depths dependent on the product shape. The hor|zon-
ta| coo|er |s character|zed by |ts cons|stent|y h|gh coo||ng
effc|ency. An e|ectron|c dewpo|nt mon|tor|ng system and
gent|e hand||ng of the product ensure a dry and dust-free
mach|ne |nter|or.
Efc|ent coo||ng monob|ock
The coo||ng monob|ock mounted d|rect|y on the coo|er
|s therma||y and acoust|ca||y |nsu|ated. The rap|d change
f|ter system and the systemat|c prevent|on of |naccess|b|e
areas ensure top san|tat|on.
L|fet|me |ubr|cat|on
The bear|ngs are |ubr|cated for the|r ent|re serv|ce ||fe. The
convey|ng cha|ns are pretreated, s|mp||fy|ng ma|ntenance
and e||m|nat|ng the need for re|ubr|cat|on.
BH|ER 0!34!Be|t Ooo|er
#OLDCLEANANDRELIABLE
E|ectron|c dewpo|nt mon|tor|ng system.
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The coo||ng monob|ock mounted d|rect|y on the coo|er The coo||ng monob|ock mounted d|rect|y on the coo|er
|s therma||y and acoust|ca||y |nsu|ated. The rap|d change |s therma||y and acoust|ca||y |nsu|ated. The rap|d change
f|ter system and the systemat|c prevent|on of |naccess|b|e f|ter system and the systemat|c prevent|on of |naccess|b|e
areas ensure top san|tat|on. areas ensure top san|tat|on.
L|fet|me |ubr|cat|on L|fet|me |ubr|cat|on
The bear|ngs are |ubr|cated for the|r ent|re serv|ce ||fe. The The bear|ngs are |ubr|cated for the|r ent|re serv|ce ||fe. The The bear|ngs are |ubr|cated fo
convey|ng cha|ns are pretr
and e||m|nat|ng the ne
TRBK-1/2
Capacity up to 1500 kg/h
TRBK-1/3
Capacity up to 2500 kg/h
TRBK-1/4
Capacity up to 3500 kg/h
TRBK-1/5
Capacity up to 4500 kg/h
TRBK-1/6
Capacity up to 5250 kg/h
TRBK-1/7
Capacity up to 6250 kg/h
TRBK-1/8
Capacity up to 7000 kg/h
TRBK-1/9
Capacity up to 8000 kg/h




BH|ER 0!34!Be|t Ooo|er
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Customer va|ue:
The newest TKRE-S7 c||mate contro| system w||| ra|se your
ex|st|ng product|on ||nes to state-of-the-art |eve|s.
Better and more cons|stent product qua||ty through more
accurate and reproduc|b|e c||mates
Oonven|ent operat|on through an S|emens OP operator
pane|
n|fed contro| ph||osophy on ex|st|ng and new product|on
||nes
Rep|acement of the c||mate contro| system by a contro|
system w|th add|t|ona| funct|ons such as c||mate va|ue |ogg|ng,
h|stor|ca| trend|ng, rec|pe management, process v|sua||zat|on.
Package TW-03.01}
Rep|acement of the heat|ng va|ves and gate motors by heat|ng
va|ves w|th bu||t-|n lP converter and new e|ectr|c gate motors
Package TW-03.02}.
Ease of operat|on |s s|gn|fcant|y |ncreased, process
mon|tor|ng |s opt|m|zed, and spare parts ava||ab|||ty can aga|n
be guaranteed.
Opt|ma| c||mate contro| w|th
new va|ves.
No r|sk of product|on |oss due to non-ava||ab|||ty of spare
parts
Poss|b|||ty of contro|||ng the new e|ectr|c contro|
e|ements and gate motors
E||m|nat|on of the |ow-pressure compressed a|r network
for c||mate contro|
O||mate contro| system
TWHD-S7.
Buh|er pasta product|on ||nes w|thout S|emens S7
contro| system
Pass|on for Pasta.
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system w|th add|t|ona| funct|ons such as c||mate va|ue |ogg|ng, system w|th add|t|ona| funct|ons such as c||mate va|ue |ogg|ng,
h|stor|ca| trend|ng, rec|pe management, process v|sua||zat|on. h|stor|ca| trend|ng, rec|pe management, process v|sua||zat|on.
Rep|acement of the heat|ng va|ves and gate motors by heat|ng Rep|acement of the heat|ng va|ves and gate motors by heat|ng
va|ves w|th bu||t-|n lP converter and new e|ectr|c gate motors va|ves w|th bu||t-|n lP converter and new e|ectr|c gate motors
Ease of operat|on |s s|gn|fcant|y |ncreased, process Ease of operat|on |s s|gn|fcant|y |ncreased, process
mon|tor|ng |s opt|m|zed, and spare parts ava||ab|||ty can aga|n mon|tor|ng |s opt|m|zed, and spare parts ava||ab|||ty can aga|n
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Opt|ma| c||mate contro| w|th Opt|ma| c||mate contro| w|th
new va|ves. new va|ves.
Scope of supp|y.
C||mate contro|
Newest Paste|ec v|sua||zat|on system w|th add|t|ona| funct|ons such as
H|stor|ca| trend|ng
Management of up to 20 rec|pes
Process v|sua||zat|on of the c||mate zones
Oontro| of the e|ectr|c fna| contro| e|ements and actuators
Oontro| of up to max|mum 4 c||mate zones
Autonomous c||mate contro| us|ng S|emens operator pane|
The hardware |s supp||ed pre-assemb|ed so that |nsta||at|on |n ex|st|ng contro|
cab|nets can be carr|ed out w|th|n an extreme|y short t|me by a Buh|er spec|a||st.
Rep|acement k|t va|ves and gate motors
Heat|ng va|ves w|th bu||t-|n lP converter
Gate motors
Steam va|ves, |f any
var|ous m|nor components for |nsta||at|on
Offer
Retroft TW-03.01 TWHD-S7 c||mate contro| system for short-goods ||nes HT and |ong-goods ||nes HT
On-s|te t|me requ|rement approx. 4 days
Retroft TW-03.02 F|na| contro| e|ements and gate motors
On-s|te t|me requ|rement approx. 1 day/zone
Expend|ture
ln response to your |nqu|ry, we wou|d be p|eased to quote you the current pr|ces |nc|ud|ng the cost of |nsta||at|on.
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Retroft TW-03.01 TWHD-S7 c||mate contro| system for short-goods ||nes HT and |ong-goods ||nes HT Retroft TW-03.01 TWHD-S7 c||mate contro| system for short-goods ||nes HT and |ong-goods ||nes HT
Retroft TW-03.02 F|na| contro| e|ements and gate motors Retroft TW-03.02 F|na| contro| e|ements and gate motors
On-s|te t|me r On-s|te t|me requ|r equ|rement approx. 1 day/zone ement approx. 1 day/zone
ln response to your |nqu|ry, we wou|d be p|eased to quote you the current pr|ces |nc|ud|ng the cost of |nsta||at|on. ln response to your |nqu|ry, we wou|d be p|eased to quote you the current pr|ces |nc|ud|ng the cost of |nsta||at|on.
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cab|nets can be carr|ed out w|th|n an extreme|y short t|me by a Buh|er spec|a||st. cab|nets can be carr|ed out w|th|n an extreme|y short t|me by a Buh|er spec|a||st.
Innovation
Pasta produced on Buhler lines always has outstanding
cooking characteristics. Even when corn and rice are used
as raw material, the pasta has a ne taste and the typical
al-dente characteristics. For making them, the cutting-
edge Buhler Polymatik

extrusion technology is adapted


to these raw materials a patented system from Buhler
synonymous with revolutionary pasta production.
Raw materials
Corn and rice have properties which make them extremely
unsuitable for conventional pasta production processes.
Buhlers modied and patented Polymatik

technology
opens the way to use these raw materials to produce top
quality pasta. Substantial value is thereby added to corn
and rice as raw materials.
Health
The global populations nutritional needs are subject to
continuous change. Therefore, nutrition must be perma-
nently adapted to meet these new requirements. Buhler
has successfully developed and launched a new and
patented process for making corn and rice pasta. The
new corn and rice pasta produced in this process offers
a welcome change in the daily diet especially for people
suffering from celiac disease the inability to digest gluten.
The gluten-free pasta made from corn and rice on Buhler
production lines is a top quality dietetic product.
Gluten-free pasta.
Corn and rice pasta with al-dente characteristics.
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Pasta produced on Buhler lines always has outstanding Pasta produced on Buhler lines always has outstanding
cooking characteristics. Even when corn and rice are used cooking characteristics. Even when corn and rice are used
as raw material, the pasta has a ne taste and the typical as raw material, the pasta has a ne taste and the typical
al-dente characteristics. For making them, the cutting- al-dente characteristics. For making them, the cutting-
Gluten-free pasta. Gluten-free pasta.
Corn and rice pasta with al-dente characteristics. Corn and rice pasta with al-dente characteristics.
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Revolutionary.
New food
new technology.
Process
The new Polymatik

extrusion technology has become


widely accepted in the eld of classical pasta production.
It is distinguished by its fast and gentle dough mixing and
shaping process. In the production of traditional doughs
using wheat our or semolina, an optimal and homoge-
neous gluten texture is achieved within 20 seconds. The
Polymatik

is designed as an enclosed system. It mixes


all the raw materials homogeneously, taking into account
all hygienic aspects. Thanks to its forced conveying action
and short mixing times, no oxidation occurs and the color
pigments are completely preserved.
For the classical texture of traditional wheat-based pasta,
the gluten forms a rm, water-insoluble framework around
the starch granules. This is not so with pasta made from
corn or rice as raw materials. The native starch is water-
insoluble and without any adhesive or bonding character-
istics. To obtain these properties, the starch must rst
be modied in a Polymatik

extrusion press using the pa-


tented process. This modied starch is required to pro-
duce gluten-free pasta in a quality equivalent to that of
classical durum pasta.
Process reliability
With its Pastelec automation system, Buhler offers a
control system tailored to the operation of pasta pro-
duction lines. The basic system may also be retrotted
with individually available modules. The control system is
based on proven off-the-shelf products, as well as pro-
prietary developed modules suited to our special needs,
incorporating the process expertise and are continuously
rened.
Applying Buhlers of customized control technology
reduces the production managers workload, increases
protability and ensures high product quality.

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insoluble and without any adhesive or bonding character-
istics. To obtain these properties, the starch must rst istics. To obtain these properties, the starch must rst
extrusion press using the pa- extrusion press using the pa-
tented process. This modied starch is required to pro- tented process. This modied starch is required to pro-
duce gluten-free pasta in a quality equivalent to that of duce gluten-free pasta in a quality equivalent to that of
With its Pastelec automation system, Buhler offers a With its Pastelec automation system, Buhler offers a
control system tailored to the operation of pasta pro- control system tailored to the operation of pasta pro-
duction lines. The basic system may also be retrotted duction lines. The basic system may also be retrotted
with individually available modules. The control system is with individually available modules. The control system is
based on proven off-the-shelf products, as well as pro- based on proven off-the-shelf products, as well as pro-
prietary developed modules suited to our special needs, prietary developed modules suited to our special needs,
incorporating the process expertise and are continuously incorporating the process expertise and are continuously
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Quality
The quality of the new corn and rice pasta is marked by the
process the raw materials undergo inside the Polymatik


extrusion press. A specially developed heat and humidity
treatment is applied and selectively modies the starch in
the raw material. As a result, the treated starch is easier to
digest in the absence of wheat gluten.
Staple food
Corn and rice have always been staple foods. They are the
basic ingredients for a range of corn and rice dishes, eg.
mealie-pap, arepa, tortilla, ribbel and polenta. These tradi-
tional staple diets are supplemented by the foods made
according to the new Buhler production process. Process-
ing these local and traditional raw materials into pasta adds
to the variety of staple diets based on corn and rice.
Value added
The Buhler production line is based on the new Polymatik


extrusion press and the new C-line

dryer generation. The


lines produce gluten-free pasta from corn and rice at a low
cost. These locally grown raw materials can be processed
into top-quality pasta at an output as high as 3000 kg/h.
Dietetic pasta is produced in a guaranteed quality in com-
pliance with all legal requirements. The automated produc-
tion line ensures an optimal product quality, brilliant colors
and a consistent nal moisture of the products.
Staple food with added value.
Pasta based on new raw materials.
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digest in the absence of wheat gluten.
Modern nutrition.
Health and convenience.
Healthy pleasure
Corn and rice pasta are produced using state-of-the-art process technology
satisfying all the required production, sanitation and quality standards. This
guarantees perfect, high-quality products fullling all expectations with regard
to appearance and cooking characteristics. Visual aspects also contribute
to the enjoyment of healthy pleasures. Corn and rice pasta also meet top
requirements in terms of color and variety of shapes. The pasta instantized
starch makes it easier to digest and just as enjoyable to eat as traditional
durum pasta.
Wide variety
Buhler production lines do not impose any restrictions on the variety of possi-
ble shapes and colors. Excellent cooking characteristics, a ne taste, and the
typical bite are guaranteed. Let Buhler pasta experts advise you on the wide
variety of existing possibilities. The Buhler system satises the most rigorous
requirements in terms of capacity, drying time and product shapes.
Dietetic pasta
Corn and rice pasta can be offered in the marketplace as dietetic pasta and
also be produced as such. It enriches the lives especially of people with an
insufcient ability to digest wheat gluten. The new Buhler process guarantees
production in compliance with legal requirements. The careful processing of
the raw materials on a Buhler line fullls the most stringent quality demands
placed on gluten-free products. These products have become popular
among people with a high nutritional awareness and in particular celiac
disease patients.
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ble shapes and colors. Excellent cooking characteristics, a ne taste, and the
typical bite are guaranteed. Let Buhler pasta experts advise you on the wide
variety of existing possibilities. The Buhler system satises the most rigorous variety of existing possibilities. The Buhler system satises the most rigorous
requirements in terms of capacity, drying time and product shapes. requirements in terms of capacity, drying time and product shapes.
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requirements in terms of color and variety of shapes. The pasta instantized
starch makes it easier to digest and just as enjoyable to eat as traditional starch makes it easier to digest and just as enjoyable to eat as traditional
Buhler production lines do not impose any restrictions on the variety of possi- Buhler production lines do not impose any restrictions on the variety of possi-
ble shapes and colors. Excellent cooking characteristics, a ne taste, and the ble shapes and colors. Excellent cooking characteristics, a ne taste, and the
typical bite are guaranteed. Let Buhler pasta experts advise you on the wide typical bite are guaranteed. Let Buhler pasta experts advise you on the wide
variety of existing possibilities. The Buhler system satises the most rigorous
The optimized C-line

short goods line


The individual process operations dough production
using the Polymatik

extrusion press, predrying, drying,


cooling are based on the tried and tested Buhler process
technology. The optimized drying parameters are, for
instance, achieved by individually controlled horizontal
dryers. Thanks to the precise air distribution and carefully
thought-out division of the climate zones, the C-line


modules are excellently suited to the drying, cooling, and
conveying of corn and rice pasta.
The exible C-line

long goods line


The C-line

concept can be optimally tailored to the needs


of corn and rice pasta production thanks to its sophisticat-
ed modularity. Their wide capacity range enables existing
Polymatik

C-line

systems to be economically modied for


the production of corn and rice pasta.
BUHLER PASTA Corn and Rice
Your needs.
Our tailormade solutions.
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extrusion press, predrying, drying,
cooling are based on the tried and tested Buhler process cooling are based on the tried and tested Buhler process
technology. The optimized drying parameters are, for technology. The optimized drying parameters are, for
instance, achieved by individually controlled horizontal instance, achieved by individually controlled horizontal
thought-out division of the climate zones, the
modules are excellently suited to the drying, cooling, and modules are excellently suited to the drying, cooling, and
conveying of corn and rice pasta. conveying of corn and rice pasta.
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dryers. Thanks to the precise air distribution and carefully dryers. Thanks to the precise air distribution and carefully
thought-out division of the climate zones, the
modules are excellently suited to the drying, cooling, and
Buhler sees through pasta.
Innovation bred by research.
Buhler process technology experts will always arrive at absolute
perfect results and this within an extremely short time when they
collaborate closely with customers. Customers know the needs
of their specic markets and want to create innovative products.
Buhler has accumulated more than a century of experience, knows
the production processes from a wide variety of industrial food pro-
duction industries, and has the infrastructure required to transform
the most unconventional ideas into commercially feasible processes.
Customer-oriented research and development is the recipe of suc-
cess which links innovative producers with the technology leader
Buhler: Ultimately, the end consumer must like it that is what the
success of an innovation depends on.
The infrastructure available to Buhler and therefore also to inter-
ested customers for developing new products and processes is
impressive: A fully equipped food engineering laboratory, a pasta
production line for conducting experiments and numerous pro-
duction lines from all areas of the food processing industry. Lateral
thinking, incorporating the customer and simultaneous consider-
ation of the feasibility aspect are characteristics typical to Buhler
technologists and which repeatedly ensure the Group retains its
global market leadership.


Buhler has been advancing pasta process technology continuously
since 1903. Over the decades, Buhler has repeatedly dened tech-
nological milestones in the production of industrially made pasta.
Thus, Buhler launched high-temperature drying in 1984 when it in-
troduced its Turbothermatik

technology. In 1994, Polymatik

dough
mixing technology was rolled out, offering pasta producers substan-
tial commercial benets. Today, the C-line

short goods pasta line


enables pasta-makers to start up production almost twice as fast
while cutting operating and maintenance expenses.
Pasta-know-how.
A century of continuous
innovation.
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Buhler has been advancing pasta process technology continuously Buhler has been advancing pasta process technology continuously
since 1903. Over the decades, Buhler has repeatedly dened tech- since 1903. Over the decades, Buhler has repeatedly dened tech-
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duction lines from all areas of the food processing industry. Lateral
thinking, incorporating the customer and simultaneous consider-
ation of the feasibility aspect are characteristics typical to Buhler ation of the feasibility aspect are characteristics typical to Buhler
technologists and which repeatedly ensure the Group retains its technologists and which repeatedly ensure the Group retains its
Pasta-know-how. Pasta-know-how.
A century of continuous A century of continuous
innovation. innovation.
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ested customers for developing new products and processes is ested customers for developing new products and processes is
impressive: A fully equipped food engineering laboratory, a pasta impressive: A fully equipped food engineering laboratory, a pasta
production line for conducting experiments and numerous pro- production line for conducting experiments and numerous pro-
duction lines from all areas of the food processing industry. Lateral duction lines from all areas of the food processing industry. Lateral