Innovations

Easy-to-Clean Feeder Valve

With revolutionary range of capacities

Dinnissen Process Technology has developed a highly innovative Easy-to-Clean Feeder Valve with a revolutionary range of capacities. The new Feeder Valve is price-friendly in terms of investment, maintenance and use.

Production capacity ranging from 6 kg to 50 tons per hour.
The ability to produce a wide range of product types and volumes with a single investment is becoming increasingly critical for a great many businesses. Process equipment therefore needs to be able to function effectively in a wide range of production processes and also be easy to maintain and clean. In response to these demands, Dinnissen focuses primarily on developing process oriented solutions that comply with these requirements. The revolutionary Easy-to- Clean Feeder Valve, with a hitherto unknown range of capacities, is an example of this. The production capacity of this highly innovative dosage valve can be easily and quickly set to a value between 6 kg and 50 tons per hour! The valve has a simple and sturdy design with only a single drive unit, and the compact installation height of only 150 mm makes it suitable for integration into a wide variety of production environments. The compact and simple design also minimizes the amount of product residue left behind and facilitates quick and thorough cleaning. It is very energy-efficient in use, thereby minimizing operational costs. The purchase price of the new feeder valve is also significantly lower than the competition, and it can be used in a much wider range of applications.



About Dinnissen

Dinnissen Process Technology offers you a unique mix of expertise plus contracting and manufacturing facilities: from a stand-alone machine to a complete turnkey system, from pre-engineering to project management, and from design to assembly to start-up. Our one-stop shopping concept enables us to operate independently of third-party suppliers. Our extensive international network ensures that we can deliver anywhere in the world.

Friday December, 15
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