The melting process of the blocks starts on the melting grid and is continued inside the jacketed tank. The melting grid and the jacketed tank are heated by hot water, melting by steam is an option to increase capacity.
The melting grids and the chambers are heated independently. The melting process of butter blocks is supported by a mixing element in the melting tank. Warm water is conduct through the melting grid and the jacket of the tank in one or two separate loops. The product- and the water temperatures are detected by PT-100 sensors and shown on displays.
As an option a block cutter in stainless steel can be offered.
This block cutter transfers a solid block of product (25 kg) after infeed into chips or flakes for easy re-melting in a stirrer tank.
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