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Admix ‘Beefs Up’ Its Product Line For Meat and Poultry Processors

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Admix ‘Beefs Up’ Its Product Line For Meat and Poultry Processors

Admix ‘Beefs Up’ Its Product Line For Meat and Poultry Processors
May 09
16:13 2016

Top meat and poultry processors require tough equipment that will stand up to harsh production environments. Admix has designed several products that solve key issues within the meat and poultry industry, and recently unveiled its latest line of products.

All Admix products are constructed of stainless steel and meet stringent 3-A compliance and clean-in-place standards, standing up in the toughest washdown environments. Plus, their experience mixing diverse ingredients like salts, phosphates, spices, soys, starches, and honey means that processors enjoy the highest rate of ingredient functionality for every batch. Visit admix.com/meat for more.

Designed specifically for meat and poultry processors, the Rotosolver RXRS completely wets out and disperses starches, proteins, and other difficult-to-hydrate ingredients. With a larger high-shear mix head than conventional mixers, it provides complete dispersion of powders in under 10 minutes.

Rotosolver RXRS.

Rotosolver RXRS.

Combining the proven high-shear technology of the Rotosolver with an easy-to-maintain bearing frame design and reduced RPM, the RXRS delivers lower overall operating costs, improved process results, and reduced energy consumption. Admix offers customized quotes at admix.com/quote.

Complementing the Rotosolver RXRS, the Admix Fastfeed powder feed and dispersion system ensures the consistent dispersion of dry ingredients into marinade and brine preparation tanks. This product handles the higher viscosity challenges of newer, natural ingredients while integrating in-tank shear. The Fastfeed delivers powder at controlled feed rates up to 160 pounds per minute, and deagglomerates and hydrates the toughest ingredients with 100% dispersion of difficult powders guaranteed.

Fastfeed benefits include:

  • Decreased batch times and reduced labor and ingredient costs
  • Less maintenance downtime
  • Reduced energy consumption
  • Ergonomic design to reduce the risk of operator injury
  • Increased batch consistency
  • Less air entrainment due to single pass dispersions.

AdmixLogoMay2016The Admix meat and poultry line-up is rounded out by the new OptiFeed EZ. Like the Fastfeed, this atmospheric feed system handles thicker marinades with higher viscosities and the challenges of newer, natural ingredients. Its optimized powder feed rates produce maximum yields, and its updated design makes it operator-friendly and easier to use.

With over 25 years of experience, Admix continues to innovate in this market offering free testing in its pilot test lab where they work across countless ingredients, applications, and processes. Schedule a test at admix.com/lab-testing.

 

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