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KAISER Process and Belt Technology GmbH

  • Siemensring 54-56
  • Willich
  • 47877
  • Germany
  • Phone: +49 (0) 2154 89107 - 0
  • Fax: +49 (0) 2154 89107 - 284
  • E-Mail: info@kaiser-pbt.de
  • Website: www.kaiser-pbt.de

Trade Names

Rollomat

The Rollomat® system, initially developed in 1989 by KAISER, covers the widest viscosity range of all rotating pastillators. The Rollomat® rotary depositor has an operating principle similar to a gear pump. The heart of this system is an inner-geared, hollow cylinder with nozzles positioned between the teeth. Along the lower portion of the hollow cylinder a pressing roll engages with the teeth of the hollow cylinder and the product is fed at the designated rate through the plug-in lance. From there it flows onto the rotating pressing roll and becomes sandwiched between the outer cylinder and inner pressing roll. Each time the teeth of the hollow cylinder engage with the teeth of the pressing roll product is pushed through the nozzles and onto the cooling belt. The Rollomat® has a heated product scraper (refeed bar) ensuring that the outer surface of the cylinder is clean when reaching the drop-off point.

Rollosizer

The rotating pastillation process Rollosizer® is our most recent development, and is complementing our other pastillations systems, when it comes to achieve high capacities on one unit with low viscosity products. For the design of the KAISER-Rollosizer®, we used some of the various advantageous features of the KAISER-Rollomat®, which is successfully in use since many years at various operations. The drop-forming principle is a static heated cylinder with the inner product channel and the tubes for the heating medium. By means of a special product distribution bar, the product enters the cooling belt through the holes in the perforated outer cylinder. The pastilles are generated by the overlapping of the holes in the product distribution bar with the holes in the outer rotating cylinder.

Executives

Andreas Robens

Managing Director
robens@kaiser-pbt.de

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