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ProSweets Preview: Winkler und Dünnebier Süßwarenmaschinen GmbH

February 8, 2013
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Winkler und Dünnebier Süßwarenmaschinen GmbH (WDS) is one of the leading global manufacturers of confectionery machines. With its comprehensive machine and systems program, WDS covers the entire spectrum of deposited sweets with different applications and throughputs. Throughout the world WDS production lines represent the highest quality and reliability.

The company attaches great importance to the hygienic design and flexibility of the lines and the ability to quickly change the types of product. It is the overall concept of the WDS moulding lines that guarantees its high level of availability, also in three-shift operations.

At ProSweets Cologne, visitors to the booth will find  the WDS ribbon extruder type 352 ,which is capable of processing highly viscous product masses such as marzipan, nougat and fondant or even pastry goods. This extruder was developed for the economic production of one- or two-colored ribbons of malleable masses.

A special technical feature that carries a lot of advantages in everyday production is the so-called Easy Clean execution. All parts that need to be cleaned, such as for example the depositing plate, the depositing unit and even the whole pump system, can be easily and quickly disassembled and then moved with a service cart to the washing or cleaning area. As a result, a depositing system can be exchanged in less than 15 minutes without unnecessary long interruptions of production.

WDS looks forward to interested visitors at ProSweets 2013 in Cologne.

 

 

 At ProSweets, come by Hall 10.1, booth 49 or visit www.w-u-d.de

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