interpack: Winkler und Dünnebier

April 18, 2014
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Winkler und Dünnebier Süßwarenmaschinen GmbH (WDS) is one of the leading global manufacturers of confectionery machines.

At interpack, the company will debut — under the term SMARTVISION — the concept called SMARTEFFICIENCY, which describes the forward-looking efficiency concept behind all WDS machinery and lines.

Winkler und Dünnebier

Energy production and energy savings are social core issues and global challenges for businesses and the economy. Business concepts such as OEE (Overall Equipment Effectiveness) or LCC (Life Cycle Costs) play an increasingly important role in new investments.

This is where WDS starts with its efficiency concept dubbed SMARTEFFICIENCY, which is an uncompromising efficiency concept that is the basis for all WDS machinery and solutions. The aim is to guarantee the best cost-benefit ratio to the customer— from the planning to the entire machine life cycle. This is achieved by using intelligent production solutions and construction principles based on effectiveness as well as the use of energy-efficient components and optimized processes.

The intelligent design of a machine is always the basis for effective production. WDS defines that as SMARTCONSTRUCTION, one of the cornerstones in the efficiency concept SMARTEFFICIENCY. This means — among other things —- maximum flexibility through modular design, excellent operating comfort with good accessibility, maximum hygienic design, thanks to our EasyClean principle, and a unique workmanship with stainless steel and stainless steel materials.

This is exactly where WDS’s SMARTCONSTRUCTION begins as the EasyClean principle reduces the time for this work to a minimum: all parts to be cleaned at a WDS confectionery machine — be it a mould bar, dosing unit and even the entire mass hopper — are easily and quickly disassembled and can be driven with a service cart to a cleaning area.


For more information, visit; at interpack, stop by booth C07 in hall 3.



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