Ottevanger Milling Engineers

5 products found

Products

  • Mixing

  • Single Shaft Mixers

    Single Shaft Mixers

    The starting point for Ottevanger's development of this equipment is the strict requirements with which a mixer in the animal-feed industry has to comply. The mixer was designed to mix smooth-flowing ingredients, such as those used in the food and the mixed-feed industries. The mixer is used to homogenously mix meal and powdered products, with a limited addition of liquids being possible.

  • Continuous Mixers

    Continuous Mixers

    A continuous mixer was designed for the homogenous mixing of liquids into a powder flow, such as molasses into animal feed. The addition of the liquid is controlled using a dosing pump and the amount is recorded by a flow meter. A dosing installation ensures a constant flow of the powdered carrier substance, which drops into the mixer via the inlet. The solid main shaft, fitted with a large number of mixer blades, cuts and mixes the lumpy mass into a...

  • Grinding, Milling & Crushing

  • Crumbling

    Crumbling

    Ottevanger crumblers were designed for the production of crumbs for pig food, poultry feed and fish food and for other products for which a high quality and uniformity are required in the reduction of the starting material with a minimum of grit. For maximum reliability during use all the crumbing machines are fitted as standard with a feed/distribution roller, capacity control and a separate drive for each roller.

  • Drying & Cooling

  • Dryers

    Dryers

    We are now seeing counterflow dryers replacing traditional horizontal dryers just as quickly as counterflow coolers replaced horizontal coolers. Ottevanger Milling Engineers is making all the advantages of the counterflow principle available for the drying of pet food, fish food, etc.

  • Coolers

    Coolers

    Counterflow coolers are used for cooling pellets and extrudates to almost ambient temperature. The counterflow principle is the most efficient cooling system for both granulated products and meal. The cooling air flows through the cooler in the opposite direction to the product flow and the air temperature gradually rises from inlet to outlet, with a resultant even, gradual cooling of the product. This prevents pellet damage due to a great difference...