The Dutch company Dinnissen recently introduced the improved D-Topline, a model based on the familiar Pegasus double-axle paddle mixer. The geometry of the installation is modified in such a way that the upper sides of the mixing chamber lean towards each other, resulting in a drop shape. The negative angle of inclination in the upper side of the mixing chamber reduces the risk of product adhesion. In addition, the improved D-Top-line can be equipped with an additional hatch (front hedge) on the front. This feature makes it much easier to inspect or clean the mixer. In some cases, thanks to this hatch, a version can be offered where the paddle axle assembly can be driven entirely from the mixing chamber.
Furthermore, the improved D-Topline is provided with a divisible shaft seal, allowing the installation to be CIP-cleanable.
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