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Coffee grinder granulator IMD Gemini Series
stainless steel

coffee grinder granulator
coffee grinder granulator
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Characteristics

Product application
for coffee
Other characteristics
stainless steel
Output

650 kg/h, 1,400 kg/h, 1,800 kg/h (1,433 lb/h)

Description

IMD Gemini Series MODEL IMD GEMINI SERIES COFFEE GRANULIZERS * IMD 669.2, 779.2, 889.2, 999.2 SERIES GRANULIZERS Application Ultrafine (50 – 125 μm): Up to 1350 lb/hr (650 kg/hr) Espresso/Capsule (200 – 450 μm): Up to 3,000 lb/hr (1,400 kg/hr) Filter (500 – 1,000 μm): Up to 4,000 lb/hr (1,800 kg/hr) Capacity Up to 4,000 lb/hr (1,800 kg/hr) Sections 2 or 3 Product Description The IMD Gemini Series Capsule Granulizers has Independent Motor Drives for each roll, allowing customizable roll speed ratios ranging from 1:1 to 1:4 to yield particle size distribution differentials engineered for each application. Its automated recipe-driven control system provides the repeatability of all parameters and grind characteristics. The Gemini is the pinnacle of precision capsule grinding equipment and ultimate grind control. Features - Recipe driven total roll speed control - Incorporates MPE’s patented Vortex Normalizer - Infinite roll gap adjustment - Independent Motor Drives for each grinding roll - Coffee accumulation is minimized with Black Ice Deflectors - Features MPE’s proprietary inspection ports - Genuine thru water-cooling on all rolls, bearings, and journals - Automated control system with precision grind size and density control Available Options - Stainless steel or electroless nickel construction - Extreme hardness roll coatings - Gas-tight or hermetically-sealed design

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*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.