Pasta factories that produce scraps need to grind and reuse them without compromising the quality.
The Antenore Visentin plant can transform them into a product with calibrated particle size, and characteristics like the original semolina used.
In particular, the plant respects the grain size of the product, with minimal presence of fine dust. It consists of two groups of machines connected to each other by a pneumatic conveyor which lifts the product and transfers it to the MCR roller mill, a real miniature mill for grinding the dough.
Here, striped rollers grind scraps of dough to the required size, producing a product very similar to semolina. The turbo sifter TS20.65 intercepts larger fragments of dough, which are automatically recirculated through the vacuum transport line (zero dust emissions to the environment). The fan that ensures transport from the hopper-pre-crusher unit to the mill-turbo-sifter also sends the produced semolina to the storage silos.