For 75 years (!) now, the name "KAISER" is a synomym for machine and plant engineering on the field of solidification of molten products. In 1953, the KAISER brothers have been the first who designed the so-called "Pastillierapparat" and applied it for a patent.
Pastillation provides an efficient, cost effective process for the continuous converting of molten products into granules ideal for bagging, transporting and bulk material handling systems. The pastilles of adjustable uniform size are round, dimensionally stable, dust-free and free-flowing and hence ideal for weighing, dosing, bagging and transportation.
Using the pastillation systems of KAISER Process and Belt Technology GmbH, you can form products with the viscosity range from 0 - 30.000 mPas (cP) and in sizes from 1 – 25 mm into pastilles.
We do not only provide pastillation cooling belt units but also various pastillation units for existing cooling belt units as well as turnkey plants, which are exactly planned and designed in accordance to our customers needs.
Our company provides different pastillation processes. We choose the right one in consultation with our customers, after a close look at the characteristics of the product and at the process requirements such as performance and size of the pastilles.
With the latest delivery, KAISER Process and Belt Technology has achieved several top performances at once. Not only that three (!) pastillation units have made their way to the customer at once.
In fact, these are gas-tight plants, which in this form are only offered by KAISER worldwide. The overall design and the core piece – the so-called enclosure – ensure that neither product nor product vapors can leave the enclosure.
For more than 30 years, the KAISER company has had expertise with these highly complex systems for the chemical industry, and has continued to expand it. Now, after projects with large chemical companies in Germany, KAISER has succeeded in winning a customer in South Asia for the first time. This company will replace three outdated and simpler plants of a competitor with the new, gas-tight enclosed pastillation units.