With the introduction of the Next Generation MacIntyre Refiner/Conche onto the market in 2020 and the completion of an extensive R&D programme focused on reducing cycle time and energy, discovering just how much production could be achieved from such a small footprint has been quite astonishing.
In addition to the recently published capacities achievable from the RC500i (500Kg batch capacity MacIntyre Refiner/Conche) –
- up to 3500kg per 24 hours of 30 micron milk compound
- up to 2000kg per 24 hours of 20 micron milk compound
- up to 1500kg per 24 hours of 20 micron pure milk chocolate – with excellent flavour
recent production trials have additionally confirmed that the RC5000Di (5000Kg batch capacity MacIntyre/Conche can produce –
- up to 10,000kg per 24 hours of 20 micron milk couverture
If space is limited, there is no need to compromise production capacity due to the RC500i having a footprint of 2.57 metres square and the RC5000Di with a footprint of only 8.57 metres square – a small space considering the achievable capacity of 10,000Kg per day. In addition, less energy is required than ever before, with reductions of 40% in some cases. So not only can more product be manufactured in less space, future production using the MacIntyre Refiner/Conche also means less energy and less time.
These remarkable improvements have been possible due to the design changes with the Next Generation model combined the latest developments in MacIntyre’s R&D facilities. While supporting customers with recipe development and matching product samples, MacIntyre are also optimising the process to ensure the least amount of time and energy is used to produce the same quality of product.
During 2021 the team will continue to work with customers, optimising the process for the extensive range of products the MacIntyre is capable of producing, such as chocolate spreads, cremes (sweet and savoury), nut and seed pastes and variety of rework applications where products such as chocolate biscuits, crème filled wafers, chocolate bars with inclusions and sugar coated lentils, can be reworked back into a fat based mass.
The R&D facilities are open to all MacIntyre’s existing and prospective customers. In addition to fine tuning of standard recipes for customers, the team aspire to discover completely new production possibilities for the MacIntyre.
Reach out to the team at MacIntyre now to discuss what the Next Generation MacIntyre Refiner/Conche could mean for your business! –
Tel: 44 (0) 1241 434 444