Model 600 Mini.Max & Super.Max Series Grinders
Model 600 Mini.Max Series Grinders for up to 350 Kg/Hr & Model 600 Super.Max Series Grinders for up to 520 Kg/Hr
Espresso/Nespresso™ (200 – 450 μm): Up to 530 lb/hr (240 kg/hr)
K-Cup® Filter (500 – 600 μm): Up to 1,100 lb/hr (520 kg/hr)
The Model 600 Super.Max Series grinders for up to 1,100 lb/hr (520 kg/hr)*
The Model 600 Mini.Max Series grinders for up to 700 lb/hr (320 kg/hr)*
*At 600 μm target particle size.
Sections2 or 3
The 2-high Model 600 Mini.Max was the world’s first “in place” roller mill for capsule and pod manufacturing, which could deliver roller grinder perfection above your packaging equipment. A short time later a 3-high version was introduced, as well as the new Super.Max Series grinders, which are larger capacity versions of the Mini.Max Series.
Together, the Model 600 Mini.Max and Super.Max Series grinders are specifically designed for use with single serve coffee packaging machines. These all-in-one grinders produce the optimal grinds for K-Cup, Nespresso™, espresso and virtually any other grind required for single-serve capsule packaging.
The quality grind that was previously only achieved with a roller-style grinder can be installed, economically, in tandem with capsule filling machines. It is no longer necessary to compromise with a disc-style grinder.
With the Model 600 MM (short for Mini.Max) and Model 600 SM (short for Super.Max) Series grinders virtually any density necessary can be achieved with their MPE-patented Vortex normalizers. The Model 600 MM and Model 600 SM Series can grinders guarantee the uniformity and consistency required for optimal end-user single-serve extraction.
- The 600 Mini.Max and Super.Max Series grinders offer an optional Ecodesign gas extraction system that is designed to pull coffee off-gasses from the grinder and safely remove unwanted CO and Diacetyl coffee byproducts from the area. This keeps operator working conditions cleaner and safer.
IMD Gemini Series
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.
The G7 produces a consistent Ultrafine grind down to 40 um at a capacity of up to 150 kg/hr.