Dosing machines 

Dosing machines are often used for filling food products in liquid form and dividing them into pre-set portions. They can also serve to split fluids into precise batches for further processing or packaging. Dosing dispensers can be utilized for many semi-liquid products such as: fluids and loose products, granular or powder-like, pastes, frozen or hot products, etc. The dosing equipment is able to split and portion a specific amount to be supplied based on weight (tensometric), volume (volumetric), as well as the number of individual units. They are used in all branches of the food industry, both on their own (e.g. in confectionary or for measuring out a specific amount of dough) or as a part of a production line or a packaging line.

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