The rotating pastillation process Rollosizer® is our most recent development, and is complementing our other pastillations systems, when it comes to achieve high capacities on one unit with low viscosity products. We utilized for the design of the KAISER-Rollosizer® the various advantageous features of the KAISER-Rollomat®, which is successfully in use since many years at various operations.
The drop-forming principle is a static heated cylinder with the inner product channel and the tubes for the heating medium. By means of a special product distribution bar, the product enters the cooling belt through the holes in the perforated outer cylinder. The pastilles are generated by the overlapping of the holes in the product distribution bar with the holes in the outer rotating cylinder.
The product refeed bar collects the surplus material right after the drop-forming principle and pushes it back into the holes of the outer rotating cylinder.
The sealing of the product is done very similar to the design of the KAISER-Rollomat® by means of simple and easy to replace O-rings and soft packings and we abandoned all kinds of mechanical seals.
- Ideal for running products with higher capacities and low viscosities and if only product one product grade shall be produced
- The exchange of the hollow roller of the KAISER-Rollomat® and the rotating, perforated cylinder and of the product distributions pipes and pressing gear is possible with very little efforts, so each Rollomat®could be converted into a Rollosizer® and vice versa. That means all possible products which could be pastillated, could be produced with basically one pastillation unit