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Mepaco’s 11-09 Grinder reduces cycle times and delivers low deviations in product quality

February 6, 2014
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Mepaco GrinderMepaco offers the 11-09 Grinder for reduced cycles times and unbeatable low deviations of product quality. Features include a 3,000-pound hopper capacity, based on 50 lbs. per cubic foot, and a 6-inch schedule 80 shaft piping with ¾-inch thick paddle agitation. The machine can pre-grind at 36,000 to 72,000 lbs/hr (16,329 - 32,659 kg/hr) or perform a final grind at 15,000 to 21,000 lbs/hr (6,804 - 9,526 kg/hr). The grinder also features a lighter-weight ergonomic grinding head ring with ACME threads.

Mepaco: (800) 444-0398 or visit

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