Generic extrusion processes
Legris Industries is the world leader in twin screw extruder technology. The generic extruder process developed by the international group's Clextral division, is used by the food, animal feed, plastics, chemical and biomaterials industries for high performance and quality production.
The generic extruder process serves to procuce processed foods such as cereals, confectionary, breads and biscuits, as well as pet food and animal feed with consistent quality. Manufacturers using the generic extruder process have far greater control over processing parmeters than tradtional cooking methods such as: temperature, moisture levels and expansion. The Legris Industries twin screw extruders also offer a wide choice of forming of foods with specialised dies for appealing shapes.
The Extrusion cooking process is faster, with uninterrupted mixing, cooking and shaping processes designed to handle a greater variety of raw materials.
The Legris Industries Group, developed its generic extruder process to be multifuncitonal, a single extruder can produce a variety of products. This cutting edge technology gives high performance, increased productivity and energy efficiency.
Please contact us for any further information about the generic extruder process.
Groupe Legris Industries
20 quai Duguay Trouin
35064 Rennes cedex
tel : 33-2 99 87 11 20
fax : 33-2 99 87 11 43
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