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Readco Continuous Mixers

Kurimoto Continuous Mixers

Readco Kurimoto Continuous Mixers

Kurimoto Continuous Mixing

Readco Continuous Mixing

Readco Kurimoto Continuous Mixing

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Kurimoto Dry Powder Blenders

Readco Kurimoto Dry Powder Blenders

Readco Dry Powder Blending

Kurimoto Dry Powder Blending

Readco Kurimoto Dry Powder Blending

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Readco Kurimoto Continuous Reactor

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READCO KURIMOTO, LLC. is a world class producer of continuous mixers and powder blenders.

Readco Kurimoto, LLC supplies Continuous Mixers to the Food, Chemical, Plastics, and Pharmaceutical industries for the continuous production of products.

NEW! Readco now offers the RK1 lab size model of the Continuous Processor for Laboratory and research work.

Readco also manufactures Dry Powder Blending equipment used in the Cosmetic, Pigment, Food, and Pharmaceutical Industries.

Readco Kurimoto, LLC – Address: 460 Grim Lane, York, PA 17406 – Phone: 1-800-395-4959

Introduction

Welcome to Readco Kurimoto, LLC. For over 100 years we have been at the forefront of industrial mixing technology. [Company History]

Readco Kurimoto, LLC supplies Continuous Mixers to the Food, Chemical, Plastics, and Pharmaceutical industries for the continuous production of products.

Readco also manufactures Dry Powder Blending equipment used in the Cosmetic, Pigment, Food, and Pharmaceutical Industries.

We invite you to tour our site and learn more about the advantages of Continuous Mixing.


News

06/03/2015
Readco Blog!: In case you missed the latest edition of the Readco Blog post here’s your chance to catch up as well as see check out this month's special edition.

07/04/2015
July 4th: Readco will be closed Friday (7/3) in observance of the July 4th holiday. Please have a safe and happy holiday.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Your equipment looks like an extruder. What is the difference?

A: The obvious difference is the Readco Continuous Processor is 50% cheaper than an extruder. If you do not require high pressures (over 200PSI) and you don’t need a specific shape final product you don’t need to be spending extra money for an extruder.

Q: OK, so you make chocolate! You can’t make mine because it is unique.

A: We have made many different types of chocolate and we can make yours. By adjusting the 6 variables that this machine has we can fine tune our mixer to suit your very unique formulations.

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Mission Statement

Our mission is to build on our history of product excellence and technology to provide superior products and services for our customer to help them gain a competitive advantage in their market.

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We strive to be the acknowledged experts in continuous processing and therefore the preferred partner in helping our clients succeed in their industry. We uphold our mission through professional development, education, continual improvement, applied learning, and the application of new technologies.

We seek to provide a pleasant, nurturing and growth oriented environment which encourages our employees to be highly productive and to grow personally and professionally.


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New Product Line: SC Processor

A machine designed to continuously process a wide range of materials by significantly reducing the moisture content of the material and transforming it into a dry powder or high viscosity slurry.

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Testimonials

The Readco-Kurimoto "continuous processor" is a versatile, compact and efficient machine for structure-forming unit operations in food manufacturing. Food processes combining such unit operations as mixing, dispersion and heating, especially of high-viscosity high-solids systems, are accomplished rapidly and in continuous format.

Prof. Gregory R. Ziegler
Food Industry Consultant

The Continuous Processor has two main advantages for processing compounds.

  1. With the large internal void volume, it can take low bulk density materials without jamming
  2. It can accept significant vacuum techniques that will allow the removal of volatile materials

Larry Bourland Ph.D
polyVisions Inc.

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Readco Kurimoto, LLC General Capabilities

Readco Kurimoto, LLC General Capabilities

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