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Thursday, March 17, 2016

17/03/2016: Dinnissen celebrates 25 years of the Pegasus® Vacuum Coater

https://issuu.com/international_aquafeed/docs/iaf1601_w1/40
First published in International Aquafeed, January-February 2015  

It is often thought that vacuum coating was first invented in Norway. The idea might have been Norwegian, but the technology was developed in the Netherlands. It has been 25 years now since Dinnissen, together with aquafeed producer Skretting, invented the first vacuum coater.

The Pegasus® Vacuum Coater is intended for everyone who wishes to manufacture pelleted and extruded products in accordance with most modern production specifications. It allows you to create a vacuum environment for your production process and to deal effectively with a very wide range of future challenges.

International Aquafeed spoke to Peter Raeven, Account Manager for Dinnissen, about the previous 25 years of the Pegasus® Vacuum Coater as well as any future plans that Dinnissen might have for their now well established brand.

Read the full article in International Aquafeed HERE
 
 

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