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Simon Freres Contimalax cm 300 Major

Butter equipment
Butter equipment
Stock number
Contimalax cm 300 Major
Year of construction
3.000 kilograms per hour
Butter reworker to handle the butter at temperatures as low as 0 °C average. This butter homogeniser rationalizes the processing and packaging of cold store butter. Improving the quality of the butter by ensuring finest water dispersion resulting in an increased shell of life of the homogenized and packed butter. Machine includes a dosing device for dry salt. Main motor 37kW -64A with reductor to have speed of the screw variable 25-80rpm. A block chopper is mounted on the infeed with a motor of 2,2 kW - 4,9 A. SS auger feed station and SS augers. Including several 'spagetti' texturise plates, knives/pump and connection flange to buttersilo. An CIP counter piece (mounted on picture). Control panel with frequency converter for main motor. Butterblock infeed transportconveyor which functioned with this machine has stock number stn15328, also available. Documentation, operational - technical - drawings in Englisch (partly also in French and German) available. Total dimensions: 515 x 160 x 260 cm. Weigth machine itself: 3.210 kg's.

Can LDFE help me with the installation?

Yes, if desired our mechanics can install the equipment at your premises . Also, we can offer long-distance assistance by giving instructions by video call or remote control (when installed).

What do the conditions ‘refurbished’, ‘good running’ and ‘as is’ mean?

We can offer our machinery in three conditions: ‘refurbished’,  ‘good running’ and ‘as is’. ‘Refurbished’ refers to a complete revision of a used machine to give it a second life. Our standard procedure when completely refurbishing a used machine is:

  • Strip down to the frame: blasting and spraying of steel components
  • All component wear: replacement of bearings, bushes and gaskets
  • Replacement of damaged or worn components
  • New cabling and control systems (latest updates)
  • 6 month warranty
  • Guaranteed spare parts supply for 5 years
  • Optional: supervision of commissioning and operator training
  • Optional: CE marking
  • Optional: custom modifications

Buying a ‘good running’ machine is a cheaper solution. In this condition, we do not completely overhaul the machine,  but do the necessary works to get the machine in working condition. The machine is tested in our workshop and components are only replaced if necessary. This price is always subject to conditions, as on occasion it becomes evident during the tests that there is an expensive fault. If this is the case, the buyer receives a quotation for the additional costs and is also given the option to cancel the purchase.

Machines are almost always sold ex-factory and can be deployed in the same condition in which we bought them: ‘as is’. However, the machine has not been inspected by us and there is no guarantee of its current condition. We always recommend that a machine is inspected prior to purchase and only to buy ‘as is’ if you have a thorough knowledge of machines. We can always tell you whether we purchased the machine in operating condition or whether it had already been decommissioned. Documentation is not always included and can only be supplied if it was present at the time of purchase.

Can I trust used machines?

We have been dealing with used machines since 1996 from the same place we started the business and growing every year. If a (small) problem arises, we also try to find a solution with our customers. We always have been a reliable partner due to our experience with used machinery.

Can LDFE also offer new machines?

Yes, in particular process equipment such as pasteurisers, standardisation equipment, CIP units, Cheese UHT unit etc. A hybrid form of new and rebuild is also possible.

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