Industrial mixing techniques
The Eirich mixers are multi-purpose installations that can combine several processes in a single machine, such as drying, cooling, heating up, kneading, granulation and mixing. Eirich supplies turnkey installations tailored to the customer application. In addition, it develops systems based on the knowledge and experience over the past decades. They collaborate with universities and research institutes. Eirich is the world's leading supplier in the field of mixers for powdery products.
Keller Lufttechnik Benelux is the exclusive representative for Eirich in the Benelux.
The Eirich mixers are used in the following sectors:
By regular inspections and maintenance of your equipment, you can prevent damage and unplanned breakdowns. This way , you are assured of stability in your production and of a quality end product. Our service department offers you special conditions for inspections!
The service department of Keller Lufttechnik Benelux has an extensive service portfolio to support Eirich machines and systems. This with the aim of being a reliable and long-lasting partner for their customers. The spare parts and after-sales service are intended to provide services and spare parts from one hand - competent, fast and at a fair price.
Our service department ensures maximum productivity for their customers by regular inspections and timely maintenance. The service department therefore offers flexible maintenance contracts that fit your needs and budget. Our service engineers have years of experience and knowledge.
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Anniversary at EIRICH - "Practical know-how for mixing, granulating, kneading and disperging" seminar is hosted for the 50th time.
Production systems for refractory castables continue to grow