Sollich North America at Pack Expo International 2016 Chicago

Jun 14, 2016
Pack Expo 2016 / November 6-9 / McCormick Place

We welcome you to join us at this year’s Pack Expo - Booth # S-2585. Our team is ready to showcase some of the latest machinery, enhancements and options available from industry leaders Sollich, Chocotech and Dumoulin.

As representative to this select group of manufacturers, Sollich North America offers a wide range of equipment used in the chocolate, confectionary, gum, snack, bakery, pharmaceutical and pet food industries. Our solutions are comprised of both single and multi-functional machines that can mix, cook, temper, pump, enrobe, cool, bar form, cut, decorate and pan. This is a basic list only- come visit us and we’ll show you even more.

We have the history and expertise in working with customers of any size; from large high-output manufacturing facilities to small one-of-a-kind boutiques across the USA and Canada.

Stop by our booth and let’s see what we can accomplish together. Booth # S-2585.

For complimentary registration go to www.packexpointernational.com, click "Attend" then "Register" and proceed with the registration. In the "Promotional Code" section enter code 28W17. Your registration fee will be waived prior to checkout. Please feel free to share this with your colleagues but please note that registration must be completed online before the show.

Sollich Logo

Sollich KG of Germany is a leading global supplier of enrobers, tempering systems, cooling tunnels, and bar forming equipment with a complete line of optional auxiliary equipment.

Sollich will display their Enromat® M5 1050 CIP enrober, new Thermo-Flow 820 KK cooling tunnel re-designed with Gullwing PU-Covers and a smaller scale Minicoater MC 420 enrober.

From top to bottom Sollich’s Enromat® M5 1050 CIP enrober boasts innovative design and incorporating the latest components available in building this state-of-the-art machine.  One example is the patented wire tensioned detailer system, which has eliminated the clips normally required to hold the detailer rod in place.  Another example is the Enromat® M5’s automatic washing system for changeover cleaning- a major consideration in today’s production lines.

Enromat® M5 - CIP


An exciting highlight will be Sollich’s brand new Thermo-Flow 820 KK cooling tunnel with PU-Covers in Gullwing design. The tunnel frame and base are made of stainless steel (and other non-rusting materials) with the Gullwing covers manufactured from light-weight, durable composite material. The tunnel is designed to reduce potential bacterial growth and can be easily wiped down.  The Thermo-Flow VA also features fewer critical control points by reducing the amount of components in direct and indirect contact with the product while at the same time having easy access to all critical points along the product path.



Several improvements have been made to previous generations of TTS enrobers paving the way to Sollich's newly developed Minicoater MC 420 - a small-scale chocolate enrober with built-in tempering machine. The new MC has a separate frequency controlled drive for the bottoming roller and a removable wire tensioned detailer system (similar to the Enromat® M5).



Chocotech Logo

Chocotech GmbH, the sister company of Sollich KG, offers state of the art solutions for confectionery kitchens producing caramel, fondant, aerated products, jelly, hard candy, fruit snacks, binders, brittle and Halwa.  In response to today’s worldwide demand for energy saving solutions, Chocotech has brought to market a new patent-pending technology.  This innovative solution, the ECOGRAV® (first introduced at Interpack 2011) has shown up to 50% in energy savings for confectionery manufacturers producing hard candy, chewy candy, aerated candy and fondants.

Chocotech will exhibit the Princess ECOGRAV® designed for pilot plant use.  It consists of a gravimetric weighing unit for sugar and corn syrup with an integrated dissolver.  The dissolver takes into account the water content of the corn syrup enabling a stable and clear solution.  Up to 90% of dry solids can be metered to the cooker without adding water to the premix.  This results in an impressive increase in dry solids when compared to conventional industry practices (metering 75% dry solids to the cooker).  With the ECOGRAV®’s higher solid content, fewer vapors are formed causing less condensate and directly improving energy requirements.

Dumoulin Logo

Dumoulin of France will be featuring the LogiC 252 Automatic Coating Pan which allows chocolate coating and varnishing in the same pan. This machine is for smaller, fully automatic batch sizes allowing maximum flexibility at an optimum price-performance ratio. 

LogiC is capable of handling and spraying fine droplets of all types of chocolate, compound and yogurt masses. The system is designed to work with a wide range of temperatures, fat content and viscosities. LogiC also features a shallow product bed depth for careful handling of the product.  The elongated drum provides better mixing with adequate center exposure for ventilation and the homogeneous distribution of coating solutions. A fast unloading trap system allows the start of a new batch quickly and the final product is loaded directly into Eurobin containers for easy handling.  

Dumoulin manufactures a complete range of automatic high capacity panning systems in batch sizes up to 6,600 lbs. One important advantage of a Dumoulin machine is their innovative design resulting in the smallest bed depth of any similar unit. This in turn means that all Dumoulin drums are gentle on delicate centers. Shallow bed depth also increases the amount of surface area in contact with freshly conditioned air. This reduces the processing time that allows the coating to be distributed very quickly and evenly over all centers.  



Booth # S-2585 will be staffed by Bob Limburg, John Holland, Danila Daniloff, Sean Burns and Amanda Youngers of Sollich North America, Peter Koch and Manfred Katthoefer of Sollich KG, Martin McDermott of Chocotech GmbH, François Adele of Dumoulin, and Tony Puchtinger representing Sollich KG’s service department.