Advantages of Colombini grinders

Adaptability to any production cycle and high production flexibility

Because of the dimensions and extremely low weight in relation to the production capacity plus the possibility of obtaining even very diverse granulometries with the same machining unit, Colombini grinding units have a host of different applications; from directly feeding single dose packaging machines to direct positioning on silos for storing the grind etc.

Very high precision and simplicity of use

Colombini grinders have been designed with the express purpose of being easy to use, simple to manage and long-lasting: the result is machines with extremely precise adjustment, even after years of work under all conditions. Grinding adjustment, truly micrometric and consistent over time, has been one of the features that have determined the particular success of the TA series in the production of single dose coffee and barley

Extremely low energy consumption

Thanks to the mechanical characteristics and the design of the “cutting discs” the Colombini grinding system is extremely efficient in terms of energy: a grinder in the Criomak series guarantees an hourly capacity of 900 Kg/h of espresso product, with a consumption of just 6-7 kW/h

Very low line and running costs

Colombini grinders require no cooling systems, this factor combined with the possibility of feeding packaging machines and storage silos directly, with the consequent elimination of transfer systems for the ground product, makes our system economically advantageous. The running costs are the lowest on the market: the only periodic maintenance is sharpening the cutting discs. Easy access to the grinders and to all their component parts means that maintenance, cleaning and tool changing are all very simple, rapid and can be managed within the user’s own company

Possibility of creating modular lines

Colombini are authentic machining units that can also be fitted into centralised lines and, thanks to the compact dimensions of each unit, into considerably limited spaces: this makes it possible to eliminate production down times on the line for repairs or maintenance. Furthermore, the production capacity of the lines can gradually be increased extremely easily