Pasta - Macaroni Plant

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Healthy yet Delicious : Automatic Pasta - Macaroni Processing Machines

Fully Automatic Macaroni Pasta Plant, also known as a pasta manufacturing plant or pasta factory, is a facility where macaroni and other types of pasta are produced on a large scale. These plants are equipped with specialized machinery and processes to efficiently produce pasta products for distribution and sale.

Our automatic Macaroni Pasta Production Line is new designed production line which adopts abroad advanced technology also combined with our engineer research. Pasta macaroni production line is produced by single-screw extruder through the single screw extruder or twin screw extruder high pressure extruding, high temperature heating finally through the Mould to form different Pasta shapes.

Our Pasta Macaroni manufacturing plant cab provide different shapes of the finished macaroni is like ring, round tube, square tube, spiral, shell, 3S, circle tube and so on according to change the mould on the extruder head. The pasta quality can compare with Europe standard. The whole production line are made by stainless steel. The capacity can be customised according to customer’s requirement. Our product have gotten the high popularity in domestic and abroad.

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Final Output Products

Fully Automatic Pasta - Macaroni Plant

The production process in a macaroni pasta plant typically involves the following steps:

  1. Mixing and Kneading: The main ingredients for making pasta are semolina flour (durum wheat flour) and water. These ingredients are mixed and kneaded to form a smooth and consistent dough.
  2. Extrusion: The dough is then fed into an extruder. The extruder is a machine that pushes the dough through a die with specific shapes and sizes, forming the desired pasta shapes. In the case of macaroni, the die will have tube-like openings to create the characteristic cylindrical shapes.
  3. Cutting and Shaping: As the pasta is extruded from the die, it is cut into specific lengths, usually around 1-2 inches for macaroni. The cut pasta is then shaped and dried.
  4. Drying: Drying is a crucial step in the pasta-making process. The freshly shaped pasta is placed on drying racks or conveyor belts and subjected to controlled hot air drying. This removes the moisture from the pasta, making it shelf-stable and preventing it from sticking together during storage.
  5. Quality Control: Throughout the manufacturing process, there are quality control checks to ensure the pasta meets specific standards in terms of shape, size, and texture.
  6. Packaging: Once the pasta has been dried and inspected, it is ready for packaging. The macaroni is typically packed into various-sized bags, boxes, or bulk containers for distribution to retailers or other food establishments.

It’s important to note that different pasta varieties (e.g., spaghetti, penne, fusilli, etc.) have slight variations in the manufacturing process, but the general steps remain similar.

Modern pasta plants are highly automated and can produce vast quantities of pasta in a short period, ensuring a steady supply of this popular food product to meet consumer demand.

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Technical Parameters

Model IA-MPL-150 IA-MPL-250 IA-MPL-350
Installed Power
113 kw
146 kw
170 kw
Power Consumption
85 kw
110 kw
128 kw
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