ISTANBUL, TURKEY — The Bühler Group said it will showcase its processing expertise at the IDMA technology trade show in Istanbul, Turkey, from April 23-26.

The company will be at booth B-17 in Hall 2. Under the motto, "One step ahead in processing grains to food,” Bühler is presenting various new or improved machinery and plants to the technical public.

Besides the two roller mills, Dolomit and Antares, Bühler will be demonstrating the innovative plansifter Seginus. With a seamless synchronous processing set-up that is unique worldwide, this plansifter uses a minimum amount of space while maintaining top sanitation and enables flexible sifting and sorting of flour and semolina at a throughput capacity of up to 20% more.

Bühler also showcases its sorting skills with the color sorter from the Sortex A series that has sophisticated and multifaceted sorting functions. In addition, Bühler is also displaying the newly developed destoner, Combistoner, the latest generation of the moisture control unit MYFE and the water proportioning unit MOZH as well as the flexibly usable, automatic Bühler bagging line for free flowing and non-free flowing products. Bühler will also be displaying the new impact machine Matador for reliably destroying insect eggs in flour and semolina as well as three measuring systems for continuous particle size measurement (Online PSM MYTA), the NIR Multi-Online Analyzer for determining moisture, protein, ash and starch damage (MYRG) and the sensor MYHB for color and speck analysis.