Extrusion Spanish short course 2014Spanish Short Course reveals secrets of twin screw extrusion for processing value-added foods – October 20-22, 2015.

This short course is full

Learn how to create extruded foods with high consumer appeal that can increase your profitability and expand your markets at this intensive 3 days course. It combines classroom sessions and active demonstrations, providing a comprehensive overview of the theory and practical considerations of extrusion processing. The demonstrations will be performed with our latest extrusion platform technology EVOLUM+.

Discuss questions with Clextral’s extrusion experts and network with other processors to gain new perspectives and knowledge on this versatile technology. Food applications such as snacks, cereals, co-extruded products, flatbread, ingredients, and functional foods will be discussed.

Lectures topics will cover grain selection, processing considerations, product quality, further processing, and extrusion trends. Demonstrations will show extrusion, drying and coating processing of multi-shape products, co-extruded foods (pillows with fillings), and whole grain snacks.

balls Who should attend :

Production, R&D, Engineering, QA, Sales/Marketing – If you are responsible for decisions about processing technology and interested in the benefits of twin screw extrusion, this course is designed for you.

Additional information :

This course is conducted in Spanish, and limited to 30 participants. Registration includes breakfasts, coffee breaks, lunches, all short course materials and demonstrations

Locations and Facilities :

Morning lectures at the Courtyard by Marriott, 5 km from Clextral Inc. 4014 Tampa Road, Oldsmar, FL 34677-3655 – Tel: (+1) 813-925-8887 Afternoon demonstrations at Clextral Inc. test plant 14450 Carlson Circle, Tampa, FL 33626 – Tel: (+1) 813-854-4434

Short course prices and deadline

  • 750$ for registration up to May 31st 2015
  • 850$ for registration starting June 1st 2015

Deadline is on September 15th 2015 or if attendees limit capacity of 30 reached