I tested one for them a number of years ago. The pump was so slow that I could have filled my molds by hand 10 times over.
I know that they have a bunch of new products though. If you are interested in a metering pump, I am having one made later this year.
It has been a long and arduous task getting good engineers to make it. This pump will be able to take larger inclusions and the cleaning is simple and quick. Most component will have quick disconnects.
If you like I'll put your name on my mailing list.
I know several people who would be interested in a metering pump that could handle larger inclusions ... perhaps there's a way to get it done sooner rather than later? ... Let me know. What kind of diameter are you planning to be able to handle?
Since I have spent years with a variety of engineers who were useless, to put it mildly. I am confident that the pump will do the job. I don't mind waiting few more months to make sure that this time I will have a great piece of machinery. It will also be able to handle larger inclusions like whole almonds.
As soon as I have a working model and have thoroughly tested it, I will let you know.
Hope all is well. When are you coming to Vermont again!
Hi Melanie, hope you are well. We now have a new machine, the Micron, to make chocopaste, hazelnutpaste, pistachepaste etc etc, we can do wonderful things with this machine. It's a ball mill refiner. The video is on our website since a few days. I will be coming to the Philadelphia Candy show in Atlantic City to present all the Selmi machinery at the Tomric booth. Hope to see you there i
Wish I could go to one of those shows but its a very long way from Hawaii to Philadelphia! I'll check out the website.