Orbis Machinery, LLC is an independent, owner-managed design, engineering and manufacturing company of process equipment. With nearly 60 years of combined process and engineering knowledge, Orbis Machinery specializes in double arm mixers, tumble and ribbon blenders, ball mills and rolling mill solutions for the process industry.

Our range of services includes:

  • Design of new process machinery
  • Rebuilding of existing machinery
  • Reverse engineering
  • Sales of repair and replacement parts for machinery

Orbis Machinery’s double arm mixer and mixer extruders, dryers and ball mills use best practices in design, high quality materials and rugged construction to ensure years of reliable and dependable operation. We are dedicated to providing engineered solutions and quality products at value pricing. We want to establish loyal partnerships with our clients and respect the interests and goals of each relationship.

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Double Arm Mixers or Malaxeurs: What’s the Difference?

Published on: February 11, 2019

Double Arm Mixers or Malaxeurs are designed specifically for mixing, homogenizing and, kneading profoundly thick products.  Two shaped blades sitting parallel at the base of the blending trough, give intensive blending. The sharp blades rotate at various speeds in inverse ways making the products to transfer from one blade to another and from start to finish, bringing about the pattern of figure eight.

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Total Productive Maintenance Programs in Industrial Manufacturing

Published on: January 25, 2019

Total Productive Maintenance is a support program for performing proactive maintenance with the goal of increasing equipment availability and avoiding breakdowns. TPM programs enable manufacturing units to search for evolutionary changes occurred in the business environment and is an advancing procedure which is followed by most organizations.

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Brexit’s Influence on Industrial Manufacturing

Published on: January 18, 2019

Since the UK triggered Article 50 formally, it officially fired a gun on a two year time period on the government for negotiating the terms and conditions on the UK’s exit from EU. This leads to an era of prolonged and heightened uncertainty in the industry. The one thing that markets dislike, is uncertainty.

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Creating Manufacturing Service Leaders in Your Business

Published on: January 4, 2019

The Service Council (TSC), one of the few influential voices within the service industry, has completed a survey revealing one of the mutual concerns of industrial manufacturing service leaders. They all are thinking about ways to improve their customer experience. They are searching for the answers to improve management of data-driven operations as well as knowledge. Talent requirement and skill gap were the major aspects that emerged from this study.

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Planning for the “Green” Demand

Published on: December 21, 2018

Sustainability programs have grown substantially for several reasons. While meeting government regulations is often the first reason, businesses are seeing increasing pressure from their stakeholders, especially those of publicly traded companies. Today, building a brand that is both environmentally and socially responsible is crucial in ensuring strong business performance amongst a changing consumer environment. For many companies, being “green” is still simply consider something nice to have as oppose to a necessary business change. Others have jumped in head first, increasing investments in alternative materials and processes to better conform to sustainability goals.

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Keeping Your Food Plant Construction Project on Track

Published on: December 7, 2018

Due to technology and growing consumer demands, food and beverage companies are forced to compete at a higher level than ever before. Not only do customers expect quality products but turn out time has become increasingly important in a market seeking instant satisfaction. The faster construction can be completed, the sooner it can start producing a return on investment. So how do you ensure your next project stays on track? Let’s take a look at several ways to best set your projects up for success.

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