Dumoulin, which has a long history supplying panning equipment, has been in business since 1936. It developed the world’s first large-scale “automatic” confectionery coating pan in the 1960’s.


The company will exhibit its latest product developments at interpack, which include the IDA 750 Classic (a new revamped model) and the technologically advanced IDA 1002X, both for sugar and sugar-free coating. Also on display will be the impressive IDA 3002CV, the largest and fastest equipment for chocolate coating, polishing and varnishing on the market today.

The IDA and IDA-X are Dumoulin’s brand of coating machines. The IDA line is mainly used for chocolate and soft sugar panning where the IDA-X line is designed for hard sugar and sugar-free coating as they both use a perforated drum.

Another item on display will be the new Mini Coater LogiC with a batch size up to 250 kg providing for a fully automated process of chocolate coating, polishing, and varnishing. All Dumoulin equipment is designed with the lowest product bed depth of any comparable machine. This is very important because:

  • it is gentle on difficult and delicate centers
  • it increases the amount of surface area in contact with freshly conditioned air, reducing processing time, and
  • allows the coating to be distributed very quickly and evenly over all the centers.

In addition to confectionery, Dumoulin also supplies equipment to the pharmaceutical, nutraceutical & seed industries.

For more information, visit www.dumoulin.fr; at interpack stop by booth B17 in hall 1.