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History

1885
Pioneer work: At the end of the 19th Century, DIOSNA is already engaged in the busy development of the first dough mixing machines.
   
1911
Trail-blazing: DIOSNA introduces the Plus Mixer principle and is granted its first patent for mixing and kneeding machines.
   
1964
Efficient Kneading: In the Sixties DIOSNA introduces the first high-performance Spiral Mixers to the market.
   
1965
Patented Grip: The DIOSNA Clamps Locking Device assures the quiet running of the bowl and a secure dough production.
   
1968
More output per hour: DIOSNA presents the Wendel Mixer, being the first mixer with two mixing tools. The invention is patented and turns into an overwhelming success.
   
1969
Big scale mixing for industrial bakeries: DIOSNA is the first company to present an automated mixing plant employing the carousel principle.
   
1974
IInnovation: At the iba in Düsseldorf, DIOSNA shows its innovative Elevator-Tipper with scraping device.
   
1980
World Premiere: The DIOSNA Spiral Mixer SP 240 E is the first mixer with bottom discharge, providing a more efficient dough production.
   
1981
DIOSNA introduces the In-line Wendel Mixer for high intensity mixing with a horizontal mixing bowl.
   
1984
Direct dough distribution: The first Automated Mixing Plant with Bottom Discharge is presented.
   
1988
New options: The variable Frequency Selection is available for all DIOSNA mixers.
   
1994
IProviding further devices: Following the take-over of OASE, DIOSNA offers an even wider range of spiral mixers with bottom discharge.
   
1995
Up to 16 batches per hour: The DIOSNA Linear Transport System is introduced.
   
1997
For research and development: DIOSNA introduces the first Laboratory Mixing Device.
   
1998
The DIOSNA product range is extended by the first Dough Fermentation Systems.
   
1999
High-performance equipment: The PREMIUM Mixers made of stainless steel introduce a new era of mixing technology.
   
2002
Combined mixing competence: The take-over of the BOKU mixing equipment represents an important widening of DIOSNA’s portfolio.
   
2003
More stainless steel: The first PREMIUM Planetary Mixers and PREMIUM Beating Machines are introduced.
   
2004
A revolution in dough-making: The innovative High Pressure Pre-Mixer1 process makes it possible to introduce a completely new type of preparation for pre-doughs and sourdough.
Being highly water-absorben it also provides a high level of baking stability, a large baking volume while needing less energy.


¹Used under license of Dr Bernhard Noll and ahk Service & Solutions GmbH, Schwaigern

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