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Whether you produce liquids, gels, descalers or powder products, our wide range of modular plant and equipment performs any task and takes account of any specific requirements or conditions.

Many of the world’s leading manufacturers are GEA customers because our plant is specifically designed to deliver superior performance, to match exact product and plant specifications and to meet the strictest health and safety regulations. From laundry liquids or fabric conditioners and from descalers and powders to fabric sprays, you’ll find the right processing systems with GEA.

GEA is a trusted supplier of turnkey plant for both the batch and continuous, recipe-controlled production of a wide range of laundry products, including powders liquids, gels fabric sprays, descalers and water softening tablets.

Our technology expertise covers liquid processing, mixing, blending, clean-in-place (CIP) solutions and flow components such as pumps and valves. For particle processing, GEA has extensive experience in agglomeration, granulation and spray drying.

In addition, every component of a GEA home care processing line is designed to meet the strictest hygiene standards. This ensures safe operation and reliable product quality with a repeatable security of outcome that maintains customers’ brands and underpins the values that have built them.

GEA plant design always includes:

For liquid processing

  • hygienic configuration
  • process and component temperature control
  • recipe-dependent, synchronous metering of individual fluids in different mixing segments
  • continuous or batch blending
  • recovery of the applied preheating
  • measurement and control of viscosity and other variables


For powder processing

  • a range of powder production plants capable of manufacturing consistent products with homogenously dispersion active ingredients
  • plant with highly effective filters and scrubbers to ensure the emission of clean process air
  • pressure shock-resistant plants that’s designed with either suppression or pressure relief to protect the equipment and personnel
  • semi- or fully automatic clean-in-place (CIP) systems that facilitate efficient cleaning, reduce downtime and expedite product changeovers

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