Pet Food Machinery

Pet Food Machinery:

Extrusion in food processing consists of forcing soft mixed ingredients through an opening in a perforated plate or die designed to produce the required shape. The extruded food (known as extrudate) is then cut to a specific size by blades. The machine which forces the mix through the die is an extruder. The extruder is typically a large, rotating screw tightly fitting within a stationary barrel, at the end of which is the die.

Frazer-Nash Treat Technology

The Frazer-Nash treat systems are built around two key technologies

  • Combining two flows
  • Rotating the flows either combined or as two streams

Single Extruder

  • Combine with cream inner
  • Combine with air to make hollow treats
  • Twisted or straight
  • Long or shorts

Two Extruders

  • Combined to make inner and outer profiles or twisted strands
  • Twisted or straight
  • Long or shorts


Frazer-Nash equipment is able to produce shapes similar to those shown.



Co-extrusion technology involves a single extruder and a set of cream/filler pumps that pump into the middle of the product to produce a pillow or a pocket type product, combining two streams of products in the final die.

Dual Extrusion

Dual extrusion typically refers to a type of die head. It requires two extruders to be fed into one die to produce a product with two different types of extrudate.

Twin screw extrusion

Twin screw extrusion uses two screws in the extruder barrel. These extruders are used in combination with the Bi-Colour Barrel to produce two different colours of kibble.


Extrusion Dies

Extrusion Dies are used to produce the required shape. This is achieved by forcing soft mixed ingredients through the die. The extruded food is then cut to a specific size by blades.

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