Maximizing Efficiency and Savings with Nextamalli’s Gas-Saving Technology

ALITECH technology provides many benefits for industrial tortilla and masa producers, one of them being the ability to achieve significant gas savings of up to 40%. This is especially important in today’s market where gas prices can be unpredictable and expensive. With ALITECH, industrial producers can have peace of mind knowing that they are maximizing their gas usage and reducing their operational costs.

In addition to gas savings, ALITECH also preserves the nutritional value of the nixtamalization process by conserving 95% of the fiber, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants found in the pericarp of the maize kernel. This is important for producers who are looking to provide high-quality and nutritious products to their customers. The extra yield of 400 grams per kilo of maize also provides an economic benefit, allowing producers to get more out of their raw materials and increase their profitability.

Furthermore, Nextamalli offers reactors that work with electric energy, providing an even greater savings opportunity for industrial producers. These electric reactors not only provide significant energy savings, but they also reduce the carbon footprint of the production process. In today’s environmentally-conscious market, this can be a significant selling point for producers who want to appeal to health and environmentally-conscious consumers.

In conclusion, the ALITECH technology and electric reactors offered by Nextamalli provide significant benefits for industrial tortilla and masa producers, including gas and energy savings, preservation of nutritional value, and increased profitability. As the market becomes more competitive and consumers demand higher quality and environmentally sustainable products, Nextamalli’s technology can be the key to staying ahead of the curve and meeting consumer demand.

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