Nextamalli’s Nixtamal Cooking Reactors: Innovative and Efficient Solutions for the Corn Industry.

We are Nextamalli, a company dedicated to developing technology for the production of high-quality nixtamal and corn tortillas. We are passionate about maize and its culture, and we focus on offering innovative and efficient solutions for the food industry.

Our company develops reactors for cooking nixtamal with patented ALITECH technology. Our reactors save up to 40% on gas, preserve 95% of the fiber, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants from the maize pericarp, and provide an extra yield of 400 grams for every kilo of cooked maize.

We have three different reactor models. The gas-powered RB model allows for cooking from 75 kg to 300 kg of nixtamal and is designed for spaces with low height, such as small to medium-sized tortilla shops. The gas-powered RC model is a concave reactor that discharges by gravity, making it ideal for sites with high ceilings, which makes the process more efficient. Our reactors allow for cooking from 75 kg to 1500 kg, making them ideal for medium to large businesses or for large production lines.

Our newest reactor is the electric model, which is ideal for cooking from 25 kg to 300 kg and is ideal for small tortilla shops or restaurants.

All of our nixtamal cooking reactors provide an extra 400 grams for every kilo of cooked maize for tortillas in a time frame of 2 to 2.5 hours, compared to the traditional paila method, which takes 12 to 15 hours to cook nixtamal. With our ALITECH technology, solid waste is reduced to 1%. The average tortilla shop wastes between 8% and 12% of solids in the water with the traditional method.

Among the highlighted customers are Tortillerías Segura, Tostadas La Peñita, Tostadas Charras, Tostadas Maizada, and HEB. Our equipment can also cook beans and other legumes such as chickpeas and soybeans quickly and efficiently.

In addition to our innovative nixtamal cooking reactors with patented ALITECH technology, we can also assist with the design and construction of masa production centers, maize storage systems, and flour plants.

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