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Cia. Lilla has been building coffee roasting machines and complete roasting plants in Brazil since 1918.

Great part of the coffee consumed in Brazil is roasted in Lilla roasters Japan, England, Indonesia, Bulgaria, South and Central America, Mexico and elsewhere.

Today, Lilla's industrial size roasters have these standard capacities: 50, 75, 125, 150, 225, 300, 400, 625, 800, 1250, 2500 and 2700. kg per hour. Lilla roasters are of conventional design, but with many features that separate them from any other drum type batch roasters. The roasters are completely smokeless, with no visible smoke nor noticeable odor in the surrounding atmosphere. No secondary smoke removal equipment, such as afterburners or catalytic converters, are required to meet the strictest air pollution control standards. High yield roasting can be done on the roaster when required, and excellent and unique control of airflow produces an exceedingly even roast, especially pleasing to the specialty coffee trade where coffee is sold mostly in bean form. Roasting cycles are controlled and plant safety assured by a state-of-the-art computer system.

Due to lower production costs in Brazil, Lilla's prices are significantly lower than prices for equivalent size machinery made in the U.S. and Europe.

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