of a project
for the dairy
Pietribiasi Michelangelo S.r.l. is a company in Marano Vicentino, in the north of Italy, that manufactures machines and complete lines for the dairy industry (milk and cheese, butter, yoghurt and fermented products, ice cream and cream), and for the production of fruit juices and soft drinks, ice cream and beer.
range of customized
machines and plants
Pietribiasi Michelangelo S.r.l. offers, among others:
- UHT and pasteurization plants
- plate and tubular heat exchangers
- CIP washing plants
- homogenizers, separators and degassers
- milk reception and cooling unit
- recombination and mixing plants
- maturation plants
- butter churns and forming units
- storage tanks
- complete dairies
THE STORY OF A
Pietribiasi Michelangelo S.r.l. was founded in the 60’s by Michelangelo Pietribiasi, a turner for third parties, who then started to manufacture small equipment for dairies in his garage.
This first successful activity laid the foundation for a company that today is among the most renowned in the international markets for the production of machines and plants for the food industry.
Michelangelo’s two sons took the reins of the company, making it grow till the recent creation of the Pietribiasi group.
Pietribiasi Michelangelo S.r.l. provides consultancy and technical assistance and after sales service needed for the correct use and ideal machine management, assisting customers from the conception of the project to the completion of the turnkey plant.
Upon request, the company provides complementary machines for the technical operation of the lines.
Dedicated to small
and large-scale production
The main feature of this company in the north of Italy is its flexibility in making top-quality equipment for small and large-scale production (from artisans to large industry),with various levels of automation and customization depending on the customers’ requirements.
The product plants and the machines are tested in the in-house testing room of the company.
ALL COMPONENTS ARE ITALIAN OR EUROPEAN ORIGIN.