Baker Perkins frozen dough machine for soft cookies
Baker Perkins has introduced a concept for the production of frozen dough for soft cookies. The concept is based around a Baker Perkins TruClean wirecut with a series of standard modules for topping and paper handling.
It replaces the range of special-purpose frozen dough machines with a system that the company says is more flexible and hygienic.
Three additional modules are available for topping, paper cutting and paper slitting, and these are combined to create up to six versions for each width. The two industry-standard choices of bulk packing or depositing onto paper are both catered for.
On machines below 800 mm, a device cuts a paper roll into sheets of the appropriate length; on machines of 800 mm and above, the paper is slit and cut. Each choice is available with an optional topping and sprinkling unit.
Frozen dough cookies come in a range of sizes and flavours in most types of soft dough. The company has equipment ranging from 400 mm-wide machines for the craft sector to 1.2 m-wide units for highly automated industrial production. Outputs extend from 225 to 4500 kg/h.
Phone: 03 9589 9222.
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