- Wirecut Cookies
- Rotary Molded Cookies
- Deposited Cookies
Batch mixing can lack precision and lead to variations in dough, which can impact the consistency of finished products. Even if the dough is perfect leaving the batch mixer, changes often occur to the dough while waiting to be processed. This is known as the batch cycle. Continuous Mixing solves these problems by providing a consistent, uniform dough stream to your production line at the same rate that it is being used.
The LDX Continuous Mixer is ideal for two stage mixing processes where a creme up stage is followed by final mixing. The first stage is designed to mix granular products such as sugar and cocoa with liquid or solid fat and other minors. This mixture then enters the second stage where flour and final moisture are added. The result is a cookie type dough ideal for rotary molded, wirecut or deposited cookie applications.
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