Industrial bakeries in the UK operate on razor-thin profit margins, just as their counterparts do in the food and beverage industry. Some factors that contribute to walking a fine line between making and losing money include food waste, capital expenses, and skyrocketing labor costs. As leading bakery equipment suppliers to the UK, what if we told you there is a solution that can help your commercial bakery lower costs and increase profit margins?
In 1994, Exact Mixing entered the industrial dough mixer market by introducing a revolutionary way for bakeries to produce large batches of dough for baked goods at much faster rates. Our line of continuous mixers took off a decade later when Reading Bakery Systems folded Exact Mixing into its popular family of equipment brands. With the financial backing of Reading Bakery Systems, Exact Mixing devoted a substantial amount of money to the research and development of our current line of continuous mixers.
Exact Mixing continuous mixers deliver the same high-quality dough every time. Our line of five continuous mixer models generates a finished dough product that is always consistent in size, weight, and texture. Customers can expect every batch of dough processed for their baked goods to look, feel, and, most importantly, taste the same. Our engineers have also developed a clamshell design for the mixers, making it much easier to clean and sanitize your new machines.
Exact Mixing Continuous Mixer Models
The five continuous mixer models offered by Exact Mixing produce dough for virtually every type of baked good, including the recent introduction of a production recipe for instant noodles.
If your commercial bakery needs to blend the ingredients for dough that requires a high absorption rate, then the HDX Continuous Mixer is the right model for your business. This mixer produces high-quality dough for baked goods such as bread, rolls, buns, and tortilla shells at rates ranging between 1,500 kg and 10,000 kg an hour.
Some dough recipes require blending all ingredients before adding flour to thicken the consistency of the final product. The LDX Continuous Mixer adds flour during the last step of the dough-mixing process, which is just before the development of the dough. Production levels for this mixer reach as high as 9.000 kg per hour.
To create the proper texture, several dough products require a specific amount of moisture. As a high-shear mixer, the FX model from Exact Mixing delivers the correct amount of moisture to produce the dough for delicate thin snacks such as chips and crisps.
Versatility defines the most significant benefit of installing the MX Continuous Mixer at your commercial bakery. The double-screw mixing system prevents excessive heat, making this model perfect for mixing the dough for cookies, pretzels, and pizza crusts.
The EX Continuous Mixer from Exact Mixing operates with a single screw to blend the ingredients required to generate the dough for wheat-based snacks like crackers. Blending dough with a single-screw mixer gently kneads every ingredient to create a fully developed final product.
Fast Changeovers to Keep Up with Demand
The engineers at Exact Mixing anticipated the need to build dough mixing systems that provide fast changeover times. Not only can your bakery quickly complete multiple batches of different dough recipes, but each changeover also ensures your business complies with every food safety standard.
As bakery equipment designers in the UK, we invite you to learn more about the continuous mixing process by calling Exact Mixing at 610-693-5816 or by submitting the online contact form.