As a commercial or industrial bakery, you have several options for buying equipment from bakery mixer manufacturers. You invest a considerable amount of money in purchasing the mixing equipment, which means you want to find the right manufacturer that delivers the highest return on your substantial investment.
Another key factor to consider concerns equipment compatibility, as commercial and industrial bakery mixers must combine with downstream equipment such as ovens, sheeters, and laminators offered by companies like our parent company, Reading Bakery.
Until 1994, batch dough mixing equipment dominated the market for mixers sold to commercial and industrial bakeries. In 1994, Exact Mixing introduced a new dough mixing method. After becoming part of Reading Bakery 14 years later, Exact Mixing received financial and logistical support to expand its line of continuous mixers.
Why is Continuous Mixing the Better Method?
How would you like to achieve the flexibility required to change production goals for every batch of dough processed through a system? Following the continuous mixing process for dough, you can run one batch through a continuous mixing system at as low a rate as 50 kg an hour and then ramp up production to 10,000 kg per hour for the next batch.
Our fully automated continuous mixing systems require fewer pieces of equipment to manage, so you can reassign employees to perform other tasks instead of monitoring dough production. Full automation also allows your commercial or industrial bakery to run several different batches of dough through a continuous mixing system simultaneously.
What Type of Continuous Mixer Models Does Exact Mixing Offer?
Our versatile line of continuous mixers can handle almost any dough production order.
If your commercial or industrial bakery produces different types of dough, then the MX Continuous Mixer is your best option. You can create dough for baked goods such as snacks, pretzels, and cookies, as well as different types of pizza crusts
Designed for the lowest liquid mixtures and viscosity powders, the EX Continuous Mixer provides your commercial bakery with the tools to blend dough at moisture levels that range from very low to very high. This model is ideal for blending dough for crackers and wheat-based snacks.
The engineers at Exact Mixing designed the FX Continuous Mixer to produce a dough that develops from hygroscopic powders such as dehydrated potato flakes. This mixer evenly distributes small amounts of moisture into large quantities of dehydrated powders.
Producing high volumes of dough for popular baked goods such as bread and English muffins is the specialty of the HDX Continuous Mixer. The system generates thoroughly mixed dough without generating excessive heat. Large-scale commercial and industrial bakeries especially benefit from a mixer that handles any large production order that needs to be completed on short notice.
Some dough recipes require mixing dry ingredients before adding liquids, such as the dough used to bake certain types of cookies. The LDX Continuous Mixers processes these dough recipes, with specially created mixing elements cutting into the fat with other ingredients.
Discover the Many Advantages of Continuous Mixing
As bakery mixer manufacturers, we encourage you and your team to take a road trip to our Science & Innovation Center in Sinking Spring, Pennsylvania to watch live demonstrations. To determine which of our mixers works best for your business, we recommend accessing the Exact Mixing Continuous Mixing Calculator. Learn more about what we offer by submitting the short form or calling 610-693-5819.