If you are exploring mixing equipment for your commercial bakery, consider Continuous Mixers from Exact Mixing. Almost any product you can make with a batch mixer can be made on an Exact Mixing Continuous Mixer, but the finished product will have a more consistent weight, size and texture, and you will save space, money and energy.
Exact Mixing, a Reading Bakery Systems brand, is the leading supplier of Continuous Mixing Systems for the food industry. We are dedicated to solving complex mixing challenges for customers across the globe and have installed more than 100 Continuous Mixers worldwide.
What products can be made with a Continuous Mixer?
Since 1994, Exact Mixing has developed Continuous Mixing systems that are ideal for the baked snack, cracker, cookie, sweet goods, pizza, tortilla, pet treat, and bread and buns industries. We also offer Continuous Mixing solutions for non-bakery items, such as protein bars, peanut butter, icing and pet treats.
Continuous mixing is not perfect for every application, but neither is batch mixing. Exact Mixing can help you decide how continuous mixing technology could improve your process. Try our Continuous Mixing Calculator to explore whether your process is a good fit for continuous mixing.
What is included in an Exact Continuous Mixing System?
A complete Exact Mixing Continuous Mixing System includes the mixer, blender, materials handling and ingredients metering, as well as the control system that monitors and distributes product between them.
Mixers are designed using Loss-in-Weight technology – the most accurate feeding technology available. And all metering and mixing procedures are monitored and initiated by the control system so the operator is always able to confirm and modify as needed.
We provide complete systems, testing and installation supervision for both straight dough and liquid ferment systems.
What is the cost of a Continuous Mixing System?
Continuous Mixing Systems are almost always higher in cost initially than batch mixers. This is because the raw materials that enter the Continuous Mixer have to be metered, which requires ingredient feeders. On the other hand, cost of operation and ownership is almost always less expensive than batch mixing. Continuous Mixing payback opportunities come from increased yield, increased throughput, increased consistency, reduced manpower, reduced downstream handling equipment, and reduced energy.
Where can I see a demonstration of Exact Continuous Mixers or test my products?
If you would like to see your products being mixed in a continuous process, we encourage you to visit our Reading Bakery Systems Science & Innovation Center in Sinking Spring, Pennsylvania, where pilot versions of all types of Exact Mixers are available along with an automated bulk handling system, a horizontal dry blender, gravimetric dry feeders and mass flow liquid systems.
To discover the many advantages of Continuous Mixing equipment for your commercial bakery, get in touch with Exact Mixing at (01) 610.693.5816 or contact us online.