If you are searching for Continuous Mixers and blenders for industrial bakeries, look no further than Exact Mixing.
Founded in Memphis, Tennessee in 1994, Exact Mixing, now a Reading Bakery Systems brand located in Robesonia, Pennsylvania, is the leading supplier of Continuous Mixing systems for the food industry. Our knowledgeable team has solved complex mixing challenges for customers across the globe.
What is the Difference Between Batch and Continuous Mixing?
Batch mixing is a process in which ingredients for a single batch are loaded (either at once or in a pre-defined sequence), mixed, and discharged from the mixer before introducing another batch. The time between batches often results in inconsistencies in batches due to processing variations and controlling mechanisms.
In comparison, Continuous Mixing is the process of continuously metering ingredients directly into the mixing chamber and generating a continuous stream of mixed product at the exit of the mixer. This results in even dough hydration, better integration of minor ingredients, and eliminates the dough variables caused by batch mixing. One mixer can feed multiple lines and can be operated with less labor and energy than batch mixing.
Exact Mixer Models
The Exact Mixing MX Continuous Mixer is our most versatile mixer. It Is well-suited for a wide range of products including pizza, cookies, snacks, batters, icings, and pastes.
The Exact Mixing EX Continuous Mixer Is an excellent choice for low-absorption, stiff, wheat-based doughs, such as crackers, bagels, pretzels, pizza, sweet goods and pet treats.
The Exact Mixing HDX or High Development Continuous Mixer Is designed specifically to manufacture highly developed dough at low temperatures and Is ideal for ultra-high absorption doughs, such as buns, breads, rolls, English muffins and similar products
The Exact Mixing FX Continuous Mixer is ideal for hydroscopic powders such as potato flakes used to make fabricated potato chips or any other low moisture mixtures.
The Exact LDX Continuous Mixer features 2-stage mixing for products that benefit from creme up and final mixing stages such as most types of cookies and other applications where ingredients are blended before the flour is added.
Will Your Process Be a Good Fit?
The Continuous Mixing Calculator can help you identify whether your process would be a good fit for continuous mixing. If you want to see your products being mixed in a continuous process, schedule a visit to our Science & Innovation Center in Sinking Spring, Pennsylvania, where pilot versions of all types of Exact Mixers are available.
A dedicated Continuous Mixing area features all of the Exact Mixer models, including the EX Mixer (Single screw), MX Mixer (Twin screw), FX Mixer (High shear), and HDX Mixer (High development). Various size mixers are available for Innovation Center work or in-plant demonstrations.
As leading global suppliers of continuous mixers and blenders for industrial bakeries, Exact Mixing’s equipment will improve your baked goods and snack food production process. Call our Robesonia, Pennsylvania headquarters at (01) 610-693-5816 or click here to contact us online.