Are you looking for an industrial bakery machinery supplier to help you replace older equipment with new, better-performing machines? Buying commercial dough production systems represents one of the most substantial costs found on your income statement. You should conduct extensive research to find the best supplier for your business. When you start the research process, we encourage you to dive into the successful background of Exact Mixing, a company that began in Memphis, Tennessee, in 1994.
Before Exact Mixing opened its facility to produce industrial bakery mixers, the batch mixing process represented the dough-blending method used by most businesses, from large manufacturers selling to wholesalers to retailers of all sizes. Exact Mixing offers an alternative to the batch mixing process called continuous mixing, which integrates proprietary technology to speed up the dough production process while at the same time significantly improving the quality of dough products. Our mission is to help bakeries deliver the highest quality products, including chips, bagels, crackers, donuts, and pet treats.
What Differentiates Continuous and Batch Mixing?
Although batch mixing has been around longer than continuous mixing, the engineers at Exact Mixing have refined and improved the technology used to create our highly-rated line of mixers. Although adding ingredients follows the same process for batch and continuous mixers, the similarities between the two mixing methods end there. For example, continuous mixers are much more accurate when packing ingredients into the mixing chamber. These more precise continuous mixers ensure the correct amount of each ingredient enters the mixing chamber, producing a more consistent dough product.
Our fully automated continuous mixers allow your business to run multiple batches through a mixer simultaneously. On the other hand, you must wait for one batch to finish before loading a second batch of ingredients in the mixing chamber of a batch mixer. The result is continuous mixers generate a higher yield that requires less labor. You save money on both labor and materials costs. Despite the higher purchase price, continuous mixers more than make up for the higher price by saving your business a considerable amount of money in operating costs.
What is Hydrobond Technology
We highly recommend that all of our current and potential customers visit the Exact Mixing Science and Innovation Center located in Sinking Springs, Pennsylvania. Spend a couple of days watching demonstrations and learning about the components that make up our continuous mixing systems, and you should return to your company ready to change the way you produce dough for baked goods.
One of the technologies developed by Exact Mixing engineers is called hydrobond, which combines liquid and a stream of a dry ingredient, such as flour, before the mixture enters the mixing chamber. The dough mixes on an individual particle basis that relies on a principle that involves adding smaller quantities of liquid. With hydrobond technology, you do not have to add heat to the process to ensure the optimal blend of liquid and dry ingredients.
The result is a process that thoroughly incorporates every dry ingredient required to complete a batch of dough.
Change to a Much More Efficient Method for Mixing Dough
From offering product versatility to creating higher quality dough, the continuous mixing method surpasses the batch mixing process for producing the dough used for every type of baked good. The key for you is to find the right industrial bakery machinery supplier to leverage the power of continuous mixers.
Exact Mixing is the right industrial bakery machinery supplier for your business. Learn more about us and our line of continuous mixers by submitting the short online form or calling 610-693-5816.