As you evaluate suppliers of industrial bakery mixers, discover the benefits of Exact Mixing’s unrivaled range of equipment and explore how it can improve your cookies, reduce labor, cut costs, and simplify your mixing process.
Exact Mixing is dedicated to solving any complex mixing challenges you may have. We offer a full line of mixer models and sizes that will successfully mix a wide variety of food products.
Continuous Mixing Options for Cookies
LDX Continuous Mixer
The Exact LDX Continuous Mixer is designed for cookies (and other applications) where ingredients are blended before adding flour. All ingredients except flour are combined in the crème-up stage, and special mixing elements cut the fat into the other ingredients. The flour is added before the development stage where the final dough is created. The LDX Continuous Mixer offers dough production rates up to 9,000 kg/hour.
EX Continuous Mixer
The Exact EX Continuous Mixer is designed specifically for mixing low- to mid-absorption, fully developed cookie doughs, including wirecut cookies, rotary moulded cookies, and deposited cookies. The thorough mixing action quickly develops strong bonds in gluten strands. Peak development and consistent delivery of dough at the optimum temperature is achieved through a precise combination of speeds in the mixing and developing sections of the mixer. The EX Continuous Mixer offers dough production rates up to 7,500 kg/hour.
MX Continuous Mixer
For manufacturers of nut bars, protein bars, and similar products that involve first mixing a base dough and then blending in inclusions that require special mixing action to avoid damage, consider the Exact MX Continuous Mixer. It is designed specifically for products where dough moisture levels range from very low to high and where inclusions are routinely added with no tolerance for damage. Inclusions can be added near the exit of the mixer to obtain a uniform mix with no damage. The MX Continuous Mixer offers dough production rates up to 8,000 kg/hour.
If you would like to see your products mixed in a continuous process, we encourage you to visit the Reading Bakery Systems Science & Innovation Center in Sinking Spring, Pennsylvania.
Are Continuous Mixing Systems Expensive?
Continuous Mixing Systems are almost always initially higher in cost than batch mixers. This is primarily because the Continuous Mixer requires an ingredient feeder in order to meter raw materials entering the mixer.
But cost of operation and ownership is almost always less expensive than batch mixing. Continuous Mixing payback opportunities come from greater yield, increased throughput, better consistency, reduced manpower, reduced downstream handling equipment, and lower energy usage.
For nearly 30 years, Exact Mixing has developed innovative industrial bakery mixers for cookies, crackers, sweet goods, pizza, tortillas, pet treats, and bread and buns. Call our Robesonia, Pennsylvania headquarters at (01) 610-693-5816 to learn more.