Is your bakery having difficulty meeting the demand for Arnhemse Meisjes, the famous Dutch cookie that requires a thin dough to create puff pastry squares? Does your restaurant run out of the dough needed to make Dutch Stroopwafel? What about the dough that forms the foundation for the wildly popular Dutch Apple Pie? If your business in The Netherlands produces dough for a wide variety of baked goods with a batch mixer, you should consider exchanging mixers for the much more efficient continuous dough mixing method.
As part of the Reading Bakery Systems umbrella of companies, Exact Mixing has perfected the continuous mixing method of producing dough for every type of baked good or snack food sold in The Netherlands. Our mixers help bakeries, restaurants, delicatessens, and pastry shops meet the growing demand for fresh baked goods. Our team of experts can help your business solve the complex dough production process with mixers that follow the continuous mixing method.
What is the Continuous Mixing Method?
When Exact Mixing opened in 1994, batch mixing was the only method for commercial bakeries. Fourteen years later, we became part of the Reading Bakery Systems family and soon took the continuous dough mixing method to the next level.
The continuous mixing method follows a process in which carefully measured ingredients go straight into a highly-durable chamber that delivers a constant flow of dough. You control the rate of dough flowing out of the mixer while ensuring every recipe follows the instructions closely, producing the finest quality of dough ready for downstream ovens and other equipment.
Exact Mixing offers several types of continuous mixers. The HDX Continuous Mixer produces dough for products that absorb a lot of water, such as buns, rolls, and bread loaves. For much thinner dough recipes, the FX Continuous Mixer is the ideal model for mixing the dough required to produce a wide variety of chips and crisps.
Fully Automated Process Equals Lower Labor Costs
The consistent precision of measuring dough ingredients for the continuous mixing method dramatically reduces food waste. Another benefit of continuous mixing is the fully automated process followed for every type of dough.
The fully automated process starts with the ingredients being added and mixed by an automatically controlled recipe mixing system. Next, the system automatically cuts the dough into smaller chunks or produces dough shaped like a thin rope. Our fully automated technology saves you time and money by making more dough faster without requiring manual labor to control each step of the production process.
Learn More About the Continuous Mixing Method
At Exact Mixing, our team of dough production specialists helps potential customers discover the many benefits of transitioning from the batch to the continuous mixing method. We offer a tool called the continuous mixing calculator to help you determine which of our industrial bakery mixers is the right match for your business in The Netherlands. Contact us today for more information about our line of continuous mixers by submitting the Contact form or calling 610-693-5816.