As you evaluate mixing equipment for your industrial bakery in The Netherlands, consider Continuous Mixers from Exact Mixing. We are dedicated to solving complex mixing challenges for customers across the globe.
Exact Mixing, a Reading Bakery Systems brand, is the leading supplier of Continuous Mixing Systems for the baked food industry. Since 1994, we have developed solutions for the baked snack, cookie, cracker, sweet goods, pizza, tortilla, pet treat and bread and buns industries. With our equipment and expertise, we can help you reduce labor, cut costs, improve consistency and simplify your mixing process.
Exact Continuous Mixer Models
We offer a full line of mixer models and sizes that will successfully mix a wide variety of food products:
EX Continuous Mixer – Ideal for wheat-based products such as sweet goods, and crackers, and well-suited for all but the lowest viscosity powder/liquid mixtures; and designed to uniformly mix products where dough moisture levels range from very low to very high. The dough is gently mixed and developed without generating excessive heat.
HDX Continuous Mixer – Ideal for buns, breads, English muffins and similar products and specifically designed to manufacture highly developed dough at low temperatures. All ingredients are first mixed into a uniform mass with a twin screw mixer. In a separate section, the dough is kneaded to the proper development level with a single screw mixer.
MX Continuous Mixer – Our most versatile mixer is well suited for a wide range of products including cookies, snacks, batters, icings, pretzels, pizza and pastes. It is also an ideal first stage mixer for processes that require creme up and pre-blend stages.
FX Continuous Mixer – Ideal for hydroscopic powders such as potato flakes used to make fabricated potato chips and any other low moisture mixtures. The mixer is designed to distribute small amounts of moisture evenly into large amounts of powder by lifting the powder into atomized liquids.
LDX Continuous Mixer – Well-suited to most types of cookies and other applications where ingredients are blended before flour is added. 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.
What are the Benefits of Continuous Mixing Over Batch Mixing?
Almost any product that can be made with a traditional batch mixer can be made on a Continuous Mixer. The Continuous Mixing process eliminates the problems associated with batch cycles and produces a consistent product all day, every day. Some of the other benefits include:
- Consistent finished product weight, size and texture
- Better integration of minor ingredients
- Even hydration of dough
- High production rates with one mixer
- One mixer can feed multiple lines
- Automated self-monitoring and self-correcting system
- Quick and easy changeovers
- Dough leaves mixer in usable size loaves
- Clamshell design makes it easy to sanitize, maintain, clean and inspect
- User-friendly interface control panel simplifies training
- Excellent traceability
- Eliminates chance of contamination
- Simplifies the mixing process and dough feed equipment
- Can be operated with less labor and energy than batch mixing
- Achieve verifiable kill temperatures (pet foods)
Try our Continuous Mixing Calculator to explore whether your process is a good fit for continuous mixing.
Industrial Continuous Mixers from Exact Mixing can help your bakery in The Netherlands save space, money and energy compared to batch mixing. Contact our European Sales Manager, Joe Pocevicius, at +31-615-510-789, call our USA headquarters at (01) 610-693-5816, or click here for additional information.