If your commercial bakery creates the dough for wildly popular baked goods such as buns, rolls, and bread, you understand that staying on top of customer demand can be difficult. Each of the three types of baked goods can be served anytime during the year, from piping hot rolls during the winter holidays to hamburger and hot dog buns for summer picnics and barbecues. As an operator of a commercial bakery, you should consider investing in the industrial mixing equipment for bread, roll, and bun production offered by Exact Mixing.
Until 1994, commercial bakeries installed batch mixers to handle dough production orders. Although batch mixers cost less as an initial investment, they fall far short of the performance delivered by Exact Mixing’s line of continuous mixer models. Batch mixers present several problems for operators, but one issue stands out.
Batch mixers are slow.
The dough-mixing process consists of four distinct stages, each requiring several minutes to complete. With a batch mixing system, you must wait for all four stages to complete before feeding another round of ingredients into a machine. On the other hand, continuous mixers constantly feed and process the ingredients used to make raw dough, which means your commercial bakery can double, triple, and even quadruple its production yields. If your bakery produces the raw dough used to create widely popular baked goods such as rolls, bread, and buns, installing the right continuous mixer model from Exact Mixing helps you meet robust customer demand.
What is the Best Continuous Mixer for Bread, Buns, and Rolls?
Exact Mixing offers five continuous mixer models for commercial bakeries, each specializing in mixing the ingredients for a specific type of dough. For bakeries that blend the ingredients used to create rolls, buns, and bread, the HDX Continuous Mixer is the best machine for these specific types of dough recipes.
Our engineers designed the HDX specifically for dough recipes that must be highly developed. This machine works best for recipes that require an above-average amount of moisture, which means the HDX is the right choice for high-absorption dough recipes. Thicker baked goods such as buns, bread, and rolls require above-average moisture to develop into the right size, shape, and flavor. The HDX Continuous mixer operates on a two-phase system, with the first phase using a twin-screw blade to create a uniform mass of dough. A single-screw blade then gently kneads the dough to achieve the correct shape and texture.
Production rates for the HDX can exceed 10,000 kg an hour, which is ideal for working with high-demand dough that turns into buns, rolls, and bread.
Here are links to the other four continuous mixers designed by the engineers at Exact Mixing:
Watch Live Onsite Demonstrations
Other companies that manufacture industrial mixing equipment for bread, roll, and bun production offer live demonstrations. However, the demonstrations are performed live via a video uploaded to their websites. Exact Mixing takes live product demonstrations to the next level by offering live onsite demonstrations at the Reading Bakery Systems Science & Innovation Center in Sinking Spring, Pennsylvania. You can expect to learn how the HDX Continuous Mixer operates and interact with our team of engineers.
Get to know each of our five continuous mixers by signing up to attend a live onsite demonstration. Contact us by submitting the online form or calling our headquarters at 610- 693-5816.