Are you looking to do more with less at your commercial bakery? If you answered yes, consider streamlining bakery production lines with continuous mixers.
Like a vast majority of businesses operating in the food and beverage industry, you walk a very thin line between making a profit and bleeding considerable red ink. Now with commodity prices soaring through the proverbial roof because of supply chain disruptions, the thin line between making and losing money is as thin as it has ever been. Exact Mixing broadens the thin line between profit and loss by helping businesses streamline bakery production lines.
Founded in 1994, Exact Mixing designs and manufactures a line of five continuous mixing systems that blend dough ingredients in one mixing chamber that feeds multiple lines. Our automated technology delivers a much more precise measurement of wet and dry ingredients to minimize costly food waste. Automation of the dough-blending process also speeds up the feeding of ingredients, as well as self-corrects any operational issues that arise during the mixing and development stages.
If your commercial bakery currently operates batch mixers, consider changing to a dough-mixing system that produces more dough in less time. The clamshell design of our mixing chambers prevents cross-contamination of dough ingredients. It also allows operators to clean and sanitize their machines at a much faster pace to pack more production orders into a shift.
5 Continuous Mixer Models
Each of the five continuous mixing systems designed by Exact Mixing goes a long way toward streamlining production lines for commercial bakeries.
One dough recipe that requires perfect precision involves adding dough as the last dry ingredient before the development stage. Any deviation from recipe specifications can lead to dough forming surface imperfections such as cracks and lumps. The LDX Continuous Mixer cuts fat into the other dry ingredients to make adding flour a much more streamlined maneuver.
As the most versatile continuous mixing system in our line of mixers, the HDX Continuous Mixer blends dry and wet ingredients to form thick baked goods such as rolls, bread, and English muffins, as well as hamburger and hot dog buns. Dry ingredients blend during the first stage by using a double-screw blade before the HDX gently kneads dough with a single-screw blade.
Fabricated corn and potato chips require a delicate kneading of dough ingredients to prevent structural issues from diminishing the quality of the baked goods. Batch mixers cannot handle this dough recipe, but the FX Continuous Mixer lifts evenly distributed atomized moisture particles into hydroscopic powders to create popular snack chips.
As the perfect machine to operate as a first-stage mixer for the creme-up and pre-blend stages, the FX Continuous Mixer creates the dough used to form baked goods like cookies, pretzels, and cake batters. Feeding multiple lines from one mixing chamber helps streamline your bakery operations.
For baked goods such as thin-wheat-based crackers, the EX Continuous Mixer is the best machine for streamlining bakery production lines at commercial bakeries. This machine mixes dry ingredients with a wide range of moisture levels from very low to extremely high. As the EX gently kneads dough, it does not generate excessive heat during the development stage of the dough-blending process.
Streamlining bakery production lines with continuous mixers helps your business generate higher production yields, while at the same time reducing operating costs. Discover how our line of continuous mixing systems can help boost your bottom line by submitting the Contact form found on our website or by calling our headquarters at 610-693-5816.