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New oven takes the biscuit

Biscuit manufacturer Galbusera is the latest company to install a hybrid oven from Spooner Vicars, for the production of moulded and deposited soft biscuits.

The 100m long oven is a customised hybrid design that uses both indirect gas-fired radiant and forced convection zones.

Modular units deliver radiant heat transfer along the oven, above and below the baking band, or forced convective heat that uses a system of high-volume, low-velocity air flow radiation dampers to precisely control the ratio of radiant and forced convection heat transfer to the product.

Units can be quickly added to extend the capacity of a system as production demand increases, ensuring commissioning time is reduced to a minimum.

Contact: Spooner Vicars, Tel: 01925 296600

Related topics: Bakery, Processing equipment

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