Mechanical dough developers range with capacities up to 200kg

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Mechanical dough developers range with capacities up to 200kg

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Bakery equipment supplier Benier UK, part of the Kaak Group, has launched a range of mechanical dough developers (MDD) with dry weight capacities up to 200kg.

There are four models in the standard range which vary from the MDD 35. They can produce 70kg of dough, through to the MDD 200, which can make 350kg.

“We have been working hard to develop a range of mixers that we believe will not only enhance the Chorleywood​ [breadmaking] process but will help it develop to the next stage,”​ says Benier UK md David Marsh. “The key advantages the MDD range offers are in design, maintenance and cleaning.”

This includes a mixing bowl, which has been developed in consultation with specialist stainless steel manufacturers to minimise the risk of cracking. The bowl and drive motor are totally enclosed in the tilting frame for complete wash-down and noise reduction.

The sealed design around the bearing system has been designed so that the user can easily see if the seal has been compromised. It only takes a few hours to replace the seal, which costs around £35.

Contact: Benier UK

Related topics: Bakery, Processing equipment

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