System used to turn dough on feeding hopper.
Auto feeding system mainly used for portioning dough into small pieces and send them to the feeding machine. (3 roll laminator).
Designed for hard biscuits dough sheeting thickness
Arranged to be between roller and rotary cutter thickness, adjusts tightness in dough.
Designed for cutting doughto form shape and patterns of hard biscuit.
It is designed to recycle the waste and to feed soft cookie dough.
The laminator is necessary for the making of soda crackers and other layered biscuit products. After sheeting, the deposit of sprinkling of fat/flour goes through the sheets of dough ( in case of cream crackers ); the dough will be then conveyed to the sheeting forming line machines machine for the creation of the crackers. The crackers made using the laminator show a clearly layered structure with a crispy flavor.
This equipment is for special flavor in biscuits. The biscuit can be sprayed with sugar, slat, sesame or other similar materials.
It adapts to a spray belt, the system is average and easy to recycle.
The quantity of spray can be adjusted through the transducer.
It is used to spray oil to the surface of baked biscuits coming out of the oven so the biscuits may acquire good color and flavor. It comes with a high speed dish which turns oil into fan oil mist for even and perfect spraying. After going through the oil spray machine, the biscuits go through the oil filter to have the excess oil recycled.
The BME, LLC two and four row Sandwich machines are highly accurate in their speeds and filling tpyes. The machine is capable of single, double, triple andup to 4 and 6 rows of cookies across the machine. Furtherore we are able to do dual colors, dual filling such as cream and jam and also three buscuits with two fillings. Alkong with speeds of up to 1600 a minute on two row machines and 3200 a minute on 4 row machines, we are able to multiply rows for cooling tunnels and or chooclate enrobing along with auto grouping and loading into flow wrappers and or slug wrappers.