A universal industrial molding machine presented in its basic design. The process of dough rolling is based on the benier molding principle; it ensures a wide range of production & its high quality. Working settings are simplified: only basic elements are installed. Therefore, this simple in operation & sturdy molding system is also cost-efficient.
Recipes offering high percentage of rye and/or water produce an impact on the molding principle. Rolling into a dough sheet by means of a set of sheeting rollers yields the immediate sticking affecting the quality & efficiency. For this type of dough Bernier supplies the molding machine, ME600, for rye bread. On the conveyer belt the dough piece is rolled by the pressure roller. The belt conveyer equipped with a frequency controlled drive over the belt conveyer molds the dough bed into a loaf. Cleaning of this belt is performed by scrapes in order to remove the remaining dough & is dusted with flour to avoid friction with dough itself. Depending on the decoration it is possible to install a flour duster or a seed sprinkler between the pressure roller & the belt conveyer. Spilled seeds can be automatically returned into the machine collector for seed sprinkling.
Benier MI600 (HDS)
Molding machine, type M1600 - a heavy-duty industrial plant complying with high quality standards of operation- is specifically designed for tin or free-standing bread. In HDS version belt conveyers of the molding machine are removed within seconds by means of the quick-acting releasing mechanism providing for high quality of hygiene & fast replacement of belts for high efficiency. Consistency of the process quality is achieved due to the unique principle of Benier molding.
In the dough preparation section before the molding machine we improve quality & efficiency due to a number of technical modules.