If you are new to the bakery business, you may be wondering what types of bread making equipments you will need to buy. Your final decision will depend on the specific types of bread you want to make. If you decide to specialize in a specific type of product, then you may need to buy certain specialized types of bread making machinery to help you reach your goals.
The following are examples of some of the different types of bread making equipment you may need to buy for your business.
A divider is used to portion out the dough into even portions. From that point, it can be formed into the desired shape for the type of bread called for in the recipe.
Once the dough has been divided, it can be formed into the shape of your choice.
A hydraulic divider like the Div is an excellent option for your business. It is offered in a choice of either a stainless steel tank or a cast-iron tank. These machines can divide dough into 20 portions of between 100 g and 900 g and weight. The stainless steel version is also offered with an option that can divide 10 wide dough pieces with a maximum of 1,800 g.
A divider-moulder is another example of bread-making equipments you may want to consider. This machine gives you even more options than a simple divider. It can be used for portioning out many types of products, including:
The Tradiform moulding divider with press-plate is an example of the quality products we carry. This high-quality modular solution comes complete with a selection of moulding grids. It is compact and offers versatility, with more than 60 grids available! The Tradiform is fast and efficient to operate and can mold and divide up to 3,000 pieces of dough per hour.
We also offer the Diviform moulding divider (without a press-plate). This bread making equipment model is used for high-water content dough. Once inserted into the machine, the dough will position itself into the unit’s stainless steel vat. No mechanical pressing is required. Choose from single or double cutting systems (side or front). For small product batches, an optional half-matrix system is available.
These two types of machinery are examples of the types of bread making equipments you will want to consider when you are opening your own bakery business. The exact type of equipment you will need will depend on the types of bakery items you will be making, the volume you expect to produce in the first months you are in business, and your operating budget.
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