Baker Perkins’ TruClean
sheet forming and cutting lines handle a wide range of dough types to produce
laminated and/or sheeted biscuits, crackers and snacks. The range covers every application, from
dedicated plants to flexible, multi-purpose lines. Every machine has been designed for high output
while minimising costs in areas such as labour, waste and downtime.
Efficient and reliable for low production costs
Waste and scrap are very low, while changeover and cleaning
between production runs is quick and straightforward. High
quality components and software maintain trouble-free
operation for long periods. Motors and gearboxes operate
well within capability to ensure that component stress does
not affect reliability.
Precise weight control at high outputs
All units have the motor power and mechanical strength to run
at very high speeds for long periods without loss of weight
control or quality. Low-deflection, solid gauge rolls guarantee
weight control over many years. The control system provides
accurate speed control of each unit, and a sophisticated cascade
system maintains a smooth flow of dough along the line.
Designed to achieve the highest levels of
Every unit is designed with hygiene in mind: maximum access,
minimum components between the frames and tool-free
removal of scrapers make cleaning simple and quick. Baker
Perkins’ TruClean™ standard achieves the highest level of
hygienic operation in accordance with the GMA’s 10 Principles
of Equipment Design and other relevant industry guidelines.
For videos and more information on Baker Perkins’
TruClean™ sheet forming and cutting lines, please seewww.bakerperkins.com/SFC
Hard Sweet Biscuits
Typical Installation Includes:
Three Roll Sheeter
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Baker Perkins supports every piece of equipment throughout its life, with a
comprehensive programme of parts, service, upgrades and rebuilds. Parts are
available around the clock, while our team of service engineers can assist with
both repairs and routine maintenance. Existing equipment may be rebuilt to
extend service life, and/or upgraded to improve performance.