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Industrial Bakery Equipment

CWR Resources provides several high-quality industrial appliances. These appliances are perfect for bakeries and other food production facilities looking to expand or upgrade their equipment.

Which machines are used in the bakery industry?

In any business, the right tools for production and service lead to successful results, as well as fewer headaches along the way. Since quality commercial bakery equipment is essential for any bakery or pastry shop, careful owners can stay within their startup budgets if they shop from the wide selection of bakery machines available on the used industrial supplier market.

Ovens Variety

A bakery’s most important piece of equipment is its oven. The type you choose depends on how big your business is and what you plan to bake. Convection ovens, which normally have a stainless steel construction, use forced hot air and bake quickly, allowing you to produce more. They are ideal for batches of cookies.

Baking large quantities of foods can be more efficient with rotating racks and revolving trays. Rack ovens allow for an entire cart full of stacked trays to be rolled into the oven, cooked in quick succession, then rotated out so that one rack is always resting as fresh goods start cooking.

Deck ovens are another type of oven with which cakes, breads, or pizzas are placed directly on the baking surface. Due to the revolving racks, all the trays are evenly baked.

Proofing Boxes

Another important bakery machine is a proofing box. It is not only a useful tool but also something that should be used for the best possible results in bread and baked goods. The dough can rise to three times faster with this unit, which will allow you more time for preparing other items while your delicious loaf of bread or cake bakes itself! A proofer oven allows the dough to rise before baking it so there are fewer chances of having an undercooked product – instead, crispy crusts await on its surface as soon as it comes out from inside the device’s chamber!

Mixing things up

In the same way, as with the oven, the type of dough mixer you need depends on the type of baked goods you are making and the anticipated volume of your business. If you mix mostly cakes, cupcakes, and lighter batters in a small-scale environment, a planetary mixer may work. Planetary mixers have a stationary bowl paired with rotating attachments including a dough hook, paddle, and whip. With spiral mixers, both the bowl and attachments revolve, which allows the dough to gain its gluten structure, which is important for bread production. Professional mixers have a stainless steel construction.

No matter what type you use, make sure you get quality industrial bakery equipment that can withstand continuous use. Bowls come in a range of volumes, as counter-top models and floor-stand models. If you use a lot of bowls, a mixer bowl lift may be helpful.

Racks and Tables

Baker’s tables are used to roll out and cut dough, knead bread, and decorate baked goods. Baker’s tables come in all shapes- from stainless steel to wood. Some bakeries have drawers for small tools or lower shelves for easy access to supplies while others may not offer this convenience but the table is sturdy enough that it doesn’t matter if you spill a little flour or sugar on top!

A multi-level rack allows you to store goods while they are being baked or cooling. And don’t worry about the lack of height, because all levels can be adjusted up and down depending on what is needed at any given moment.

See our available used commercial bakery equipment here. Feel free to contact us if you’d like to sell your machine.

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