Revamp for pastry-maker

10 September, 2010
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German firm Fritsch has updated its Euroline pastry-maker in time for the Moscow Modern Bakery show in October. The Euroline's pneumatic drive system has been replaced with an electrical one, significantly reducing noise levels and allowing a greater number of strokes up to 80 punching and 150 cutting strokes per minute.

Special attachments allow the baker to produce a wide range of pastry types and the machine's guillotine cut-off attachment moves in time with the dough sheet to create uniformity and avoid compression or stretching.





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