Use of spiral mixers in commercial activities
The spiral mixer is a widely used machine in food laboratories such as bakeries and pastry shops, to mix together basic ingredients such as flour, water, salt or sugar and yeast that will work together for the preparation of dough and other tasty foods.
Spiral mixers consist of a fixed body, located inside the machine, a box on which lie the control buttons, of a bowl and of a hook spiral.
How does a spiral mixer work?
The bowl, which typically has a cylindrical shape, is made in stainless steel and it can be of three different kinds, that is: fixed, removable or folding. Surely removable and folding versions make it simpler and faster to pick up the dough from the machine to work concluded, because it is possible to deposit it directly on the worktop.
The processing of the ingredients is done through the spiral hook that, possessing the right curves and by turning on its own axis, allows working the dough in a homogeneous way. All this is also facilitated by the rotation on itself of the bowl. Specifically the spiral lengthens and stretches the dough giving it the right stringing. There is also a central column fixed to facilitate the movement of the mixer.
Other optionals for spiral mixers
In the upper part of the spiral mixer, attached to the bowl, is a protective grille called head, which acts as a lid and which is also connected to the spiral hook. This head can be of two types: fixed or retractable. The retractable version has the advantage of making the process of cleaning the components an easier and faster one.
The spiral mixer is available with bowls of different capacities between 8 kilos and 50 kilos and some engines of different power.
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