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Equipment Overview - Biscuit Molding Machines

Our biscuit molding machines are used for the production of Danish butter cookies, gingerbread, low-fat biscuits and also for the production of dog biscuits.

 

The biscuit dough, which is fed via the dough feeding system to the biscuit molding machine, falls into the gap between the grooved feed roller and the engraved die roller. The grooved feed roller rotates towards the die roller, pulls in the supplied dough and forces it through the gap between the two rollers. Hereby the dough is pressed into the cavities of the die roller and the biscuits take shape.

 

An adjustable scraper system separates the surplus dough sticking to the surface of the feed roller. The rear side of the scraper blade ensures that the surplus dough is returned to the feed roller. A rubber roller presses the web against the die roller. Thereby, the dough pieces are extracted from the cavities in the die roller and are subsequently fed to a downstream transport band.

GF2

GF2

Biscuit molding in an easy way – the Haas-Meincke biscuit molding machines.
GF1

GF1

Biscuit molding in an easy way – the Haas-Meincke biscuit molding machines.
Rotodepositor 2016

Rotodepositor 2016

Biscuit molding in an easy way – the Haas-Meincke biscuit molding machines.