The plait machine was specifically designed to add value to existing dough products without the necessary expense of new recipes or costly labour charges.
The machine imprints a pattern into an existing dough product (usually a finger roll or bap) the result of which gives the effect that the now plaited product has been manufactured by hand using a 3-rope principal.
- Available in single, 2, 3 and 4 row configurations.
- The single row machine can be hand fed or used with a roll plant.
- 2, 3 and 4 row versions are usually fed from a panner or finishing table
- Can accept a wide range of dough shapes and sizes (25g – 400g) these include round balls, pinned products, finger rolls, subs and full baguettes
- There are 3 plait pattern forming wheels available (small, medium and large).
- A Plain roller is also available which has been used to produce an elongated pinned finger roll (known as a fish bap).
- Ideal for sandwiches.
- Continuous production.
- Adjustable, centralising guides.
- Simple to operate and maintain.
- Compact and mobile.
- Consistent results.