Cake Production Line
Junyu, a manufacturer & exporter of cake production line with its headquarter in China, can supply mainly all kinds of high-quality, competitive price, easy installation, and low-cost cake production line worldwide.
Cake Production Line Manufacturers
Normally, Cake Production Line divide into 2 types by molding into various shapes Or Cutting into cubes/squares like a layer cake or swiss roll.
We supply complete lines from mixing, forming, and baking to filling and packing.
We offer a broad range of services to help maintain and improve line performance and extend useful life.
From planning, designing, building, and commissioning to complete life support. There are also upgrades available to key features to improve performance and reliability.
The features of the JUNYU cake production line:
♦ 1. The whole line is made up of stainless steel material and high-temperature resistant rubber belt;
♦ 2.All the parts can be taken off easily for cleaning or maintenance;
♦ 3 .The whole line has an automatic control system;
♦ 4. The whole line can be adjusted automatically according to the different needs of customers;
Types of Cake Production Equipment
Cake Production Process
The different stages of a cake production line can include:
♦ Mixing The ingredients are combined in a machine to create a dough-like consistency. Different ingredients may be added at this stage, depending on the product. For example, chocolate chips may be added to cookies or fruit, and nuts may be added to muffins.
♦ Baking After mixing, cakes are baked in an oven for about 15 minutes at around 200 degrees Celsius (392 degrees Fahrenheit). Baking helps cook all the ingredients together, so they form a solid mass when cooled down later in the process. Baked goods will have a crisp texture after cooling down, making them easier to handle than raw doughy cakes without baking first.
♦ Cooling After baking, cakes are cooled down to room temperature. This allows the fats and liquids in the cake to solidify so they can be easily handled later by workers who decorate or package the product.
♦ After the cooling process is complete, cakes are covered with icing or frosting. This helps hold any loose crumbs together, so they don’t fall off when someone bites into their slice of cake. Packaging Cakes are placed into boxes or containers and sealed to be sold in stores.
Cupcake Production Line
The cupcake production line is an automatic process for making chocolate and cream cupcakes. It can improve the automation degree and efficiency of the cupcake production line. The main advantage of this machine is that it can make different designs for cupcakes.
Advantages of Cupcake Production Line:
♦1) There are many advantages to using the cupcake production line, such as it can improve efficiency, save time and cost;
♦2) It is an automatic process, so you don’t have to worry about making mistakes;
♦3) It has high-quality products with good taste;
♦4) It can make different designs for cupcakes;
♦5) It is easy to operate and maintain.
FAQs: Cake Production Equipment
What's the difference between molding cake and cutting cake machines？
The biggest difference is the molding.
The molding type is depositor into the cake molds to get different shapes of cake based on the molds, and the cutting type is directly deposited on a Steel belt and became a cake sheet then cutting cut or rolled into pcs.
Which type of cake machine is cheaper?
The base cost of the line the cutting type if more expensive because the forming process is on the steel belt,the steel belt oven is more expensive.
But for long term processing each type you shape the shape of the modling type you need replace the full cake molds,but the cutting type only change the cutter distance
Can I run both products on one cake production?
The semi-automatic lines can run both products but the automatic including the loss of the system design and function is not necessary and costly to do two types of product on one line.
What type of oven use for cake production line？
The cake production generally adopts an economical Hot air circulating oven, which can accept diesel, electricity, LPG gas, etc. as fuel
How bread is made step by step process?
Bread is produced in a factory by first mixing together flour, water and yeast. The mixture is then kneaded until it forms a dough, which is then left to rest for about half an hour so that the yeast can start to work.
Next, the dough is divided into pieces and flattened by hand or machine before being passed through a series of rollers which expand it. This process continues until the dough has been expanded to about double its original size and thickness.
Bread is produced in a factory by mixing flour, water, and yeast. The mixture is then kneaded until it forms a dough, left to rest for about half an hour so the yeast can start to work.
Next, the dough is divided into pieces and flattened by hand or machine before passing through a series of rollers that expand it. This process continues until the dough has been expanded to about double its original size and thickness.
The next stage involves cutting the bread into loaves using a large machine called a cutter. The loaves are then baked in an oven at around 190 degrees Celsius for around 20 minutes or until golden brown. Finally, once cooled down, the bread can be wrapped up and sold at supermarkets or shops all over Britain!
How Long Do Croissants Stay Fresh?
Croissants stay fresh for 10 days when stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator at 34°F (1°C). You can also freeze them for up to 2 months to ensure they last longer than that 10-day window.