The co-deposit stencil enables two fillings to be deposited concentrically and simultaneously within a biscuit sandwich. It allows the development of a wide variety of high-value eye-catching products.
Perfect register is obtained with the co-deposit stencil because the two fillings are deposited simultaneously from the same nozzle. Alternative dual deposit techniques use sequential stencils to place two separate deposits on the shell. The problems of alignment this causes are completely eliminated by the co-deposit principle.
End product diversity
Accurate register creates the freedom to develop new deposit shapes. Additionally, a wider variety of fillings can be handled. For example, a soft cream can be encircled with a solid cream. Highly differentiated products containing two different types of cream, jam, cheese and peanut butter are possible. Colours and consistency can easily be varied.
The co-deposit stencil enables the development of innovative end products without any modifications being needed to the sandwiching machine.
- Full Equipment Range
Mixing & Dough Feed Soft Dough Forming: Wirecuts Soft Dough Forming: Rotary Moulders Sheet Forming & Cutting Baking & Handling Biscuit Sandwiching
eSheet: High Speed Cream Sandwiching
Brochure: Cookies, Crackers, Bars & Snacks
Complete process lines for Cookies, Soft Dough Biscuits, Hard Sweet Biscuits, Crackers, Cream Sandwiches, Baked Snacks, Bars & Toaster Pastries
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