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Are nuts small enough to be completely enrobed in chocolate without a prebottomer?


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Ray Cote from Aasted

So long as the nuts are large enough to not fall through the wire mesh belt on the enrober you can use an enrober. Most people will do a "double coat" of chocolate when using an enrober. though. You run them through once and after cooling you run them a second time though. I have sold several lines where the customer went from the first enrober into a cooling tunnel and then into a second enrober and final cooling tunnel. That way they also wound up have 2 lines if they wanted to run separate products, one on each half of the line.

Nov 20, 2013

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Clay Gordon from FBM S.r.l

I agree with Bob. You generally would not use an enrober to cover individual nuts with chocolate - it has nothing to do with whether a prebottomer is in place. It has to do with the size of the pieces and the way enrober belts are constructed.

Coating pans or belt coaters are the preferred pieces of equipment to use to cover nuts and small pieces of fruit with chocolate.

Nov 6, 2013

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Bob Sahol from Union Standard Equipment Co

WITH NUTS THEY USE COATING PANS

Nov 5, 2013

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