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Is there equipment that can enrobe with a viscous syrup, and then coat with a dry ingredient?

The product is 1" in diameter. Any advice / recommendations welcome!


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Bob Sahol from Union Standard Equipment Co

THERE ARE SOME ENROBERS THAT ARE FULLY JACKETED, SO IT DOES NOT GUM UP MACHINE AFTER USE.
USUALLY YOU WOULD USE COATING PANS

Nov 5, 2013

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Ben Wahl at West Thomas Partners, LLC

Thanks Bob. Do you have any specific pieces of equipment available or that you'd recommend?

Nov 5, 2013

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Clay Gordon from FBM S.r.l

It sounds like what you are looking to do is "glaze" something. Perhaps a baked good.

Whether or not there is an enrober line that will do this is dependent on the viscosity of the syrup. It it's like a compound coating then the answer is probably yes.

As for the coating with a dry ingredient, many temperer/enrobers have add-ons that can sprinkle items such as crushed nuts and shredded coconut, so the answer is if that's what you're looking to do, then yes.

Nov 6, 2013

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Ben Wahl at West Thomas Partners, LLC

Thanks Clay - can we follow up with a more detailed discussion? I have a request in with all of my contact info. Thanks!

Nov 6, 2013

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John Holland from Sollich North America

Sollich can offer the Caramat enrober for a high viscous coating masses as well as Sollich polydimensional sprinkling device AGS.

Dec 4, 2013

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Ray Cote from Aasted

Aasted does make a "caramel coater / enrober" where you can use a heavy viscous mass to coat a center. 

Nov 20, 2013

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