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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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THERE ARE SOME ENROBERS THAT ARE FULLY JACKETED, SO IT DOES NOT GUM UP MACHINE AFTER USE.
USUALLY YOU WOULD USE COATING PANS
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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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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.
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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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Sollich can offer the Caramat enrober for a high viscous coating masses as well as Sollich polydimensional sprinkling device AGS.
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Aasted does make a "caramel coater / enrober" where you can use a heavy viscous mass to coat a center. 
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