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Electric Deck Oven

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Electric Deck Oven 1 Deck to 4 Decks/2 pans/3 pans per Deck with Ceramic Stone Plate/Strong Steaming System

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Rotary Rack Ovens

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ROTARY RACK OVENS, LOWEST FUEL CONSUMPTION, BEST BAKING RESULTS

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Proof Box

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A Proof Box is a sealed space that provides an environment for which you can control the temperature and humidity in which yeast-risen baked goods can rise more effectively. Dough left to rise uncovered outside a Proof Box can dry out. The dough is moist. Its surface tries to reach the same moisture level as the drier air around it, so it releases moisture which migrates to the air. With a high humidity rising environment, the dough won't need to do this. The higher humidity helps ensure that the outside edges of the dough won't go crusty, without having to cover the dough. Proof Boxes also provide a higher temperature, allowing for a faster rise. Bakeries aim for a temperature of around 100 F (38 C) with a humidity of 80 to 85 % in their Proof Boxes. This environment will rise doughnuts in 15 to 20 minutes, pizza dough in 30 to 60 minutes and a loaf of bread in 45 to 60 minutes. Places like Krispy Kreme Donuts have enormous proof boxes that are actually part of their assembly lines, with conveyor belts carrying the donuts slowly through them. Bakeries will use tall, built-in units with many shelves, or small mobile ones that can be stored away to save space. Both will have environmental controls built into them. Such a high-temperature environment is really only needed in commercial production. Home proofers aim for a temperature around 85 F (30 C) with a humidity of 80 to 85 %. There is nothing wrong with this somewhat lower temperature; it just means a lower proofing time. Given enough time, about 12 hours, dough will even rise in the fridge. Some people, in fact, feel that cooler, slower proofs provide better taste and texture than the speedy commercial rises at higher temperatures.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Baking Sheet

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Sheet pans, baking trays or baking sheets are flat, rectangular metal pans used in an oven. They are often used for baking bread rolls, pastries and flat products such as cookies, sheet cakes, and swiss rolls. These pans, like all bakeware, can be made of a variety of materials, but are primarily aluminum or stainless steel. The most basic sheet pan is literally a sheet of metal. Common additional features that may be found in sheet pans include a lip on one or more edges to prevent food from sliding off, handles to aid in placing the pan into the oven, and removing it again, or a layer of insulation or air (air bake pan) designed to protect delicate food from burning.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Dough Sheeter

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A dough sheeter is a kitchen machine that rolls out pieces of dough to a desired thickness. The resulting sheets are smooth, uniform and completed in a few minutes, a much shorter turnaround than rolling by hand.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Baking Racks

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In small to medium-size retail bakeries, baking may be done in a rack oven. This consists of a chamber, perhaps two to three metres high, that is heated by electric elements or gas burners. The rack consists of a steel framework having casters at the bottom and supporting a vertical array of shelves. Bread pans containing unbaked dough pieces are placed on the shelves before the rack is pushed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Dough Mixer

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A mixer is a kitchen utensil which uses a gear-driven mechanism to rotate a set of beaters in a bowl containing the food to be prepared. It automates the repetitive tasks of stirring, whisking or beating. When the beaters are replaced by a dough hook, a mixer may also be used to knead. A mixer may be a handheld mechanism known as an eggbeater, a handheld motorized beater, or a stand mixer. Stand mixers vary in size from small countertop models for home use to large capacity commercial machines. Stand mixers create the mixing action by rotating the mixing device vertically: planetary mixers, or by rotating the mixing container: spiral mixers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Bakery Sinks

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Bakery Sinks