Baking Ingredients and Processed Foods

Cablevey Food Conveyor Systems

Baking ingredients and processed foods conveyor systems are capable of handling many different sizes, weights, and combinations of materials. Typical loads include mixes and blends of flour, salt and yeast, chocolate and sugar, grain and fat, nuts and salt.

Maintaining Proportionate Blends

For the food processing industry, we know that maintaining proportionate mix blends of batches as they move through the production cycle are essential to success. This presents many issues as ingredients can be of variable densities and granularity leading to separation issues that can affect proportional accuracy. Fortunately, cable and tube processed food conveyor systems present a definitive solution to such issues as batch loads are contained in sealed buckets that move all batch ingredients without wastage, separation or damage.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can pre-batched loads include powders or wet materials?
Yes. Our food conveyor systems are designed to move materials in all forms including powdered and wet forms.
Are cable & tube food conveyors safe and sanitary?
Yes. The enclosed tube environment keeps food materials clean and safe while in transit. Enclosed tubes also serve to keep wastage low and your plant clean.
How are tube conveyors cleaned?
Wet, dry and in-line cleaning options are available. As part of our engineering and service process, we will work with you to specify the best cleaning solution for your needs and train you on how to use specified equipment.

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