New Continuous Processor Automatically Performs The Mixing and Liquefaction Steps in The Conching Process
Press Release Summary:
- Stainless steel processor converts milled chocolate paste into the finished chocolate product, suitable for producing dark, milk and semi-sweet chocolates
- Custom-engineered for each application based on laboratory testing using customer materials and formulations to verify performance
- Reduce the footprint required for processing while consuming less energy as well as excel in enrobing bars, candies and other product in chocolate
Original Press Release:
Continuous Processor Cuts Time-consuming Chocolate Conching Process from Hours to Minutes
Readco Kurimoto Replaces Batch Mixing, Speeds Production
York, PA - Continuous Processors from process equipment manufacturer Readco Kurimoto, LLC, York, Pa. (www.readco.com), automatically perform the mixing and liquefaction steps in the conching process that converts milled chocolate paste into finished chocolate product. Suitable for producing dark, milk, semi-sweet and other types of chocolate, the Continuous Processors speed these key steps in conching from hours in batch production to minutes while using less fat content to achieve the desired viscosities than with traditional processing methods. The Continuous Processors provide both the heating and high-shear mixing required for conching and effectively disperse agglomerates to achieve the desired taste, texture, moisture content and mouthfeel.
Available in sanitary USDA- and 3A-compliant designs (optional), the fully enclosed Continuous Processors eliminate the potential for contamination along with the batch to batch variations common to batch conching, and reduce the footprint required for processing while consuming less energy, even in 24/7 operation. The Continuous Processors also excel in enrobing bars, candies and other products in chocolate and in mixing and blending chocolate with nuts, raisins, flavors and other products.
The Readco Continuous Processors come in stainless steel as standard and are custom-engineered for each application based on laboratory testing using customer materials and formulations to verify performance. The continuous systems are manufactured in the company's York, Pa. headquarters and are delivered assembled, fully tested and ready for operation.
For a free brochure or more information, contact Readco Kurimoto, LLC, 460 Grim Lane, York PA 17406; 800-395-4959; or see www.Readco.com.
Paul Entin at 908-479-4231, firstname.lastname@example.org
David Sieglitz at 800-395-4959