3-Zone kneading process
May 13, 2016 By Doug Picklyk
The WP Kemper Kronos spiral mixer is a new design and a lower-cost version of the company’s President spiral mixer. The Kronos can handle gluten development for a variety of doughs because of its three-zone kneading process.
The fixed rotating speed of the mixer’s bowl allows for reproducible mixing results, and a variety of mixing tools are available including: a spiral, universal mixing tool; pretzel/bagel-spiral; rye-tool; whole grain-tool; confectioner-tool; blending-tool; and whisk.
The new Kronos spiral mixer is compatible with existing President and Titan bowls, and the mixer offers easy cleaning due to its high ground clearance (135 mm) and smooth inclined surfaces and a bowl scraper to clean the bowl during production.
The machine uses the INUS operating interface, the same
unit for most WP
Kemper machines. It uses a master-slave function allowing the
control/recipe management and
recipe transmission to different mixers
through one control panel.
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