ROBESONIA, PA. — Reading Bakery Systems (RBS) is set to unveil new equipment solutions at iba, which is being held Sept. 15-20 in Munich. The baking systems manufacturer will display its new Exact Mixing HDX continuous mixing system, Thomas L. Green servo wirecut machine and showcase new data collection tools from its Scorpion profiling system.
At iba, attendees can view the newly redesigned Exact Mixing HDX continuous mixing system that is geared toward bun, bread, roll and English muffin production. Its high-speed developer can manufacture highly developed dough at low temperatures and create more consistent color and height in buns and rolls while reducing energy output.
RBS also will have its Thomas L. Green servo wirecut machine on display at the event. The machine produces a variety of cookies, biscuits and bar products at high throughput yields of up to 300 cuts per minute. It also is designed for improved maintenance and easy clean-up, giving operators more flexibility.
New oven profiling solutions from the RBS Scorpion profiling system also can be seen on the show floor. Specifically developed for bread and bun bakers, the Pan+Dough Probe and the Temp+Airflow Sensor Array, gather data on baking processes to ensure consistent output. The Pan+Dough Probe helps operators achieve steady bake cycle S-Curves by using a fixed position dough interface/core temperature measuring device while the Temp+Airflow Sensor Array is used to simultaneously profile temperature and airflow across the width of large tray and grid conveyor ovens.
To view these innovations and more, iba attendees can visit the RBS’s booth located at B1.234. During the show, the company will be giving away a new Scorpion Food Safety System to one attendee.