Biscuit, Cookie, and Cracker Manufacturing, Manual 3: Piece Forming, Volume 2
This sequence of manuals addresses key issues such as quality, safety and reliability for those working and training in the manufacture of biscuits, cookies and crackers. Each manual provides a self-sufficient guide to a key topic, full of practical advice on problem-solving and troubleshooting drawn from over 30 years in the industry.
The Biscuit, Cookie and Cracker Manufacturing Manuals will be useful to managers and engineers involved in processing confectionery and baked goods, as well as designers of machinery and production lines.
Sheeting o Gauging o Cutting o Laminating o Rotary Moulding o Extruding o Wire Cutting o Depositing o Troubleshooting Tips
This manual describes what is involved in forming dough pieces from mixed dough.
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Background to the biscuit industry
Sheeting gauging and cutting
Extruding wire cutting and depositing
Care cleaning and maintenance of machinery
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