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  • ►  Food Industry • Confectionery Equipment 

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    Equipment used for the production of pastries, candy, or other sweet foods. Processes include tempering, depositing, cutting, laminating, etc.

    Sollich's chocolate production line includes chocolate enrobing lines, cooling tunnels, chocolate tempering, bar manufacturing, praline forming, molding plants, sprinkling and decorating, chocolate forming systems, chocolate pumps, and mixing and dosing.

  • ►  Food Industry • Confectionery Equipment • Coating/Enrobing/Laminating Equipment 

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    Coating/Enrobing/Laminating Equipment

    Sollich produces a selection of chocolate enrobing equipment in various belt widths. For small production volumes, the Minicoaster is available in both 320 mm and 420 mm widths. The Temperstatic® Turbo is available in machine widths of 520 mm and 620 mm. A line of large scale chocolate enrobing systems with belt widths from a range of 820 to 2600 mm includes a Bottom Coater for bottom coating, compact Temperstatic T5, Enromat B5 Basic, Enromat M5 Custom, Enromat M5-CIP with washable high performacne, and Enromat M5-Magnum for high speed duties. Sollcotop  is aslo manufactured in working widths from 400 to 1800 mm for operating speeds up to 12 m/min and is ideal for chocolate enrobing of either half coated products or for strip coating. Sollich also offers ice cream enrobing line of belt speeds up to 30m/min  and machine widths of 320 mm to 1800 mm.

     

  • ►  Food Industry • Confectionery Equipment • Tempering Equipment 

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    Tempering Equipment

    Sollich makes chocolate tempering machines such as their Turbotemper liquid machine which features improved heat resistance of chocolate, uniform hollow good shells, pinhole free chocolate coating, and more as well as a nougat and nut tempering machine offering continuous cooling and solidification.