System Components Proofing

Discontinuous production

A high level of product variety and small batches are arguments in favour of discontinuous production with individual, generally automated process islands, which are linked with one another via conveyors and loading systems. The individual processing sequences of discontinuous proofing technology are cycled in steps, but not organised as a continuous production flow. They therefore retain a high level of autonomy within the overall system, making customised processes relatively simple.

Continuous production

You should consider continuous production more and more, the higher your expected performance, the larger the batch and the lower the product variety. This involves manufacturing the baked products in a production line in a continuous fully-automatic process. The proofing system is implemented in the line and meets the requirements of the customer and product(s) precisely.