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Swiss Roll Production Line | Animation

Swiss Roll Production Line | Animation

Swiss Roll Production Line | Animation

To demonstrate the working mechanism of Swiss roll making machine, we have created an animation which the process of this system can be explained well in the video.

https://youtu.be/dLmaU3n2esM

The Swiss roll making machine is used for industrial production of cake rolls, which has been promoted in Europe, Asia and North America. Its main feature is that it can make swiss cake continuously with lower energy cost. The Swiss roll making machine can finish the process at one shot, and the produced products are of even thickness and without seam. The equipment has advanced functions and better performance than other traditional machines. 

Sinobake can provide you with a complete Swiss Roll Production Line, including a specialized Mixing System, Forming System, Multi-zone Baking System, Cooling System, and Packing System. We offer a range of Bakery Machines that vary in capacity from 100 to 2,000 kg/hr depending on the Customized Tunnel Oven Productivity. 


 @Sinobake Simon

 +86 133 9224 0586 

simon@sinobake.net

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