The DLV model lobe depositor from GEA has been developed to cope with the increasing demands of a diverse bakery sector. Designed for the production of wire cut biscuits and smooth batters on trays, the system can also deposit cakes or fillings.
The DVL model lobe depositor comprises a belt conveyor for trays, and a moving vertical head. The flexibility of the system hinges on the design of the individual lobe pump system (ILPS), which allows the head to deposit a wide range of batters, fluids, dense and aerated mixes, and even batters containing small solid particles, such as chocolate or nuts. The head comprises a pair of motorized rollers that feed the volumetric lobe pumps underneath.The assembly can be supplied with different outlets, and a wire cut unit and twist device are also available.
Developed to be user friendly and easy to clean, all the DLV machine functions are PLC controlled, and an operator can program, store and retrieve all working parameters for each product, using the interface panel. Safety and hygienic design are built in. The depositor features All the moving parts of the DLV depositor have stainless steel protection guards and safety switches, while the hopper, feed rollers, lobe pumps and nozzles can be easily stripped down for cleaning.