Baking by infrared radiation

DIRECT GAS FIRED AND INDIRECT RADIANT OVENS

 

Button     Baking by infrared radiation provides a stable penetrative heat transfer, baking the  product from the inside and creating excellent volume, texture and flavour
Button     Suitable for all types of products except high rate crackers, particularly suitable for all snack crackers, soft dough biscuits and cookies and hard sweet biscuits
Button     Combination DGF / Indirect Radiant ovens are the optimum specification for most biscuit baking, allowing the baker to use different rates and modes of heat transfer at different stages of the baking process
Button     Indirect Radiant ovens are suitable for our Heat Recovery System, giving the  best fuel efficiency as shown by independent test

 

 

DGF oven

                                                              Baker Pacific Direct Gas Fired Oven                                                                    

 

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                                                             Baker Pacific Indirect Radiant Oven with Heat Recovery System

 

DIRECT GAS FIRED / INDIRECT RADIANT  is a suitable combination oven for products such as crackers, hard sweet biscuits, soft dough biscuits. Products, such as crackers and hard sweet biscuits requiring high heat input in the first part of the baking process to establish good structure and volume are baked effectively by a direct gas fired oven section followed by an indirect radiant oven section. The length of this direct fired section is usually one third of the total length of the oven and the power input of the direct fired section is one half of the total power input of the oven. The indirect radiant oven section will contribute to the optimum development of texture and colour of a wide range of crackers and biscuits.
 
Summary of the Heat Transfer modes

 

Convection - radiation - Conduction

 

For enquiries and more information please contact Baker Pacific at bakerman@bakerpacific.com.hk

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