Baker Pacific are the designers of leading Indirect Radiant biscuit ovens. Our experience in design, manufacture, installation and commissioning is over 40 years, originally with Baker Perkins Ltd, UK.
Oven efficiency with the Heat Recovery System
Independent tests were carried out on 3 ovens in the same factory producing identical rotary moulded biscuits with the same baking time. The tests measured the oven efficiency by calculating the energy usage (gas) in kWh (kilowatt hours) to produce one kg of baked biscuits
Indirect Radiant heating system
The burners fire into the burner tube of a heat exchanger and the hot air is circulated through radiant tubes above and below the oven band. Baking is by infrared radiation.
The heating system is essentially a closed system and the energy required from the burner is only sufficient to maintain the baking temperature. The extraction system is entirely separate from the heating system.
The burner draws in air for combustion and the excess air in the system is exhausted through a natural flue. This hot air / burnt gas may be used in the Heat Recovery System to provide high fuel efficiency.
Baker Pacific Indirect Radiant oven with Heat Recovery System