Ready for the big show
FRITSCH presents live and in action state-of-the-art production technology at the IBIE(PresseBox) (Markt Einersheim, )
Visitors can see for themselves just what a FRITSCH product is, what robustness and precision "Made in Germany", what simple hygiene and, above all, what gentle dough production with FRITSCH Technology SoftProcessing(C) really mean for the daily practice of the baking trade: Maximum availability, highly reliable even under extreme stress, satisfaction of the latest hygienic guidelines, and the chance to produce premium products with natural, soft dough rationally, automatically and yet, "as if from the master baker's hand".
Why go back and correct something when it is possible to avoid damaging it in the first place? The answer FRITSCH engineers give to this question is SoftProcessing(C) Technology, a system of doughspecific and design solutions that allow for precise formation, gentle dough processing and higher output in one perfect combination. As a result, the delicate structure of the dough can be preserved even when worked by machines. Nor is it a problem to work dough types requiring higher absorption rates and longer dough resting time in order to stay fresh longer.
The main reason FRITSCH lines are so gentle on the dough is that they are completely free of conventional doughdividing technology. FRITSCH lines work on the basis of a single dough sheet, from which nearly every product type can be made. It is hardly a coincidence that the early success of the FRITSCH enterprise begins with the ROLLFIX doughsheeter -- which, by the way, is making an amazing comeback in the USA and, as a result, will be featured in Las Vegas in three configurations.
Also along for the ride: The FRITSCH MULTILINE, the highperformance allpurpose continuous doughsheeter that fits into the tightest of spaces. And the FRITSCH MULTICUT, the multitalented spacesaver for all types of pastry, coiled products and specialty bread.
All this and more awaits you in Las Vegas at the IBIE from 26 to 29 September 2010. Come and see for yourself. FRITSCH: Hall C-3, Stand 7540.