The Rheon sheet line equipment features the original developed Stress Free system, this system allows the equipment to handle a very wide range of doughs - considerably wider than opposition machinery.
In particular, the Rheon equipment can handle very wet dough’s of up to 86% water for Ciabatta production and other Artisan breads.
Features of Rheon Bread and Pastry Machines:
The stress free system also does away with intermediate proofing - a process other equipment usually needs to allow time for the roughly treated dough to relax and develop further.
The V4 Stress Free Dough Feeder is a specially patented system of combining a gravity feed system with gentle shaping and patting equipment to produce a continuous block of stress free dough to the cross-roller, stretcher and down stream equipment.
The treatment and pressure to the dough is so gentle that the use of chemical additives can usually be eliminated.
Another feature of stress free production is to be able to freeze pre-proofed product. This means that ready-to-bake product can be supplied to outlets that only require an oven to bake off. This gives a superior product to Par-Bake products (partially baked) which the Australian market has favoured.
Another feature developed by Rheon is the ability to make both pastry and bread on the same line. Usually this is not possible as the pastry line makes many layer of dough sheet and is completely different from bread dough production which usually uses a "chunking" process.
However, the Rheon lines use the same equipment (without the laminators) and produce bread from sheet by rolling it up and portioning it for tins or baguette and Artisan bread production.
The new "M" system gives a far superior loaf from tinned breads than the piece method.
Clever compact fully automatic and semi-automatic panning systems compliment the line.
Symetec | Food Processing Machinery
Symetec represents a range of strong and versatile equipment lines that are used in almost all facets of the food industry - bakery (cookie and bread dough), meat, poultry, seafood, vegetable, meat substitute, dairy, snack and confectionary.
The strength of this versatility falls on two of Symetec's major equipment lines - the Rheon encrusting machine from Japan and the Formatic Forming & Portioning machines from the UK.
The Econo System coating and fry lines from the UK, the strong German mixers from Eberhardt, the versatile Ultrasonic cutting equipment from Doinghaus, as well as the Spreadmatic auto-buttering machines all reinforce Symetec's solid reputation of supplying versatile and reliable equipment lines.
Symetec commenced business in 1995, although the owner has been associated with Rheon and in the food business since 1988.