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Key Features: Reviews how extrusion has become an accepted technology to continuously mix active pharmaceutical ingredients with excipients Focuses on equipment and process technology Explains various extrusion system configurations as a manufacturing methodology for a variety of dosage forms Presents new opportunities available only via extrusion and future trends Includes contributions of experts from the process and equipment fields. By Charles Martin.

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Dough Extrusion | Baking Processes | BAKERpedia

Case, Albrecht Huber, Kathrin Nickel. A hopper is placed over the feeding or dough driving mechanism. The hopper holds the dough load coming from the mixer and becomes a balance tank.

Hoppers have a special conical configuration, using gravity to convey the dough downwards. The rollers run continuously at low rotation speed that can be locally adjusted or intermittently to force dough out of the pressure chamber at the die. In other systems, a single- or twin-screw feeder is used for handling different product rheology and consistency. A die, nozzle or orifice, function as the final forming mechanism.

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Different diameters, shapes, configurations e. For production of wire-cut cookies, the dough is extruded, and a wire or blade mounted on a frame moves through the dough just below the die outlet.

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The cut dough pieces are then dropped onto a conveyor band for transport to the oven. The number of strokes ultimately determines the output units per min of this type of extrusion configuration. Then dough ribbon is cut into individual pieces by a vertically operating guillotine before the oven or after baking. If the product is to be baked as a continuous ribbon, the dough is extruded and deposited directly onto the oven band; otherwise, it is extruded, cut and deposited onto a conveyor belt connected to the oven.

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Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Stop by the Innovation Corner! Dough Extrusion Joanna Evoniuk T Dough Extrusion What is Dough Extrusion? How does dough extrusion work? Inlet hopper A hopper is placed over the feeding or dough driving mechanism.