The time frame in which a
commercial bakery pan can be used effectively is relatively
short. First, the pan is exposed to extreme heat (390°F) for the
various baking processes, such as bread and other baked items.
The presence of sugar is in all bakery items and through the
baking process, sugar will eventually break down from a solid
state to a carbon state on the surface of the pans. This carbon
build-up makes the non-stick finish ineffective within a period
of five weeks or less.
The Badger processing
unit is a modern unit, which utilizes ultrasonics as a cleaning
process. The coating process, utilizes GE Silicone SBC 200
bakeware coating and an infrared curing process. This is known
as the very best technology available for the bakery recoating
industry and it can process some 300 pan units per hour from pan
entry to pan exit for shipping. This system is one of a kind and
was specifically built for this unique service.
- Culling of Pans for Recoating
The pans are removed from
service at this time and shipped to the service centre for
cleaning and re-glazing. The pans are prepared for shipping
on pallet boards (300 pans) and generally speaking, large
bakeries will ship at least 1,500 pans every fifth weekly
period for reconditioning.
- Shipping Pans to the Plant
- Shipping Pans to Bakery
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