For many bakers and confectioners, beating and stirring machines for producing masses – particularly with delicate products such as cream and egg white – are a popular and frequently used alternative to planetary and kneading machines. And rightly so – as the vibratory technology used in beating and stirring machines simulates human hand movements when beating ingredients. This creates masses with a considerably more stable structure that is less prone to collapse. The beating and stirring machines in the REGO® SM series feature welded frames and are made of stainless steel. This type of construction enhances the robustness and proven durability of the beating and stirring machines in the REGO® SM series.
Forces and torques are dissipated by the extremely stable bowl lift and guiding mechanisms. Despite their capabilities, the powerful drives are economical, meet IE standards, and are thus classified as energy-efficient in power ranges of 0.75 to 3.0 kW.
Yet despite their ruggedness and power, the machines allow for very fine operation and adjustments to ensure the very best recipe results.
The continuous electronic speed control, combined with the digital time indicator and automatic cut-out function, enable a precise, reproducible result based on any given recipe, with a maximum operating speed of 650 rpm.