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FRITSCH introduces third-generation ROLLFIX

FRITSCH announced the relaunch of the centerpiece processing line of its portfolio, the ROLLFIX, now in its third generation. The engineers of FRITSCH have made the dough sheeter even easier to control and more user-friendly than ever with this upgrade. The machine redesign now makes the flour duster easier to remove and the line quicker to clean. “This is our response to the increasing quality requirements of bakers and what they expect from our machines,” said Fred Dorner, Head of Research & Development at FRITSCH.

The ROLLFIX comes in three models, basic, plus and prime:

  • The ROLLFIX basic is a manual dough sheeter that leaves most of the control to the operator. It can process dough portions of up to about 15 kilograms.
  • The computer-controlled ROLLFIX plus offers numerous predefined programs with special rolling factors. This allows extremely gentle sheeting of the dough.
  • The ROLLFIX prime, thanks to its powerful drive system, handles dough portions of up to about 20 kilograms. It gives the operator many intuitive control options, for example for producing thin dough. The dough sheets produced on a ROLLFIX can then be processed further into final products on the VARIOCUT, VARIOFLEX and MULTIFLEX.

The first ROLLFIX was introduced in 1956, when it significantly contributed to making the traditionally strenuous trade easier for bakers. The dough sheeter enabled them to easily produce a uniform dough sheet, ready for further processing either manually or by machine. “The outstanding sales success of the ROLLFIX at the time laid the foundation for the company’s advancement, which is still characterised by numerous innovations today,” said Managing Director Andreas Eyd.

The ROLLFIX dough sheeter is available for demonstrations and working visits at the World of Bakery technology center, where FRITSCH replicates the entire supply chain of a bakery, from the dough sheeter up to the industrial IMPRESSA series.

FRITSCH is a part of the MULTIVAC Group and utilizes a global network of over 80 subsidiaries for close proximity to customers worldwide.

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