The Parts of an Automatic Breading Machine


If you have an automatic breading machine for sale, potential customers will want to know how easy it is to assemble and disassemble it for cleaning purposes. Automatic breading machines apply breadcrumbs to batter atop crumbs or batter on food products such as vegetables, patties, nuggets, and the like. The crumbs or batter are poured into a trough at the machine’s top which dispenses them onto the food products passing below on the wire conveyor belts. The machine is primarily made of stainless steel, making it solidly built, easy to clean, and resistant to rust, oils, and other maintenance headaches.

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The tabletop version of the machine has only five or six parts to assemble. Two parts are approximately 15×20 inch conveyor belts with plastic gears, and slot into place so the gears engage and the part locks into place. The trough is another part of the assembly process. It has large pins that go into slots, so it remains in place during operation. Once all the parts are in place, you screw four bolts into place and close two clasps on the side of the machine. A panel near the bottom of the machine provides access to leftover crumbs or batter, making them easily removed at the end of a day or shift. Overall, it’s a simple machine.


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