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adhere a variety of toppings that may include seeds,
grains and herbs. Precision Spray Control (PSC) is
used to ensure coatings are applied consistently and
uniformly, even when the conveyor speed changes.
Benefits of this system include high topping
retention to the bread, improved product quality and
For bakeries that require automatic scoring (splitting)
of bread loaves, rolls and buns, Spraying Systems
recommends the AutoJet Bread Scoring System.
The system utilises PulsaJet automatic spray guns
which emit a solid stream water spray directly onto
the dough. The PulsaJet guns are fitted with a Uni-
Jet spray tip that allows for precise splitting of the
dough. The system’s AutoJet Model 2008+ Control
Panel allows for the nozzles to be adjusted to suit
any product or line speed. Benefits of this system
include lower scrap rates, increased production
volume and improved worker safety.
The company’s nozzles, manifolds and automated
systems are all made in food-grade compliant
For more information on how Spraying Systems can help you enhance your
spray-related bakery operations, call 0800 777 291 or visit www.spray.co.nz.
Spraying Systems has developed specialised systems
for many types of bakery applications. With
more than seven decades of experience in providing
solutions to the bakery industry, the company is
uniquely qualified to provide the best and latest in
The AutoJet Spray Systems are designed to make
operations more efficient and cost effective, whilst
improving the overall quality of the finished product.
The systems have been proven to increase production,
lower operating costs and reduce downtime
and, by using a combination of spray nozzles and
spray technology, Spraying Systems are able to
provide solutions for a wide variety of challenging
applications that bakeries may be facing.
If a bakery has issues with ensuring toppings properly
adhere to dough, the AutoJet Dough Moistening
Spray System is ideal for tackling the problem.
The system coats the dough with a water mist to