Tasks and function:
Static dispersion and foaming method to manufacture homogeneous foams
with fine bubbles from foamable solutions in the desired ration of frothy
fluid and air resp. inert gas.
Principle of effect:
Dispersing the phases by intensive flow processes due to a conversion
of pressure into movement energy; to integrate additional dry substances
into the foam a gentle mottling phase has been added to the process chain.
Simple setup without rotating impact tools consisting of:
Mixing container to dissolve dehydrated egg white, sugar etc. to produce
the foaming solution
Foaming pump with storage container
Measuring and feeding compressed air
possibly added continuous mottling device (mixer) for dry substances
The air or gas is fed in via the compressed air bottle/pressure reduction
valve or by on-site compressed air. Foaming tube length and diameter can
be easily adapted to the throughput and the foaming task.
Small systems VS-100: throughput up to 60 kg foam/h resp. after mottling
about 100 kg/h cake mass
Industrial systems: Foaming capacity up to 400 kg foam/h, corresponding
in cake mass
production to a throughput of over 600 kg mass.
Required power for small system: 0.75 kW for foaming and 0.5 kW for a
mottling device, for industrial plants depending on the throughput and
Consistent procedure, space and energy saving, simple machine setup, no
additives, such as emulsifying agents / foaming agents or leaven required
Product-related fields of application:
Manufacturing masses for fine pastries consisting of:
Biscuit mass, sponge baked pastry case, sponge capsules, Swiss rolls,
Viennese mass: Vienna baked pastry cases, baked pastry cases with cocoa,
baked pastry cases for fruit cakes
Plain cakes: plain and nut cakes, marble cake, stirred cake
Foam masses: Meringues and meringue biscuits, nut biscuits with egg white
Filling for tarts and as dessert, whipped cream, various creams with base
(curds, yoghurt etc.)
Use of foams in
Pharmaceutical foams on gelatine basis and other frothable solutions in
the food and non-food sectors.