Belshaw Adamatic Bakery Group has served the baking industry for over 90 years and is one of the leading bakery equipment companies in the USA. Belshaw and Adamatic combined in 2007 to provide equipment for retail and wholesale bakeries, QSR’s, Supermarkets, Concession operators, and many more. Belshaw Adamatic Bakery Group is headquartered in a 120,000 sq.ft. production facility in Auburn, WA, 20 miles south of Seattle. Since the merger of Belshaw and Adamatic in 2007, all Adamatic manufacturing, previously in Eatontown, New Jersey, has continued at this location. From here, the Group supplies world class donut and bakery equipment to an international customer base, using both state-of-the art machine tools and quality craftsmanship.

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  1. Belshaw Adamatic by Unisource Proofing Cloth Trays for Mark 6 [FT2DW-0510]

    Belshaw Adamatic by Unisource Proofing Cloth Trays for Mark 6 [FT2DW-0510] (Pack of 10)

    List Price: $430.96

    Our Price: $320.00

    The Feed Table, Proofing Trays and Proofing Cloths produce high quality yeast-raised donuts on a standard Mark VI donut system. How it works: Mix and roll dough, and cut into yeast-raised donut shapes - rings, bars, berliners (donuts without holes), holes, triangles and all other shapes, even twists and fritters. At this stage, whatever shape you cut should easily fit between the bars of the fryer conveyor, with space left over for expansion. Take one proofing cloth and one proofing tray from your stock. You should have at least 24-48 trays depending on your daily production. Place the proofing cloth on top of the proofing tray. Place 24 rolled and cut donuts on the proofing cloth, between the lines. Repeat the process several times. Allow donuts to rise. Insert tray, cloth and donuts into a proofer to speed up the process.After the donuts have risen, carry each proofing tray, proofing cloth and the donuts (together) to the Feed Table. Place the proofing cloths and donuts on the feed table with the rod in front of one hook on each side of the Feed Table's stainless steel chain. Pull out each Proofing Tray and store it for the next use. The Feed Table advances in time with the fryer and drops the proofed donuts automatically between the bars of the fryer conveyor. The Proofing Cloths are ejected below the Feed Table, ready for re-use. This process produces consistent high quality yeast raised donuts See the Mark VI system video to find out more about the Feed Table, Proofing Trays, and Proofing Cloths. These are sold in packs of 10. Learn More
  2. Belshaw Adamatic by Unisource Proofing Cloth Trays for Mark 6 [FT6-0005]

    Belshaw Adamatic by Unisource Proofing Cloth Trays for Mark 6 [FT6-0005]

    List Price: $86.28

    Our Price: $54.96

    The Feed Table, Proofing Trays and Proofing Cloths produce high quality yeast-raised donuts on a standard Mark VI donut system. How it works: Mix and roll dough, and cut into yeast-raised donut shapes - rings, bars, berliners (donuts without holes), holes, triangles and all other shapes, even twists and fritters. At this stage, whatever shape you cut should easily fit between the bars of the fryer conveyor, with space left over for expansion. Take one proofing cloth and one proofing tray from your stock. You should have at least 24-48 trays depending on your daily production. Place the proofing cloth on top of the proofing tray. Place 24 rolled and cut donuts on the proofing cloth, between the lines. Repeat the process several times. Allow donuts to rise. Insert tray, cloth and donuts into a proofer to speed up the process. After the donuts have risen, carry each proofing tray, proofing cloth and the donuts (together) to the Feed Table. Place the proofing cloths and donuts on the feed table with the rod in front of one hook on each side of the Feed Table's stainless steel chain. Pull out each Proofing Tray and store it for the next use. The Feed Table advances in time with the fryer and drops the proofed donuts automatically between the bars of the fryer conveyor. The Proofing Cloths are ejected below the Feed Table, ready for re-use. This process produces consistent high quality yeast raised donuts. Learn More
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