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Prepare large quantities of dough faster with a spiral dough maker. A commercial spiral mixer has a spiral-shaped agitator that remains stationary while the mixing bowl rotates around it. These units help mix all the ingredients needed for your bread or pizza dough. They also knead the dough to an even consistency in order to make better-baked products. Because spiral mixers are designed to tackle high volume mixing, they are available in larger capacities compared to planetary mixers. These machines are a perfect equipment to add to your bakery, pizzeria, restaurant, or foodservice outlets that prepare large amounts of dough daily. If you are looking for high-performance bakery spiral mixers, then you have come to the right place.

A spiral dough mixer is a valuable addition to kitchens that prepare dinner rolls, pizza crusts, loaves of bread, and other bread-based items. These machines are versatile performers that enhance the speed and efficiency of dough processing, freeing up staff time in your establishment. Most bakery spiral mixers have dual speeds in order to properly mix the dough. The lower speed mixes all the ingredients into a dough ball, while the higher speed enhances the consistency so that the dough forms a proper gluten structure. Commercial mixers also have a dough hook that works on a small portion of the dough at any given time, preventing contents from becoming too tough, and keeping friction heat at a minimal.

Bread mixers come in a variety of capacities and product configuration. Units available on Kitchenall feature a wide range of capacities, from 20 Qt. models all the way to 90 Qt. units. Find a smaller mixer to tackle light tasks in low-volume establishments or a high-volume model for busy foodservice joints. Choose between standard duty vs heavy duty mixers depending on how often you need to use a dough mixer.