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Dough And Bakery Fixtures

Dough and bakery fixturesFTC offers a range of fixtures which are specifically designed to test the raw ingredients for the bakery industry.

These accessories are made to the specifications required by accepted industry tests, or standards adopted by bakery bodies and organisations, such as AACC International.

Dough’s stickiness, extensibility and firmness are particularly significant in processing optimisation and FTC has fixtures to evaluate these texture attributes through adhesive force and tension tests, plus controlled (local) compression methods.

Bakery Fixtures

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Texture characteristics
  • Extension, extensibility, malleability
  • Stretch
  • Work at Break
  • Stickiness
  • Freshness and staling
  • Adhesion, adhesive force

Texture analysis glossary

Trusted by customers across the world

At the University of Saskatchewan, we are the proud owners of three generations of Food Technology Corporation texture equipment, all of which are still in working condition.

We are looking forward to future innovations from FTC.

 

 

Phyllis J. Shand, University of Saskatchewan - Canada
https://www.usask.ca/

I have been working with FTC for the past 3 years, we bought in that lapse of time 2 texture analyzers with different probes fixtures for all kind of applications at our Monterrey Plant. We have always been able to count on the technical support of FTC who kindly answers our requests in a prompt manner and with the best disposition.

As we continue developing our process to achieve better results at our company, we will for sure rely on FTC for technical support and equipment upgrades that will deliver us the best possible results.

Claudia Rojas, Hershey Monterrey Plant - Mexico
Asst. Staff Scientist
https://www.hersheys.com

My first contact with FTC was through buying texture analyzer equipment as my area of interest is Rheology. We faced a problem operating the appliance. The company tried hard to help us through the internet, but the University thought it was better to send me to the company branch located in England. I received a highly advanced training course for 10 days free of charge. They provided me with programs that operate the equipment along with the information needed.

It was a great effort and outstanding support. I would like to thank Shirl Lakeway and FTC for providing me with this opportunity and for his continuous help. Finally, I encourage researchers who are interested in the physical properties of foods and dairy to choose FTC as it is a respectable and dependable company and offers the best deals concerning prices and training with different languages, such as Arabic for the Middle East.

Professor Hoda El-Zeini, Dairy Science and Agriculture University - Cairo, Egypt
Professor
https://cu.edu.eg