1. What is the difference between deep drawn bread tins and assembled bread tins?
Below is the difference of deep drawn bread tins and assemble bread tins we conclude.
|Deep drawn bread tins||Assemble bread tins|
|Drawn from one whole piece of alsteel sheet; no welding at the corners; no gaps at all||Assembled by three different piece of alsteel sheet and metal wires; some style of assemble tins may have weldings at the corners; have gaps|
|Corners are round; no gaps and easy to release from bread; easy to clean||Have gaps and not easy to release from bread as deep drawn technique; dirt may hide in gaps and not easy to clean|
|Alsteel thickness is 0.8mm; strength is better and not easy to be out of shape||Alsteel as material the thickness is 0.6mm;al-alloy as material the thickness is 1.0mm;strength is not as strong as deep drawn technique and easy to be out of shape|
|Coating is not easy to fall off; best choice for automatic production lines||Strength is not as strong as deep drawn technique, can not used for automatic production lines|
Why there are holes at the bottom of bread tins?
You may have eat toast with much bubble inside. Do you know why? This is because during fermentation the air in dough can not get out. These holes are designed to help to exhaust the air in dough during fermentation. Thus the toast baked will be even and have better taste. Some customers have asked that if there are holes under the bread tins bottom, does the oil will leak? The answer of course is not. The holes look like volcanic mouth. The holes are a little higher than the bottom and the dough will also help.
C&S is specialized in baking pans of industrial use since 2005. Most of our customers are bakery factories including Bimbo. Should you have any bakery questions we are always ready to talk with you.
Post time: Jul-22-2021