Publications


HOW TO BUILD A BISCUIT OVEN

Baker Pacific e-book 252 pages

Key features

  • Description of each stage of building and installation with photos
  • All main assembly/layout drawings
  • All parts lists
  • Key component specifications and suppliers
  • Detail oven specifications

Readership
Senior management staff and engineers in contract engineering companies, biscuit manufacturers and companies supplying production and baking equipment in the food industry world – wide.

To order or for more information contact S. Eldridge Design Ltd.

http://www.caducana4d.co.uk      email: stephen.eldridge@btinternet.com

                                                            

Biscuit Baking Technology 2nd Edition

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Imprint:Academic Press

Print Book ISBN :9780128042113

Pages:  333

GBP 106.25   

Order at Elsevier, for author’s 30% discount use code ATR30 

Visit: https://www.elsevier.com/books/biscuit-baking-technology/davidson/978-0-12-804211-3 

 

Baking Process and Engineering: in-house training program

Presentations based on our “Biscuit Baking Technology” with over 500 slides for 18 presentations

1.The Biscuits  2.Baking process  3.Biscuit design and output  4.Heat transfer  5.Oven designs

6.Oven specifications  7.Direct Gas Fired Ovens  8.Indirect Fired Ovens  9.Heat recovery System

10.Oven bands  11.Oven conveyor design  12.Control equipment  13.Oven operation DGF Ovens

14.Oven operation Indirect Ovens  15.Maintenance  16.Oven inspection and audit

17.Key components  18.Oven efficiency

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USD 140.00. Order from Baker Pacific Ltd. by email to bakerman@bakerpacific.com.hk, with name, company, address for invoice. 

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NEW MARKETING REPORT FROM BAKER PACIFIC LTD

DESCRIPTION

The report shows the very wide range of packaged snacks available in Indonesia. Indonesia, a country with over 13,600 islands in a tropical sea, tropical forests and mountain ranges which provide temperate climates for growing vegetables and fruits. This enormous variety of landscape provides an abundance of raw materials from grain, vegetable, fruit, fish, seafood and meat.

In this report we have brought together images of a wide variety of snacks and brands to give an introduction to this market. There are many original snack products, which warrant a wider consumer base in Asia and in western countries. The growing market in Indonesia for packaged snacks is an attraction for major global snack makers.

AUTHORS

Yeyen Sumarto, Mariana Ermaya, Iain Davidson

Technical Associate: Institut Pertanian Bogor

KEY FEATURES

      • Details of 245 Indonesian snacks, 119 pages
      • Product process and ingredient data
      • Information on special products, for example tempe, tahu, emping, melinjo, local ingredients,             flavours, spices from the famed Spice Islands
      • Retail and pricing information
      • Manufacturers and distributor listings
      • Local knowledge and support team
      • Development contacts with Indonesian food technology organisations

 PUBLISHER

Published as an e-book by Baker Pacific Ltd. 

Price: GBP 120.00 / USD 150.00

To order or for more information contact: bakerman@bakerpacific.com.hk 

TABLE OF CONTENTS 

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