Classic Rex Futura

An enlarged drum, different sized drum ledges and different stamp sizes are the main features of the Classic Rex Futura. This allows the processing of a particularly high range of weights.

Classic Rex Futura

Overview

  • Maximum hourly output of up to 9,000 pieces per hour
  • Three to six-row machine design
  • Machine weight approx. 950 kg
  • Fully automatic machine operation
  • Ideal for the most stringent of hygiene requirements
  • Extended weight range through the use of an enlarged weighing drum
  • Simple dough feeding using a large shaft hopper
  • Optionally with spreading belt or out-feed conveyor belt
  • Simple addition and removal of rows
Weighing drum during 4-row operation
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Weighing drum during 4-row operation
Classic Rex Futura Interior View
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Classic Rex Futura Interior View
Hopper with safety light grid
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Hopper with safety light grid
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Classic Rex Futura

Technical details

Weight ranges
Weight range Number of rows Piston size max. hourly capacity
17 - 45g 3/4/5/6 SK 44 4500/6000/7500/9000
20 - 50g 3/4/5/6 SK 47 4500/6000/7500/9000
22 - 55g 3/4/5/6 SK 51 4500/6000/7500/9000
25 - 65g 3/4/5/6 SK 54 4500/6000/7500/9000
35 - 85g 3/4/5/6 SK 58 4500/6000/7500/9000
50 - 110g 3/4/5/6 SK 63 4500/6000/7500/9000
52 - 115g 3/4/5/6 SK 65 4500/6000/7500/9000
55 - 125g 3/4/5 SK 67 4500/6000/7500
60 - 135g 3/4/5 SK 70 4500/6000/7500
65 - 160g 3/4/5 SK 73 4500/6000/7500
70 - 170g 3/4/5 SK 75 4500/6000/7500
80 - 180g 3/4/5 SK 78 4500/6000/7500

All weight ranges can be combined with the same row arrangement.

Operating Principle
Arbeitsprinzip Classic Rex
  1. The dough is put into the shaft hopper or the roller hopper (optional).
  2. Optimised dough portions are transferred to the weighing area (depending on the individual weight of the dough pieces) by means of rotating star rollers (dough feeding stars).
  3. The horizontally moving pusher presses the dough into the openings of the rotating weighing drum. The excess dough is transported back to the weighing area by means of a scraping ledge.
  4. After a 90° counter-clockwise rotation, the rounding of the dough is carried out with an oscillating rounding plate. Different rounding plates are used depending on the consistency and weight of the dough.
  5. After a further rotation of 90°, the dough pieces are placed onto the spreading belt.
Dimensions
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