As a new machine in this product segment, Koenig offers the Mini Rex Multi. This compact machine, which can work with 1, 2, 3 or 4 rows, features a wide weight range from 8 to 330 g that is achieved by means of switch modules. This version, technically sophisticated in even its smallest detail, offers for the first time a true alternative to the usual automatic plate rounder.
weight range from 8 to 330 g (up to 140 g rounded)
max. hourly capacity in the 1-, 2-, 3- or 4-row version: 1200, 2400, 3600 or 4800 pieces
easy and safe change of the dividing drum ledges for different weight ranges and changes of number of rows
roller hopper for approx. 15 kg dough capacity
power supply: 0.75 kW
machine weight approx. 300 kg
easy commissioning and operation
all components that come in contact with the dough can be removed from the machine for easy cleaning
stainless steel design
easy control with micro controller via touch panel
all mechanical settings can be stored in the program
set additional parameters can be fine-tuned by means of the UP/DOWN keys
bar graph for setting ranges
direct access to stored programs
robust industrial version with LED display
clearly legible, 3-digit digital display
Slot for SD memory card for backup and easy software update
|Weight range (depending ond dough)||Number of rows||Piston size||Max. hourly capacity|
|8-12g||4||SKG32||4800||all weight ranges are combinable through changeable drum ledges|
The dough is filled manually into the roller hopper.
Optimised dough portions (depending on the single weight of the dough pieces) are conveyed into the dividing area by means of rotating star rollers (dough feeding stars).
The horizontally moving slider presses the dough into the openings of the rotating dividing drum. The excess quantity of dough is conveyed back to the dividing area by a scraper ledge.
After an anti-clockwise rotation by 90°, the rounding of the dough pieces is performed by an oscillating rounding plate. The rounding eccentric can be set depending on the dough consistence and dough weight.
After another 90° rotation, the dough pieces are transferred to the discharge belt.