Pressure flaking consists of trimming the edges of a finished tool by pressing them with a bone point hard enough to remove thin slices of rock.
This rock is generally of lower quality than flint and requires heating to ready it for pressure flaking.
Baker Perkins flaking rolls are used by leading multinational and regional breakfast cereal makers worldwide, to convert cooked grains and extruded pellets into a wide range of corn, bran and multigrain flakes ready for toasting.
Flaking rolls are an essential module in the Baker Perkins Cereal Master TX and EX expandable lines.
The process may sound simple, but there are countless ways to get more out of a flaking system.
In developing the new Buhler flaking line, care was taken to further improve sanitation.
was done with an industrial ring flaker, immediately followed by drying in a commercial triple pass rotary dryer.
The new flaking
roller mill forms the pellets into homogeneous flakes.
using two adhesives and two common flaking