Lietuvos kepėjas is one of the leading suppliers of fresh and frozen bread and bakery products in Lithuania. Their factory in Kaunas was built in 1991. It had several stages of major changes since then. After the last modernization in early 2014 it is probably the most modern factory in Baltic states, capable to produce up to 100 tons of baked goods a day. Powder Technic supplied a Powdermatic™ dosing system for automatization of the ingredient dosing to mixer.
Modernisation of old silos
Powder Technic's delivery includes modernisation of the customer's excisting silos with new rotary locks to new conveying line and new silo weighing equipment.
Powdermatic™ for automatic dosing of small ingredients and ingredients from BigBags
The recipe controlled ingredient dosing system consists of Powdermatic™ ingredient dosing unit with 7 dosing hoppers for small ingredients and BigBags.
Automatic liquids dosing
The dosing of water and oil is also automatic with Powder Technic's Watermatic™ and Fluidmatic™ dosing units.
New pneumatic conveyour line and scale hopper
The delivery includes new pneumatic conveyor lines from customer's 5 indoor silos and Powdermatic unit to the new 200 l scale hopper. The dosing on flour from the silos is controlled be measering the weight of the scale hopper.
Manual dosing connected to quality control
The manual weighing and dosing of micro ingredients and ingredients outside automatic dosing is done be Powder Technic's Manual weighing table that is linked to Recipe-dosing software.
Dosing automation controls and monitors dosing actions
In accordance with the product recipes, the recipe dosing system doses six 300-litre raw ingredient batches an hour. The active dosing accuracy maintenance automation monitors dosing accuracies and raw ingredient stock levels. Dosing actions and raw ingredient consumption reports for a desired time period are saved in the system and can be used for a variety of purposes.
In English, our name means “Baker of Lithuania”. It obliges us, and the bread for us means much more than just a product. The company dedicates a significant part of its income to charity and education, and with partners from other Baltic States Latvijas Maiznieks (“Baker of Latvia”) and Eesti Pagar (“Baker of Estonia”) participates in the project, which aims to preserve and enhance the national heritage of bread. It is vividly named “Baltic way of bread”. read more..