cooling table

cooling table

[′kül·iŋ ‚tā·bəl]
(agriculture)
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He spreads the chocolate by hand on a marble cooling table.
2) Mr, Hicks pours 40 pounds of melted chocolate with chopped almonds onto a marble cooling table.
It had a long cooling table where the peppermint flavoring was added, and a big mixer for kneading the candy almost the way bakers knead bread.
Optional equipment is on offer and includes: Ali stainless steel cabinet; Product drainage tray; Cooling table with blower Continuous oil filter
Then it's on to the cooling table, where the mix is flattened out like a pancake.
A sticky concoction of sugar and glucose syrup is boiled up in open copper pans to a temperature of 300F and then turned out onto a cooling table.
The sugar boilers then remove the pans from the fire and carefully tip the sticky mixture on to a cast iron cooling table.
The clear yellow centre is put on a pulling machine to turn it opaque before it is worked further on the cooling table.
heating / cooling table,LV-SE detector (dry gas),EP-SE detector (water vapor)6.
VE 108: kitchen equipment- Supply and installation of labor and closets made of stainless steel 18/10- Supply and installation of commercial refrigerators with convection cooling- Supply and installation of 2 pcs electric ceramic hob with 2 burners each 3 kW- Supply and installation of 1 pc cooling table, normal cooling, 3-TE-rig- Supply and installation of 1 St.
Vinyl Tech president Rick Amato says this approach requires shorter cooling tables, typically 18 ft instead of 40 ft for a mainframe profile running 13 ft/min.
Further plant developments featured traditional cooling tables, used in the nut production area to make nut toffees and brittles.