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The magic inside Tetra Pak Continuous Freezers

Freezing Ice cream

The magic inside Tetra Pak Continuous Freezers

Texture is at the heart of the perfect ice cream experience. To get it right, you need complete control over the size of the ice crystals, the size of the air bubbles and how fat agglomerates on those bubbles. This is the magic inside Tetra Pak® continuous freezers.

 

 

 

We don’t eat ice cream because we’re hungry, or for nutrition. We do it for the experience. Eating ice cream is all about pleasure and luxury. It’s about everyday decadence. It’s about savouring the moment.

At the heart of that unique ice cream experience is texture. To get that texture just right you need complete control over three things: the size of the ice crystals, the size of the air bubbles, and how fat agglomerates on those bubbles.

Achieving this precise level of control requires finding the perfect balance between three key parameters: overrun, temperature and pressure.

To gain full control over this complex process you need the right technology – and for that technology to perform in an optimal way. The design of the dasher and beater is critical for texture, as it determines how you agitate the ice cream during freezing.

It is the combination of these elements – this advanced control of overrun, temperature and pressure, and the dasher and beater design – that is the magic inside Tetra Pak Continuous Freezers.

This magic doesn’t just enable you to make the ultimate in indulgent ice cream. It means you get a machine that is robust, easy to operate and maintain, and that minimizes waste with its patented start-up sequence.

The magic inside our freezers means you can create a truly magical ice cream experience.

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