Hoshizaki finds proof of bakery cool

Gram – Baker GA 950 (Mid) crop
The GA 950 features baking-specific technology and individual program settings.

Refrigeration manufacturer Hoshizaki has unveil the latest edition to its bakery-specific range, the GA 950: a top-of-the-range three-in-one refrigerator/freezer/prover.

The cabinet features baking-specific technology and individual program settings, including a proofing profile which allows bakers to achieve the required dough rise and can be set to prove outside of a bakers’ working hours. This could eradicating the conventional need for staff to return to the bakery in the early hours of the morning in order to check the dough.

The GA 950 also features a 7-inch touch display, as Roz Scourfield, national sales manager at Hoshizaki UK, explained: “The GA 950’s display screen eases baking process by providing bakers with a clear overview of the current process status at all times.

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“In addition to this, the operator is able to choose between eight pre-set standard programs for an exceptionally easy start-up. For further baking flexibility, bakers can even make their own profiles, tailoring the GA 950’s settings according to their menus and bakery offering.”

Temperature, humidity and time settings can also be set utilising a steam generator which automatically takes the dough through all processes – frozen or chilled, proved or retarded. An air circulation system should also provide indirect cooling and temperature stability in order to best protect bakery products, preventing issues such as skin-forming and drying-out of products.

The unit is complete with a right hand hinged reversible door with lock, automatic door closing, pedal door opener, LED lighting and 25 sets of adjustable trayslides (400mm x 600mm and 600mm x 800mm).

The new GA 950 comes with a comprehensive 3-year part and labour warranty as standard.

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