Pizza Equipment Ltd will once again be exhibiting at the Casual Dining show, but this time at the event’s new venue of London ExCel, on 27-28 February.
On stand F100 the supplier will launch the Sigma Sprizza SPZ40 and SPZ50 cold pizza spreaders. The smaller SPZ40 is suitable for pizza bases up to 400mm in diameter, whilst the larger SPZ50 will handle bases up to 500mm in diameter.
Both units feature a patented micro-rolling system that prepares the dough, with crust, in what is said to be the same way as the hands of an expert. However, unlike some presses that heat and seal the dough, the lower plate on the Sprizza machines does not heat the dough which means that there should be no change to its consistency during the flattening process.
The machines are designed to be easy and practical to use, with the only maintenance required being the cleaning of the mini-rollers and plates. The thickness of the dough is adjustable, and up to 200 bases can be made every hour.
Both units have CE, ETL and EAC certification, operate from a 13A supply and feature an automatic start and stop.
Amongst the other equipment being exhibited on the Pizza Equipment Ltd stand will be: the Forni Ceky dome oven; Moretti iDeck; GGF dough mixers and dough rollers and GI Metal pizza accessories.