Williams has rolled out its third generation Doughmaster Controller, which now offer bakers total control of their retarder prover through easy-to-use, intuitive on-screen instructions.

The controller is available on the company’s complete range of dough retarder provers (DRPs), from large-scale modular units to compact reach-in cabinets.

While the latest DRP humidity and temperature technologies deliver consistency in product quality, the controller also ensures the equipment is as sustainable as possible, with features like the Eco-Mode ensuring maximum energy efficiency.

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“Whereas DRPs used to be fraught with issues of complex controls, the Doughmaster makes retarder prover operation simple,” says Martin Laws, marketing manager at Williams.

“On the one hand, everything is adjustable to suit the product. On the other, the on-screen instructions combined with features such as ‘One Shot’, which allows you to create a single recovery cycle at the touch of a button, mean staff need minimal training to operate the equipment.”

The Eco Mode minimises energy consumption in between processes, when fans need to keep running in order to maintain required temperature and humidity levels.

It calculates the precise amount of fan activity required, so they only work for as long as required, and no more, minimising energy consumption.

Meanwhile, Williams says that product quality is ensured by features like ‘intelligent steam,’ which calculates and measures the exact amount of steam required for proving, distributing it precisely and evenly throughout the cabinet rather than flooding the chamber with forced steam.

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