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Issues Eliminated With PerMix In Mayonnaise Production
PerMix Perfects Mayonnaise Production
Mayonnaise, informally called mayo is a cold sauce originating in French cuisine is an oil-in-water (O/W) emulsion with a dispersed oil phase and a continuous water phase containing egg, vinegar, salt, sugar, mustard and water. The oil-water interface is stabilized by egg yolk, which acts as an emulsifier.
Science Behind Mayonnaise formation:
Emulsification: It is the process to force two immiscible liquids to combine in a suspension. Substances like oil and water, which cannot dissolve in each other to form a uniform homogenous solution but the problem are these two unlike substances won’t form an emulsion on their own—so for that, it needs the help of an emulsifier.
So, now the question arises what is an emulsifier?
Emulsifiers are molecules with a fat-soluble part and a water-soluble part. The fat-loving part sticks to the oil, and the water-soluble part sticks to the water, creating an effective barrier around the droplets thus it is a component that coats the droplets, keeping them separate from each other because when left the droplets will clump together, causing the emulsion to separate. Egg Yolk containing lecithin is an
example of an emulsifier.
Ingredients Used for Processing:
Mayonnaise is a thick creamy emulsion of egg yolk, oil, vinegar, lemon juice and seasoning. It works as a base for various sauces like thousand island, tartar sauce etc. Mayonnaise is often used as spreads on sandwiches and burgers, as the creamy base in cold salads, as a dip for French fries and much more. However, mayonnaise from all over the world can have varying ingredients depending on the country of origin. Differences can be seen in 4 choices like the type of oil or emulsifier. The oil type can be changed because of economic reasons while different spices can be used to reflect the culture. The emulsifier used can vary between whole egg (common in USA), liquid egg yolk (common in Europe) and spray dried egg yolk.
Role of different Ingredient on the quality and processing of Mayonnaise
PerMix’s Approach To Mayonnaise Production Benefits
Increase Mayonnaise Production
Depending on size, you can make from 1 truckload of mayonnaise per day (88 drums / 22 skids) to 8
truckloads per day with just one unit. Various models are available to meet demands.
Decrease Mayonnaise “Breaking”
Eliminate “breaking” and lower the cot of rejects & reworks. Our “All-In-One” vacuum mixer processor
allows for maximized production with decreased risk of bad batches.
PerMix’s ability to engineer our universal vacuum mixer processor allows for decreased labor, allowing
for a quick ROI.
Ease of Use
Mayonnaise production made easy with our “All-In-One” design, simplifying production.
Extended Shelf Life
Shelf life is everything when we talk about profit margins and with the use of vacuum, shelf life is
maximized as well as food safety protocols. Something your SQF Practitioner will love.
Batch control is maximized as the “All-In-One” concept minimizes inconsistencies in batch processing and allows for better control.
PerMix is here to listen to your needs and provide sustainable solutions. Contact us to discover more.
PerMix Vacuum Homogenizer Mayonnaise Production system was designed for the production of mayonnaise, sauces, soups, and dressings. Mayonnaise production is rated at 1,000kg / hour with our system.
From soups, sauces, dressings, & ketchup, to mayo, this until can handle it all. Since 1954 PerMix has been engineering sustainable solutions for the mixing needs of the industry while keeping value and quality in mind, ensuring a quick ROI of our customers compare to other competitors.
PerMix Mayonnaise Production Line that can produce up to 1,000kg of mayonnaise per hour. The complete line is designed to produce up to 1,000kg of mayonnaise per hour with a production crew of just 2 people.