Unifiller Electro-Mate System Replaces Conventional Pastry Bags

Allows almost effortless creation of shell borders and other decorations

Unifiller Electro Mate System

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The Unifiller Electro-Mate automated cake shell border decorating system helps bakeries with growing production volumes boost productivity. It is compatible with the Deco-Mate, making it the perfect addition for Unifiller customers who wish to expand the Deco-Mate’s applications or for an intuitive interface to simplify operator use. The Electro-Mate’s onboard computer enables operators to fine-tune settings and save recipes, allowing for faster machine setup, consistent results, and minimal training.

Sonia Bal, director of marketing at Unifiller Systems, says, “Deco-Mate with Electro-Mate automates the shell bordering of round and sheet cakes for easier application, without injury or strain to the worker. Automated equipment, especially machines designed specifically with ergonomics in mind, are an excellent solution for protecting businesses from labor shortages that result from employees working in discomfort and sustaining injuries, if not burnout. The Decomate with Electro-Mate automates the process of applying borders to cakes by eliminating the need to repeatedly squeeze a pastry bag.”

With the Electro-Mate, bakeries can significantly save time, reduce waste, and minimize the risk of employee injuries while boosting cake decorating productivity.


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