Laminating lines

Lines for the lamination of dough 

The purpose of laminating lines is to automatically create a sheet of dough, respecting dough rest time and using a no-stress technology.

An excellent final result is therefore ensured, as if the dough were laminated by hand.

According both to the features of dough to be processed and to the final product to be obtained, tailor made solutions are proposed.

The range of machinery for the dough lamination includes several independent machines as: MULTIROLLER, EQUALIZER ROLLER, MULTIPLE GAUGING UNITS, FLOUR DUSTERS, FOLDING UNITS, CROSS ROLLERS. These are modular solutions that can be combined together, with the aim of providing the best solution to customers.



- Structure made of AISI304 stainless steel and aluminium

- Conveyor belt with anti-microbes & silver ions treatment

- Maximum working width: 650 mm

- Manual thickness adjustment

- Variable speed displayed with inverter


It is a pre-lamination unit having the purpose to reduce the thickness of the dough by one third than the thickness at the beginning of the line.

The lower roller diameter (250 mm) and the 16 rollers composing the satellite section have been specifically developed of such dimensions in order to gently bring the dough to the desired thickness

The rollers opening goes from 2 to 40 mm; the thickness adjustment is manual.

Multiple gauging unit

This is a “in continuum” laminating system that transforms dough blocks into a single sheet of dough with no joints.

After passing through the multiroller, the gauging rollers lead the dough to the desired final thickness. The dough is checked at the entrance and exit of the gauging heads. In this way the speed of the laminating line can be automatically adjusted, according to the production capacity of the forming line.

The most common configuration involves 3 or 5 gauging units in a row. However, different solutions can also be offered, according to the customer’s needs.

The rollers opening goes from 0 to 20 mm; the thickness adjustment is manual.