Spray Systems for Dough Tin Lubrication

Spray Technology For the Food Industry

Spray Systems for Dough Pan Lubrication

The lubrication of dough tins and pans is often a process which is manually carried out, a process which can waste valuable operator time, use excessive amounts of costly oil or release agent and not have consistent results. Even in some applications where nozzle systems are being used, the wrong type, number or settings can cause considerable overspray and misting which can again cause unnecessary mess, wasted time and expensive product waste

Sealpump can help you ensure that the lubrication system is both efficient, low maintenance and reliable. We can design and install a solution to fit the exact needs of your line and supply a complete system including sensors to detect the tins or pans which can then trigger the sprays to start/stop. This means that each tin is covered evenly and limits overspray and mess by crucially not wasting costly material.

Our nozzle control packages can adjust and control the volume of release agent or oil and also adjust the spray pattern for width to allow for different size tins and pans to be sprayed while ensuring optimum performance. A well designed spray lubrication system can increase production speed by automating and improving existing systems and methods but also offer quick payback on investment through material savings.


Reduced operating costs

Lower usage of lubricant/release agent

Staff can be moved to more important processes

Greater control of volume

Cleaner operation with less mess/overspray

Systems include tank, delivery line, nozzles, controls, sensors & timers

Increased production speed and quick payback


Bread tins

Mixing and dosing technology

Wide choice of nozzle sizes and mounting options

Dough tubs

Pan lubrication

Conveyor lubrication

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Case Study

Mould Release Spray System

"The site manufactures moulded PU products for the offshore industry. Engineered mouldings are produced for buoyancy, bend protection, thermal insulation and marine fenders, etc."

19 Ellerbeck Court
Stokesley Business Park
North Yorkshire