The omelette lines are the only logical way to produce high volumes of omelettes or ’fried’ eggs. The labour required to produce omelettes other than on a travelling omelette oven is prohibitive. Our lines range from small manually operated lines up to fully automated lines. On the smallest manual lines, the operator deposits the egg mix in the tins and a foot operated pneumatic system pushes the row of tins into the oven. At the exit end of the oven an operator removes the tins and detins the omelette before placing the empty tin onto a conveyor which returns it to the inlet end of the oven to be refilled.
On the largest fully automated line, everything from the depositing of the egg mix right up to automatic folding of the finished omelette is carried out automatically and is controlled by a PLC (programmable logic controller) loaded with different recipes.
If we haven't got what you are looking for in our standard range we can discuss a custom made machine to suit your requirements. Please contact us and we will be happy to advise you.
Framptons have manufactured and installed over 1,200 machines. These vary in size from small Fast Food machines up to complete production lines over 40 metres in length. We have supplied and installed equipment not only in Europe but also in China, Japan, South Korea, Israel, South Africa, Russia and North America as well as other Far East and Middle East countries.
Whilst our standard range of equipment covers most requirements in the Food Production industry, there will always be times when a specialised piece of equipment is required. In these cases, we are happy to discuss your requirements and are often able to quote for a suitable machine.
Our pastry/ bakery ovens have a three-year parts and labour warranty whilst grills and specialised lines have a twelve-month parts and labour warranty.
Our machines are designed in a semi modular form and so changes to the length or width of the cooking chamber is possible. These changes may incur a cost. Other more complex changes to the design can be incorporated but this will incur costs and a longer delivery.