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Cattabriga
Greensboro  NC, 27419
336.856.2919
www.cattabriga.com
For the experienced Italian gelato artisan there is only one batch freezer- Cattabriga of Bologna, Italy (part of the Allie Group of companies including Carpigiani, Electro-Freeze and Coldelite). This batch freezer is considered the workhorse of all Italian batch freezers. I particularly like the ease of operation and the fact that there are no real frills that other Italian batch freezers have attached to them. I also like the Cattabriga dasher assembly and blades that give a clean swipe to the mix in the freezing mode resulting in a very smooth finished product.


Taylor
Rockton  IL, 61072
800-255-0626
www.taylor-company.com
In 1926, Charles Taylor, from Buffalo, New York, designed the first batch freezer to overcome the slow, labor intensive process of making ice cream. As demand grew. Taylor organized an independent world-wide network designed to provide sales, service and training. In the early 1950's, there was a period of rapid engineering design which brought about the soft serve freezer for continuous dispensing. Today Taylor offers a complete line of batch equipment for ice cream and gelato production along with new technology in soft serve freezers that offers the highest capacity in the industry.


Technogel
Burlingame  CA, 94010
1-650-697-1288
www.technogel-usa.com
For the past 50 years Technogel has manufactured the most advanced, highest quality gelato and ice cream production equipment available anywhere. The Mantegel series of batch freezers from Technogel is no exception. Thanks to the advanced microprocessor and waterproof control panel, their batch freezers allow the operator more control over the firmness of the finished product than that of any other machine available today.