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Bean-to-bar Comfort | All kits

A confident step towards the automation of chocolate production.

What makes your chocolate elite is taste, aroma and history and not expensive manual labor. Concentrate on your business and give your routine to the machines.
What you can do:
  • Chocolate bars
  • Chocolate candies
  • Mendiants
  • Chopped chocolate
Recommended kit configuration
Recommended kit configuration

What's included

Crusher and winnower for cocoa beans
Melangeur 65 kg
Automatic tempering machine 30 kg
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Equipment and inventory to effectively complete the kit.

Vibrating sieve
Trolley for vibrating sieve
Stack trolley for confectionery
Dispensing plate 4x7
Frame for stuffing 5 mm (stainless steel)
Frame for stuffing 10 mm (stainless steel)
Frame for stuffing 15 mm (stainless steel)
Frame for stuffing 22.5 mm (stainless steel)
Frame for stuffing 30 mm (stainless steel)
Frame for stuffing 10 mm (mini)
Frame for stuffing 15 mm (mini)
Frame for stuffing 22.5 mm (mini)
Frame for stuffing 30 mm (mini)
Fork for enrobing (2 prongs)
Fork for enrobing (3 prongs)
Difficult choice?

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Additional inventory and equipment

Something that will come in handy in the kitchen.

  • Refrigerator
  • storage racks
  • Desktop
  • high-capacity microwave
  • Libra
  • hair dryer (better construction)
  • Blender
  • Mixer
  • cutter (this is such a big blender)
  • Stove (gas, electric or induction)
  • Freezer
  • Large containers
  • Small containers
  • silicone spatula
  • Spatulas
  • Scrapers
  • The palette
  • Whisk
  • Silicone Mat
  • Large saucepan
  • A small saucepan
  • Sieve
  • Scissors
  • Pastry bags (+ attachments)
  • Office knife
  • confectionery paper
  • disposable bags
  • Transfer film
  • Latex gloves
  • kandurin brush
How it works

ready-made chocolate chocolate mass (cocoa liquor) cocoa beans to bars (Bean-to-Bar)

The kit of equipment allows you to produce chocolate from cocoa beans to bars (Bean-to-Bar), as well as from chocolate mass (cocoa liquor) or ready-made chocolate.

Learn more

  1. Crushing and separation.

    The pre-roasted cocoa beans must be turned into nibs, stripped of vella (bean husks). Our crusher with separator is perfect for this. The beans are crushed with the help of special toothed shafts, after which the nibs together with the vella roll down the pipe, where they enter the chamber with the air flow going up (the principle of operation is similar to that of a vacuum cleaner). The air picks up a light vella and it flies upward, collecting further in a special bag (well, exactly like in a vacuum cleaner), and the nibs continue to fall down the pipe and collect in an open container, since the flow force is not enough to lift the heavier pieces. This is how the separation takes place. Next, you load the nibs into a melangeur or pack them for storage, and take out the vella from the bag for disposal, sale or processing.

  2. Grinding the nibs and combining with other ingredients.

    In order to make your own craft chocolate, you need to grind the ingredients and mix them properly in the melangeur. The melangeur is a mill with heavy millstones that grind everything that falls under them. The rotating bowl of the melange and special scrapers not only contribute to the high-quality grinding of all ingredients (up to 20 microns - these are such small particles that the whole mass feels homogeneous like butter), but also thoroughly mix the mass so that solid particles (cocoa, sugar, dry milk) hit each other and smoothed out. Smooth particles will give that very silkiness of elite chocolate and will give you more delight from the taste. For the preparation of such chocolate, you need from 48 to 72 hours of continuous grinding in the melangeur.

  3. Unloading the chocolate.

    When ready, the chocolate must be unloaded from the melangeur, poured into containers. We recommend using a special vibrating sieve when unloading, which will retain in the fine mesh all possible non-grinded ingredients that could remain on the bushings or along the edges of the bowl during the work of the melangeur. Filtering the chocolate ensures that not a single grain of cocoa or sugar crunches on your client's teeth. After unloading, part of the chocolate can be placed in an automatic tempering machine for operation, and the remaining chocolate can be left to solidify (crystallize), removed from the container and stored in the form of briquettes or pieces on demand.

  4. Product manufacturing.

    The finished chocolate, it does not matter whether it is prepared in a melangeur or bought in the form of callets, is placed in an automatic tempering machine, which must heat it up and turn it into a liquid state. Our automatic tempering machine holds up to 30 kg of chocolate. Then, by pressing a pair of buttons, the process of automatic pre-crystallization (tempering) starts, which takes no more than 20 minutes. The chocolate begins to circulate and pour out of the "spout", like from the faucet - already tempered. No granite tables, spatulas or dirty aprons. The operator only has to bring the chocolate molds, place them on the vibrating table for a couple of seconds to expel the air from the chocolate, and transfer the filled molds on the tray. Automation of the process of tempering and molds casting requires from the employee minimal training and competence in working with chocolate, which simplifies staff recruitment and training, saves time and speeds up production. But the main advantage of the automatic tempering machine is that you can connect various gadgets to it, such as a nozzle for the production of bon-bons or an enrobing table for quick enrobing of large batches of truffles or framed filling ​​candies, waffles or cookies. An automatic tempering machine makes it possible to automate as much as possible what can be automated. This is the way to the factory.

KADZAMA equipment kits for different tasksbeta
Take the first steps in your kitchen or complete the shop with a capacity of up to 5 tons of chocolate per month.
Semi-automatic production of chocolate products from cocoa liquor/cocoa mass.
Bean-to-bar Comfort
Semi-automatic production of chocolate bars, truffles and enrobed chocolate candies
Mini production of bon-bons
Mini-production of chocolate bars and chopped chocolate
Mini-production of nut pastes and urbeches
Mini-production of truffles
Mini-production of chocolate candies and dragees
Mini-production of chocolate dragees
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