"Hi Jim, the enquiry was 2 years old but I like your passion :-)
btw- we use airless and have a heated handheld version. We use a smaller and very different technology to yours which might compliment your product portfolio. "
To answer your questions- most guns cool the chocolate down quickly... and the beta crystals form much quicker in smaller, cooler areas like nozzles and springs etc. Most are also not food grade (plastics / metals etc.).
We have a…"
"Sorry for the late reply- we haven`t spent as much time on the forum as we should have.
There are a few reviews and videos on the KREBS website.
You can also use the KREBS LM25 multiSPRAY- it has less power but generally works really well with…"
"Generally, the larger the nozzle number, the wider the pattern. But nozzle hole size can also be matched the the viscosity (thickness) of your materials being sprayed. Thicker viscosity will need larger nozzles.
In general, if you are working…"
"I love the innovation of your home made spraying cabinet product- is great. We took the idea and worked it up into a product with the kind help of the Barry Callebaut chocolate academy.
The result- We`ve just launched a easy to assemble…"
"Mark, I just answered you in a different post- happily, we can announce that KREBS has worked with companies like Barry Callebaut to develop a purpose made heated chocolate sprayer. You can google the hotCHOC food gun or check out the youtube…"
A couple of years on and I just want to share that we have a new model out- a heated chocolate sprayer that keeps the nozzle warm so there is no clogging and it is great for 50/50 for moulds, finishing, speckling, velvet etc (to…"
"Thanks Urs- you were very well informed. Have you bought one? If so, we`d love to get some feedback.
Actually, we did launch the KREBS heated chocolate spray gun under the name hotCHOC. Sales are going strong.
Did you see Krebs are bringing out a heated gun? It would be great if it stopped the chocolate clogging as it cools, I've seen colleagues using all sorts of methods to unblock nozzles etc. Will definitely keep an eye out…"
I am interested in the Krebs spray gun. What is the container capacity? Will it work with coloured cocoa butter? Does the cocoa butter have to be tempered before putting it in the gun? Do you have a distributor in Singapore?