DuPont Industrial Bakery Solutions (DIBS) assures high quality coating system solutions to industrial bakeries, marketed under the DuPont™ Teflon® brand. Their value is to create new opportunities for industrial bakeries to drive efficiency and improve the hygiene and safety of their operations, whilst simultaneously improving the quality and nutritional benefit of the final baked product.
At the core of DIBS is the application of high quality coating system solutions to trays and moulds that cater to the various needs of industrial bakeries. These systems have been developed over 25 years, and are based on DuPont's experience in the industrial bakeware market and the scientific progression of its fluoropolymer technology.
The Teflon® branded systems are exclusively available on trays and moulds manufactured and marketed by a network of licensed DIBS marketers -- a select group of some of the leading manufacturers of baking equipment who have a proven commitment to quality, service and innovation. The coating systems are applied to bakeware according to the highest standards of quality and process control by a separate network of licensed DIBS applicators, who are also in the position to recoat bakeware with DIBS systems on behalf of the bakeries.
The DuPont industrial bakery solutions (DIBS) offering
A key determinant of the value to be gained by industrial bakeries from the DIBS programme is the availability and specification of the most appropriate nonstick coating system for the intended baked product.
There is a wide range of baked products, and, for the purposes of DIBS, the initial focus is on bread, croissant and pastry. Within the bread segment there is further differentiation to be made between fresh bread, pre-packed/long-life bread and frozen part-baked bread, amongst many others. The ingredients used in these products and their baking requirements will have a direct impact on the required durability of the bakeware and will therefore require a DIBS system in line with the demands placed upon it. Similarly the numerous geometries, sizes and detail of the bakeware, and their relative complexity in terms of applying the coating system to them, requires a tailored solution.