IQF Toppings, Cryogenic Freezing & Cooling Cooked Sauces

Frozen Pizza Production
Our cryogenic gas systems ensure rapid heat removal to maintain taste, appearance and appeal of the finished product. We work closely with our customers to identify their unique needs and tailor our systems and services to help them achieve their goals. At Linde, we take pride in supporting pizza processors to ensure that production targets are met without compromising pizza quality.
Assembled pizza in a spiral freezer
Producing the Optimal Pie - Faster

Freezing pizza, pizza-inspired products, and pizza ingredients doesn't have to take up a lot of valuable floor space. Harnessing the low temperature freezing power of liquid nitrogen or liquid carbon dioxide allows for rapid heat removal in less space than most competitive systems. Removing heat quickly helps to preserve the moisture, appearance and flavor attributes that make your product standout. Doing it in the least amount of valuable floor space makes your bottom line a standout, too.

Individual Pizza Toppings
Support for Your Process

Preparing the ingredients and reducing topping loss during processing are important. Individually quick frozen (IQF) toppings can be processed, frozen and stored until ready to use. This includes cheese shreds, meat products, vegetable pieces and other recipe ingredients that make your product unique. Linde flighted tunnel systems produce the desirable IQF product destined for your finished product. From your assembly line, the final product is completed as it enters a tunnel or spiral system to be frozen. Here, product yield is important. Loss of toppings is undesirable, so the Linde systems are designed for controlled airflow to keep ingredients in place while completing the quick-freezing process. From here packing can be completed and your product is off to cold storage or transport to the customer.

Cooled Pizza sauce
Across the Board Enhancements

Use of liquid nitrogen or liquid carbon dioxide, in cryogenic gas form, rapidly freezes or chills many of your products and ingredients.

Antipasti   Meatballs


Bruschetta  Pasta
Calzone  Pizza
Assembled pizza on a tunnel freezer belt

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