Imagine the sound of quivering gelatin, "wibbly wobbly, jiggly wiggly".
Gelatin comes in many forms, from a confectionery made to be an easily ingested food with highly beneficial nutrients, to a stewed, jellied dish as a cuisine.
Originally, it is a confectionery made from a combination of fruit juice, gelatin, and sugar.
Variations are made by adding other ingredients such as fruit, spices, and acidulants.
Jelly beans, gummy candies and the like are foods made from processed gelatin.
Mixing Ratio Feedback System
In real time, measure mixing ratio and respond by changing flow volume adjustment.
Concentrate status check
For gummy candy: Concentration is checked when mixing the raw materials, heating up the slurry, and concentrating.
Pre-Bottling Final Check
A final check on the product before bottling is made to make sure it is within specifcations. Controlling the switch between various liquids can help reduce liquid loss.
Jello is around 15 to 20% Brix while gummies are closer to 80% Brix.
Check for liquid switch
When switching to a new liquid on the production line, the concentration can be checked for whether or not it has been changed.
Cleaning Solution Concentration Check
Used to monitor appropriate concentration level of the caustic soda or peracetic acid used to sanitize the piping system.