Automatic Flour Duster
Flour output volume freely adjustable
Automatically sprinkles flour / starch on the noodle sheet during different operation steps. Connected to the main engine, so if the press stops, the duster does so, too. The flour output can be regulated by a small turning knob on the side of the unit.
Press Roll Unit
Easy-to-use press unit
The gap between the two heavy duty stainless steel compression drums can be adjusted in 1/10s of a millimeter (100μm steps). The Richmen series Ramen machines are all equipped with a convenient foot switch for the main motor, so you can control the machine while having your hands free to work. One of the most important features of the roll unit is safety. The safety grid above the rolls is designed not to let through even the delicate hands of a female operator and the slightest movement of the grid causes the motor to stop immediately.
Rounded edges for easy cleaning
After the dough has been kneaded in the mixing unit, it is transported from the mixer to the roll unit above. Our specially designed hygienic tray is used for this step. The tray has no edges, so waste of the dough is reduced to a minimum and it’s very easy to wipe off any residue afterwards.
The mixer is designed in a way that even beginners have no problems using it. The motor stops automatically, if the glass lid is removed. It is possible to add water to the mixture without having to remove the safety lid and with the included sponges the mixer autonomously cleans itself after use!
Roller Clearance Adjustment Handle
Free adjustment of noodle thickness
Adjustment of the noodle thickness is done by turning the crank handle, which sets the gap between the two roll drums. While doing that, the exact thickness is indicated in the center of the handle.
Multipurpose cutter for various kinds of noodles
With the multipurpose cutting unit you can make any type of Ramen noodles by inserting the blade set with the appropriate width. You can make straight, curled, thick and thin noodles and even some variations of Udon and Soba!
Infinite Options With Various Cutter Blades!
Infinite possibilities for noodle types,
thanks to a range of different blade sets and the ability to exactly control the ingredients.
You want to cook just one soup? No problem!
You can create various types of noodles and enrich your menu with just one Richmennoodle machine.
You can easily adjust the thickness or curling of the noodles by changing the blade set. Depending on the combination of blade set and ingredients, you can make every type, from thin Hakata style noodles with grainy texture to thick and chewy Tsukemen noodles. It is also possible to make flat noodles like Tagliatelle or Pappardelle and with the included device which is mounted below the blade set, you can make curly Ramen noodles just like the ones from the supermarket, only they’re fresh and contain no chemical additives!
Noodle Thickness: 6mm
With the rather wide blade No.5, you can make broad and flat noodles, especially some sorts of Italian Pasta.
The photo shows from left to right:
- Noodles with red food coloring mixed into the dough
- Whole grain dough
- A dough mixture containing spinach, for a green color
Noodle Thickness: 2.7mm
Blade No.11 is a good example for producing thick, but still flat noodles.
Depicted are from left to right:
- Noodles made out of a dough containing black sesame
- Healthy whole grain Tsukemen style noodles
Noodle Thickness: 1.5mm
Blade set No.20 produces standard Ramen noodles with the usual thickness at about 1.5mm.
Depicted are from left to right:
- Standard Ramen noodles using Kansui dough
- Red dough enhanced with chili powder. Both batches are made to “chijire-men”, i.e. they are cut with the curling adapter, which can be easily inserted into every blade set.
Noodle Thickness: 1.25mm
With blade set Nr.24, you can make very thin noodles of the original “Hakata Ramen” class. These noodles are made out of a dough with very low water content, which enables them to be cooked in just a few seconds after being dumped into boiling water!
The picture shows, again from left to right:
- Noodles made out of whole grain wheat flour
- Standard Hakata noodles, using just wheat flour, Kansui and water
- Black noodle dough containing ground black sesame.
Are you ready to impress your customers with house made noodles?