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16:35 Mar 8, 2007
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French to English translations [PRO]
Cooking / Culinary / haute cuisine, patisserie
French term or phrase: Aerobatteur
Some sort of whipping machine for creams and such. Like a small Kitchen-Aid, only not, it has an integrated refrigeration system of some kind. I've looked everywhere for this and have no idea what it could possibly be called in English, or if a name even exists. here's a link to it:

it's the "cream king eco 3.0".

you'll be my hero if you figure this one out.
a million thanks!
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1 +2air whipper
Jonathan MacKerron

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air whipper

gets some googles, but still just a guess

Note added at 8 mins (2007-03-08 16:44:34 GMT)

exact same apparatus is called "whipping machine" according to

Note added at 9 mins (2007-03-08 16:45:12 GMT)

"Interbake (Bury, Lancashire) has introduced the Cream King Eco 3.0 whipping machine. Made by German firm Hagesana, the machine enables users to hygienically whip and aerate fresh or synthetic cream, while a built-in cooling system keeps cream chilled in warm bakery environments, ensuring stability and freshness.2

Note added at 16 mins (2007-03-08 16:52:10 GMT)

another link claims "cream whipping machine with cooling"

Jonathan MacKerron
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agree  Mark Nathan: cream whipping machine with cooling
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