Atlas Pizza Dough Rounder – SH502

Unlike a traditional rounder, the Atlas SH502 Pizza dough rounder tightly moulds the dough pieces by stretching the gluten structure in one direction exactly as done by a skilled baker.


Unlike a traditional rounder, the Atlas SH502 Pizza dough rounder tightly moulds the dough pieces by stretching the gluten structure in one direction exactly as done by a skilled baker.

We can also call the rounder a Boule Moulder because of several significant differences between making a round dough ball and making a tightly moulded boule. The moulding process of the rounder machine is firm but gently. This process refines the crumb and strengthens the gluten structure without damaging the dough and in the process, creates a seam at the bottom of the boule, which is placed down on the pan.

The unique and separate controls for stroke, rotation and oscillation on the rounder, kneads the dough from 3 to 75 times in a single pass.


The resulting boules will exhibit better proofing. The rustic breads, rye, sourdough, multigrain, specialty breads and high‐hydration dough with fruit, cheese and honey are just a few examples of what can be made into dough ball with our rounder machine.

Atlas Pizza Dough Rounder Features

  • 62cm Diameter bowl with “ moulding surface.
  • FDA approved materials CONE & BOWL.
  • Adjustable kneading stroke length.
  • Independent kneading speed and rotation speed.
  • Hand feed or use under a bread plant.
  • All sealed heavy duty ball bearings.
  • Easy to clean removable bowl and plant.
  • Lower body and mechanical parts in stainless steel.
  • Top in cast, anodized aluminum.
  • Anti‐adhesive process moulding surface.

FAQ’s on Dough Rounders

How does a dough rounder work?

A dough rounder typically consists of a rotating chamber or bowl with dividing plates or blades. The dough is placed into the chamber, and as it rotates, the plates or blades divide and shape the dough into round portions. The rounder can be adjusted to control the size and weight of the dough balls.

What types of dough can be rounded with a dough rounder?

Dough rounders are versatile and can handle various types of dough, including bread dough, pizza dough, pastry dough, and other similar types. They are particularly useful for high-volume production where consistent portion sizes are essential.

Can dough rounders handle gluten-free dough or specialty dough?

Yes, dough rounders can handle gluten-free dough or specialty dough to a certain extent. However, the consistency and characteristics of gluten-free or specialty dough may differ from regular dough, so it’s important to ensure the rounder is suitable for the specific type of dough you’re using. It’s always advisable to check the manufacturer’s guidelines or consult with the equipment supplier for specific recommendations.

Can a dough rounder adjust the size of dough portions?

Yes, dough rounders typically have adjustable settings to control the size and weight of the dough portions. This allows for flexibility in producing dough balls of various sizes, depending on the desired end product. The adjustment mechanisms may differ depending on the model, but they generally involve changing the position of the dividing plates or blades.

How do I maintain and clean a dough rounder?

Proper maintenance and cleaning are essential for the longevity and performance of a dough rounder. The specific instructions may vary depending on the model, so it’s important to consult the manufacturer’s guidelines. Generally, regular cleaning, lubrication of moving parts, and occasional inspections for any damage or wear are recommended.


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