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y1260c_crop_email.jpgRECONDITIONED PULPER, Langsenkamp Model A EZ-Adjust paddle pulper.

Pulper-finishers are used to create juice from fruits and vegetables, and/or to otherwise separate fruit flesh (pulp) from fruit pits, seeds, and other solids (stems, skins). Pulping / finishing machines use either spinning paddles, or a screw, turning inside a perforated screen. The screens are interchangable, and the perforation size of the screen determines the "finish" of (amount of pulp in) the product. The use of brushes, which are gentler than solid paddles, helps to prevent skin or seed shatering, as well as to remove the remaining fruit from pits. Liquids (and pulp) that pass through the screen are collected in a bottom discharge pan, while the solids (pits, seeds, skins) remaining inside the screen are discharged out the end.

This pulper-finisher features...

  • Stainless steel construction including tubular support frame.
  • 14 inch by 20 inch tapered hopper infeed.
  • Solid paddles crank-wheel adjustable for distance to screen.
  • Currently fitted with 3/8" perforated screens, other sizes available.
  • 15 HP 230/460 volt 3 phase drive.
  • High output, manufacturer rated for 10 to 20 tons per hour.
  • 44.5 inch infeed height, 19" solids discharge height.
  • 13 inch high liquid discharge with 4.5 inch diameter outlet.

As of this writing, this refurbished paddle pulper is in stock at Alard, ready to go and in EXCELLENT operational, mechanical and cosmetic condition, available for immediate shipment.

Alard item reference #: Y1260

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