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TRAY WASHING TUNNEL 500 UNITS/H
ME3245 Rotative Filter with Scraper
ME3245 Rotative Filter with Scraper
ME3245 Inside of Tunnel
ME3245 Inside of Tunnel

TRAY WASHING TUNNEL 500 UNITS/H

Ref. ME3245

Tunnel for washing trays, production 500 u/h. Compact and ergonomic, designed for continual use. The loading of the trays may be manual or automatic if there is a line to feed the tunnel. The forward movement of the trays in the tunnel is automatic. At the end of the process, the trays can be collected by an operator or they can feed directly into a line.
 

The washing tunnels of "ESFERA" series have the possibility to adjust the functionality to the needs and requirements of the customer. The ESFERA model optimizes the complete use of the pump flow, their rounded forms makes the water slide doun the sides, improving their performance and the sanitization of the process.
 
The evolution and engineering of the tunnels, make these equipments very respectful with the environment and allows energy saving. The machine is ideal for sanitization of small and medium productions.
 
The design of the machine is thought to permit the access to every part of it, and to make easy the maintenance and the washing process.
 
The washing tunnel  serial "ESFERA" model 500 with return and dragging chain, is a tunnel capable to wash 500 U/h, tha water is heated by three electrical resistance with 6.000W eachone, the washing part of the process works with hot water and soap, and the rising part with tube water. As a result, we get an optimum washing.
 

OPTIONS:

blowing unit

See also:
WASHING TUNNEL WITH BLOWING CYCLON 500 UNITS/H.



 

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