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Continuous Membrane Presses

Continuous membrane presses provide unmatched performance thanks to the revolutionary cascading processing system. Unbeatable productivity/quality yield ratio.

With a patented design, the machines are available in small (PCM 100), medium (PCM 200) and large (PCM 400) models.

The tank is divided into 6 or 7 chambers, in which the product is successively processed. The must produced is then conveyed into a collection hopper (4, 5, and 6 respectively). The results of this configuration in terms of productivity are supported by statistics that speak for themselves: the largest model can crush or de-stalk 32-45 tones of grapes per hour, while guaranteeing excellent levels of marc extraction. Operation is controlled entirely from the PLC, from where the operator can manage every single phase via the practical and easy-to-use control panel column.

Range

The latest addition, the smallest and most compact of the revolutionary continuous membrane presses, protected by the relative patent. Equipped with 6 chambers in which the product is processed in succession and 4 must collection hoppers, allows from 10 to 16 tons per hour of crushed or de-stalked grapes to be processed, with high levels of marc exhaustion. Operation is totally managed by PLC, with each stage of the process controlled by the operator using the practical and efficient column control panel.

The mid-range model of the continuous membrane presses, protected by the relative patent. This also features a tank divided into 6 chambers inside which the product is processed in succession, with 5 must collection hoppers. From 18 to 25 tons per hour of crushed or de-stalked grapes can be processed, with high levels of marc exhaustion. Operation is totally managed by PLC, with each stage of the process controlled by the operator using the practical and efficient column control panel.

This is the top model, the true flagship in the range of continuous membrane presses, protected by the relative patent. The long tank is divided into 7 processing chambers, inside which the product is processed in succession. The must produced is sent to 6 collection hoppers. The results of this configuration in terms of productivity are proven by the figures that speak for themselves: no less than 32-45 tons of crushed or de-stalked grapes are processed in one hour, always guaranteeing an optimum level of marc exhaustion. Operation is totally managed by PLC, with each stage of the process controlled by the operator using the practical and efficient column control panel.

18 Feb, 2019

Nova estructura organitzativa de Siprem per España

Nueva estructura organizativa de Siprem para España.   Con motivo de la próxima feria Enomaq, nos gustaría presentarles a los representantes de la nueva estructura de asistencia comercial y técnica de Siprem International para el mercado español. Amb motiu de la propera fira Enomaq, ens agradaria presentar als representants de la nova estructura d’assistència comercial […]

24 Jan, 2019

Unified Wine & Grape Symposium

We will be exhibiting at the show in Sacramento in California https://www.unifiedsymposium.org/ on January 30th and 31st. please pass by at our American representative’s booth, ATP Group. on February you will find us in Spain, Zaragoza, at Enomaq from febraury 26th to March 1st. www.feriazaragoza.es We will be also at Enoliexpo in Bari (Italy) from February 21st […]

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