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Speidel Mill and 40ltr Stainless Steel Hydropress Combo - 89158

One of our most popular combinations Save £100 on the RRP

The Speidel Mill will mill whole buckets of apples and pears into a perfect pulp. The 40 Litre Hydropress will produce together this combination will provide an incredibly high juice yield.

Speidel Mill * The ONLY non-industrial centrifugal mill on the market that can deal with full buckets of whole apples at once! * Powerful 2.2kW/2.9 hp motor * An orchard favourite, ideal for those who have lots of fruit to mill, the enthusiastic amateur, community groups, or for use at a 'commercial' starter level * If used in conjunction with a Hydropress or the Rack & Cloth Press, a 70 to 75% juice yield can be achieved and up to 450 litres / 100 gallons of juice can be pressed in a day! * Heavy duty plastic hopper with ultra-smooth inside for easy cleaning * Supplied with a 6 metre length, insulated cable, moulded UK plug and moulded Sckuko socket

Hydropress An extremely simple, highly effective pressing system that uses mains water pressure to extract high levels of juice from milled apples and pears, crushed grapes and pressing small or seeded soft fruits, e.g., blackberries and elderberries

  • An excellent press for those who have several productive apple trees or grapevines and are interested in producing juice swiftly and virtually effortlessly
  • Capacity: juice yield of up to 20-25 litres / 35-44 pints per pressing, depending on variety and ripeness of fruit
  • When used with apples and pears, this press is only truly effective when the fruit has been finely milled using the Fruit Shark Megalodon 2.5kW. or theVigo Stainless Steel 1.5kW Apple Mill.
  • Achieves high juice yields and excellent juice quality
  • It should be possible to carry out 3 pressings per hour
  • Once filled, the press can take less than 5 minutes to extract juice!
  • Press apples and any soft seeded fruit like grapes, pears, raspberries, strawberries and more

Speidel Electric 2.2kW Apple Mill, Speidel Hydropress 40 Litre

Price: £1,550.00

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Apples or pears fed into the conical hopper are pulverised by stainless steel blades. The pomace (pulp) is then discharged through the chute into your bucket. next line the stainless steel perforated cylinder with the straining sack and scoop the fruit pulp into the cylinder around the deflated rubber membrane. Clamp the strong cast lid on top of the cylinder. Connect a ½" water hose to the bottom of the press (connections supplied) and turn on the mains water pressure. The pressure of the water inflates the rubber membrane, forcing the juice out through the perforations in the cylinder into the press juice channel, and so to a waiting vessel.

Disconnect mill from electric supply, unclip and remove the hopper. Clean the hopper, discharge chute, and blades with fresh water. Store in a dry place. The maintenance of the press is very simple: just rinse with fresh water after use and store in a dry, dark place.

  • Heavy duty PE food-grade plastic hopper and discharge chute (recyclable), with ultra smooth, easy clean internal surface
  • Stainless steel, reversible hardened blades
  • Stable base on three splayed feet which encloses motor
  • Wheel on back foot to ease manoeuvring
  • Manufactured in accordance with EC Safety Directives and Standards
  • Powered by 2,800 rpm, 2.2 kW/2.9 hp single phase motor, to make short work of large quantities of fruit
  • 6 metre long insulated cable, moulded UK plug and moulded Sckuko socket
  • On/off switch with lock-out feature
  • Safety cut-out to protect motor
  • Height: 125cm / 49¼"
  • Pulp discharge height: 38cm / 14¾"
  • Width: 58.6cm / 23"
  • Weight: 25kg / 55½ lbs

  • Normal mains water pressure of 2.5 to 3 bar required

  • Perforated stainless steel cylinder
  • Inflatable neoprene membrane
  • Enamelled cast aluminium base and lid
  • Tubular steel legs
  • Fitted with pressure gauge, safety pressure relief valve and drain valve
  • Supplied with straining sack
  • Height: 90cm / 35½"
  • Diameter: 48cm / 18¾"
  • Height from ground level to lip: 30cm / 11¾"
  • Weight: 18 kg / 39¾ lbs

NB Video shows the Centrifugal Mill and the 40 litre Flexi Tub

Mike's feedback, November: "I ordered the Centrifugal Mill, the 90 litre Hydropress and the Stainless Steel pasteuriser, the expertise and advice from Vigo Presses was first class... All of the equipment was put to use the following Saturday, we made 160 litres of cider and 30 litres of apple juice… I am absolutely delighted with all of the equipment and the service from Vigo Presses."

Chris' feedback: "We had been using a garden chipper shredder and not only was it hard to use (it got blocked way too often), but juice got into the motor and it died with a bang! We were lucky no one was hurt. The Centrifugal Mill has never blocked up, however hard we try." IMPORTANT NOTICE FROM Vigo Presses ABOUT GARDEN SHREDDERS: Chris referred to using a garden shredder prior to purchasing the Centrifugal Mill. Garden shredders are not recommended for crushing fruit. There are 2 reasons for this: 1. The components inside garden shredders are not designed for use with fruit. Mild steel will contaminate the juice and it is quite likely that, if the steel is painted, the paint will not be suitable for food use, possibly containing levels of contaminants above permitted levels. It is therefore possible that juice produced from apples that have been through a garden shredder could be poisonous. 2. Garden shredders are not designed for use with apples. Crushed apples release copious amounts of juice. Garden shredders may not be sealed to resist this juice and will probably not be built to the electrical safety levels required for fruit crushing. At the very least the juice may damage the garden shredder and at the very worst the machine may damage the user through electrocution. We strongly advise against using a garden shredder for crushing fruit.

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