It’s the beginning of the season and excitement is in the air. There is lots to prepare so we thought we’d take a moment to remind you that your Kreuzmayr machines need a little love too. Waking up after months of winter hibernation is tough on anybody! Starting up and running your machines with our smart start guide before production is crucial to ensure your equipment operates properly. If there is anything that needs special attention then you can let us know about it before it becomes a huge problem! To make this job a bit easier, we’ve broken it into different machinery parts and what to look for.
Does a belt press create more sediment than other methods?
Does a belt press create more sediment than other pressing methods?
Patrick lives and works on acreage that he purchased in 2015 with an existing orchard. After a season of selling his apples at the local farmers market, he was looking for more ways to boost his income. The Gala apple variety that he grows is a good variety for being pressed. The juice comes straight from the orchard so Patrick doesn’t mind a bit of sediment in his juice as it is a naturally occurring byproduct.
Why do your presses have continuous water usage as the press runs and why can I not recycle it?
This is part two of a three part series of articles addressing questions, myths, and misconceptions in processing fruit with a belt press.
Read the first article here
Q: My press doesn’t use water: Why do your presses have continuous water usage as the press runs and why can I not recycle it?
Yields of a Belt Press
Lets talk about belt presses!
At Juicing.Systems we have been making juice for a long time. Over the years we have produced juice with a variety of systems, including a rack and cloth press. After many 14 hour days of juicing, we knew there had to be a better way to go about getting the juice out of our fruit. After looking around extensively, we wound up purchasing a Kreuzmayr belt press. Read the full story of Juicing.Systems.
The Invisible Apple That Caused a Disruption
When Embark is in full production, the machine is running non-stop. A halt to production would cause a serious setback.
When cider-maker Chris Gowan called to say the elevator was jammed, the service team (department) at Juicing.Systems knew it was time sensitive.