Intelligent Pressing System IPS10.000 is a high performance hydraulic piston-cylinder pressing unit dedicated to fruit and vegetable juice industry.
Both the robust construction and the application of the high quality components guarantee the best performance and a maximum yield.
|Capacity||ca. 8,7 -12 t/h optimal fruits condition assumed|
|Dimensions||length 7 900 mm width 3 000 mm height 3 100 mm|
|Weight net||27 000 kg|
|Volume of the operating cylinder||7 700 l|
|Diameter of the operating cylinder||2 000 mm|
|Number of filter elements||300 pcs.|
|Installed power||35 kW|
|Pressure nominal (max.)||210 (280) bar|
|Operating oil temp||50°C|
|Noise level||<90 dBA|
|Condition of utilities||
No loss, closed, highly efficient pressing system with filter drainage elements is used for solid liquid separation mainly in fruit juice industry. IPS10.000 is an ideal solution for juice extraction from apples, berries, black currants, cherries, grapes, stone fruits, pomegranates and vegetables. Everywhere where the highest extraction yield with low suspended solid content and the highest reliability are required IPS10.000 is the best choice.
Program for extracting NFC juices:
Design solutions to prevent juice deposits in juice plates.
Possibility to monitor the level and temperature of oil from operator panel
Press unit supported on two main bearings consists of:
- press drum
- piston press plate with juice collecting plate
- main cylinder
- juice collecting endplate 300 drainage filter elements
- three tension bars
- three side cylinders for the operation of the press drum
- cladding and protection cover made of stainless steel
• three-phase motor with DC solenoid brake
• chain and V-belt drive
• planetary gearbox
Hydraulic aggregate based on BOSCH REXROTH:
• hydraulic block with the control valves Rexroth®
• reliable axial piston pump by Rexroth® with electronic p/Q controller
• gear pump for auxiliary functions and cooling-filtrating circuit
• air cooler of hydraulic oil and filtration system
• connection lines to the rotating press unit for operating of the main cylinder and the three-side cylinders
• local pressure transmitter for rapid diagnostics of the hydraulic block by SICK AG
• grease container with food grade grease incl. pumping system
• PLC by Siemens Simatic S7-300
• power control cabinet mounted on the press
• mobile touch panel SIMATIC TP1500 15'' for local press operation with WinCC visualization mounted on movable arm
• possible operation from the PC control room by profinet connection
• safety circuits for protective guards, emergency stops, power and bus supervision
Juice collecting system:
• fresh juice vessel 2.500 l for juice collection and for the automatic cleaning of the press with measurement instruments (pressure transmitter, level transmitter, temperature sensor, valve position sensors)
• juice vessel piping incl. armature (butterfly valves pneumatic driven, automatic steam valve, manual butterfly valves, return valve)
• fresh juice pump 25 m3/h, 4 kW Electromagnetic extraction water flow meter E+H Promag 53 Electromagnetic juice flow meter E+H Promag 53
• electromagnetic mash flow meter E+H Promag 55
IPS10.000 is a horizontal rotary press. This design carries a horizontal hydraulic piston operating within the cylindrical hollow body of the press. Between the specially designed endplate and the piston faceplate run 300 flexible drainage cores with ribbing along their lengths to act as a juice channels. Each line throughout its length is covered with coarsely woven filter sock. The press will work, self-optimised, to operate in strict sequence with pressing periods appropriate to the fruit in process.
Mash is pumped into the press to partly fill the cylinder space. The piston then moves forward under hydraulic pressure to express the juice by consequently forcing it through the filter sleeves and along the channels in the drainage cores, to be fed through the outlets in the specially designed plates for collection in a juice tank. The piston then withdraws whilst a second mash charge is received and the process repeats. During the pressing operation the endplate of the unit rotates with consequent meshing of the filter-lines, so that at the end of the pressing cycle the lines are loosely meshed together within the press-cake, or fruit pomace.
As the piston moves back in conjunction with incoming mash, reverse rotation occurs, disentangling the lines and redistributing the pomace amongst the fresh charge of mesh. Hence there is no buildup of press-cake and maximum efficiency in terms of juice removal.
Depending upon the fruit type and its quality there will be several charges of mash to feed the pressing sequence until a optimum full load has been achieved. It is possible due to the self- optimizing control system which determines the pressability of the product in every process phase. The production process consists of the following sequences: Filling – Pressing – Extraction – Discharge.