Apple Food Systems – M150 Single Drop Depositor

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MR150 Single Drop Depositor

The MR150 series depositor is fitted with a standard product cylinder giving a weight range of 2-150ml.

Key Features

The weight control is easily adjusted in seconds. The machine is available with a standard 14 litre or 28 litre conical hopper, however common hoppers with multiple outlets can be supplied (for multi lane systems). A total of 250mm of height adjustment is available when the unit is fitted to the telescopic stand.

An intermediate height stand can be supplied for use with the flexible handgun outlet. The MR150 incorporates full safety interlock and can be activated by a foot switchor adapted to accept remote electrical or pneumatic signals. A wide range of outlets are available for many product applications.

Technical Information

The MR150 series depositor is probably the most versatile machine of its kind and was specifically designed for small, accurate deposits ranging from 2-150ml per cycle. An attractive feature of this machine is that it can be adapted to draw materials from various floor level containers or mixing bowls, for example: Batters, pizza Sauces, Quiche Fillings, Yogurt and Un-whipped Cream.Viscous and semi-solid materials such as Fruit Fillings, Chocolate, Bolognese Sauces and Jams would require a gravity fed hopper.

Specification

Air consumption: 142 litres/min @ 5.5 bar (5 CFM @ 80psi). Weight: 71kg(156lbs)

The Following Products can be Deposited:

Batters

Syrups

Yogurt

Creamed Potato

Jams

Mayonnaise

Custard

Sauces

Oils

Sponge Mixes

Jelly

Butter

Creams

Chocolate

Pastes

Grease

Fondant

Downloads

Spec Sheet

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