Apple Food Systems – MR900 Low Level Easy Fill

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MR900 Low Level Easy Fill

Simplicity is the main feature of the MR900, allowing unskilled operators to easily strip down the machine for cleaning and product change overs.

Key Features

Deposit volume and speed controls can be adjusted in seconds. The MR900 series depositor is pneumatically operated and can be supplied with four sizes of product cylinder. This provides an accurate depositing weight range of 20-1250g, up to 60 cycles per minute.

The machine is extremely robust and is designed to withstand the most demanding conditions with the minimum maintenance. ‘Lubrication free’ pneumatic components can be fitted as an option. The machine shown is fitted with telescopic pipe work as standard allowing the outlet nozzle to be easily positioned exactly were required.

Key Features

Deposit volume and speed controls can be adjusted in seconds. The MR900 series depositor is pneumatically operated and can be supplied with four sizes of product cylinder. This provides an accurate depositing weight range of 20-1250g, up to 60 cycles per minute.

The machine is extremely robust and is designed to withstand the most demanding conditions with the minimum maintenance. ‘Lubrication free’ pneumatic components can be fitted as an option. The machine shown is fitted with telescopic pipe work as standard allowing the outlet nozzle to be easily positioned exactly were required.

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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