Mobile Fruit Juice Processing Plant
A mobile fruit processing machinery, equipped with portable production sets to process any fruits.
The fruit processing plant is a mobile/static or skid mounted kit of fruit processing equipment accessible across the world and mounted on a heavy goods vehicle for local transportation. It includes detachable machines for crushing, pressing, and filling a tank with juices after following the processing steps. Some of the machines can be carried out over a long distance where the fruits are harvested to be processed and are, then, quickly pasteurized for use. Alvan Blanch and their partners design, manufacture, and distribute the product in the world.
The price depends on the customization requested by the customer. The system with 300 kg/hr capacity costs around 125,000 USD converted in August 2021 (90,000 pounds) Interview with representative depending on the client’s requirements. And the system with 1000 kg/hr capacity costs around 416,000 USDconverted in August 2021 (300,000 pounds) Interview with representative depending on the client’s requirements as well.
The Alvan Blanch Development Company designs the majority of their products in the UK and ships them to the selected region. The company has also subsidiaries based in Africa designing and supplying complete systems for fruit processing.
Alvan Blanch Development Company Limited is patented and registered in England under the No: 507937, VAT No: GB 137 422 481
The product is designed and sold through Alvan Blanch’s global list of approved dealers based in Africa, the APAC region, Asia, the Middle East, and North America, Russia, South American, the Caribbean, and the United Kingdom.
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The fruit juice processing plant can work with a generator or electricity. It has a water purification system including a fruit machine, a dilution, and wash down components. The mill mounted on the whole system mashes vegetables and hard fruit before pressing. The product obtained after mashing goes to press.
The product has a component called the pulper siever that is mainly used for mangoes, pineapples, tomatoes, and all non-pressing fruits before they are moved into the blending tanks. The juice is directed to the pasteurization room for treatment to preserve its quality. This process involves heating it to a high temperature (85°C) for a short period of time to destroy any bacteria and any unwanted micro-organisms.
Alvan Blanch has many engineers in the UK and across Africa traveling to clients worldwide for technical support when needed. They provide engineering services to help the customer through their local sales representatives.
Replacement components include exchanger, control panel, water treatment unit, storage tank, hydraulic press. Further details can be obtained directly from the manufacturer through Fruit Processing Assessment Enquiry
Testing was performed by the manufacturer only and no third-party testing has been completed.
No third-party organizations, only testing performed by Alvan Blanch.
No known safety hazards are related to this product.
The manufacturer Interview with a representative provides various accessories: flow plate, manifolds, jacketed pipeline, filters, valves, inspection glasses. The Customer can also receive packaging consumables, plan management personnel, and marketing assistance at an additional cost.
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Dornier M., Belleville MP., Vaillant F., 2018, “Membrane Technologies for Fruit Juice Processing,” Food Engineering Series. ISBN : 978-1-4939-3309-9.
Wenner, M. D., Escudero, W., 1993, “Constraints in the Kenyan fruit juice processing industry,” Final report, 33, pp.73.
Alvan Blanch’s internal testing guidelines.
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