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Oak
EKINSA barrel washing systems  Image
EKINSA barrel washing systems
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EKINSA barrel washing systems ,
Garbellotto Experience® Image
Garbellotto Experience®
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Garbellotto Experience®,
Round and Oval Casks - Garbellotto Image
Round and Oval Casks - Garbellotto
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Round and Oval Casks - Garbellotto,
550, 750 AND 1000 LITRE SMALL CASKS Image
550, 750 AND 1000 LITRE SMALL CASKS
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550, 750 AND 1000 LITRE SMALL CASKS,
CONICAL TRUNK VATS Image
CONICAL TRUNK VATS
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CONICAL TRUNK VATS,
BARRELS AND BARRIQUES Image
BARRELS AND BARRIQUES
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BARRELS AND BARRIQUES,
Garbellotto Oak "Amphora" Image
Garbellotto Oak "Amphora"
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Garbellotto Oak "Amphora",
Filtration
Della Toffola Cross-flow Filtration - Ceramic Membrane -  Image
Della Toffola Cross-flow Filtration - Ceramic Membrane -
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Accessories
Socma - Turbopigeur Image
Socma - Turbopigeur
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Socma - Turbopigeur,
Red Vinification Plunger  Image
Red Vinification Plunger
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Red Vinification Plunger ,
LIVERANI - Must/Liquid Pumps Image
LIVERANI - Must/Liquid Pumps
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LIVERANI - Must/Liquid Pumps,
Amphorae
Artenova Terracotta Amphora Image
Artenova Terracotta Amphora
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Artenova Terracotta Amphora,
Garbellotto Oak "Amphora" Image
Garbellotto Oak "Amphora"
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Garbellotto Oak "Amphora",
Tanks
Stainless Steel Tanks Image
Stainless Steel Tanks
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Stainless Steel Tanks,
Distilling
CARL Stills Image
CARL Stills
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CARL Stills,
Barison Distillation Image
Barison Distillation
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Barison Distillation,
Sorting
Grape Sorting and Washing Lines - Della Toffola Image
Grape Sorting and Washing Lines - Della Toffola
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Grape Sorting and Washing Lines - Della Toffola,
Presses & Accessories
Central Membrane Air Bag - Della Toffola  Image
Central Membrane Air Bag - Della Toffola
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Central Membrane Air Bag - Della Toffola ,
CEP - Sirio Presses Image
CEP - Sirio Presses
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CEP - Sirio Presses,
Bottling
S/A Pneumatic Capping Machine TSP-2002 Image
S/A Pneumatic Capping Machine TSP-2002
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S/A Pneumatic Capping Machine TSP-2002,
S/A Pneumatic Capping Machine TSP-2002-D Image
S/A Pneumatic Capping Machine TSP-2002-D
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S/A Pneumatic Capping Machine TSP-2002-D,
S/A Mechanical Capping Machine TSM-2005 Image
S/A Mechanical Capping Machine TSM-2005
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S/A Mechanical Capping Machine TSM-2005,
TEM - Fillers Image
TEM - Fillers
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TEM - Fillers,
Framax  - ModulBlock Image
Framax - ModulBlock
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Framax - ModulBlock,
Eggs
Ceramic Egg - Magnum 675 Image
Ceramic Egg - Magnum 675
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Ceramic Egg - Magnum 675,
Destemmers/Crushers
Armbruster - Rotovib Image
Armbruster - Rotovib
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Armbruster - Rotovib,
Socma - The Cube Image
Socma - The Cube
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Socma - The Cube,
Armbruster Rollersorter Image
Armbruster Rollersorter
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Armbruster Rollersorter,
Tanks
Stainless Steel Tanks Image
Stainless Steel Tanks
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Stainless Steel Tanks,
Cider Making
Della Toffola - Central Membrane Air Bag Presses  Image
Della Toffola - Central Membrane Air Bag Presses
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Della Toffola - Central Membrane Air Bag Presses ,
CEP - Sirio Presses Image
CEP - Sirio Presses
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CEP - Sirio Presses,
Apple Crusher Image
Apple Crusher
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Apple Crusher,
De-Stoning & Mashing Units Image
De-Stoning & Mashing Units
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De-Stoning & Mashing Units,
Fruit processing lines Image
Fruit processing lines
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Fruit processing lines,
Oak
EKINSA barrel washing systems
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EKINSA barrel washing systems  Image
European-made barrel washing systems available with various capacities. With easy-to-use automatic and manual options to choose from, these barrel washers all come with the superior structural integrity you'd expect from a quality manufacturer.
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Garbellotto Experience®
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Garbellotto Experience® Image
Experience® is the latest creation by Garbellotto, and the result of combining their experience and the observations from the expert winemaker Roberto Cipresso, during his research in the experimental Winecircus cellars.

The name is given by the dual meaning of the term “experience”, as a recollection of past actions and also the exploration of new ideas. The aim pursued by the project is to offer the company an instrument able to interpret the changes that occur in time in the vine, using adequate winemaking strategies, and therefore able to provide the market with an expert answer. For that to happen, it is essential that the careful observation and understanding of the properties of the raw materials goes hand in hand with agile and practical experimentation, without stealing time and space form the primary winemaking processes.

It has a capacity of 1,000 litres, so that winemakers who traditionally use wooden barrels for fermenting can get used to it gradually, and, at the same time, those who normally use barriques have a more practical instrument that guarantees the same oenological result.
The truncated cone shape, designed so that the height is no higher than 100 cm and is less than the width, has an effect on the floating force contemplated by Archimedes’ principle, blocking the thrust upwards of the cap. The cap remains immersed aided by the welded grid to a threaded bar at the centre of the base, so that the majority of the fulling process is eliminated. The top is made from mirror polished AISI 18/10 stainless steel, with handles to open it and a central hole for filling up.
During fermentation, this top can be completely removed to enable more practical processing with an opening of 120 cm.

Experience® also has steel supports so that forklift trucks and transpallets can be used, for easy handling and lifting. These supports are firmly fixed to the wooden structure, so that the automatic tipping system can be used to empty the container directly into the press. There is an additional accessory formed of a cushion made from food-use plastic which is filled with water, meaning that Experience® can also be used as a press.

It is constructed using slats and quarter chaff of 55 mm, available in the best quality oak from the most valuable European forests in Slavonia and France, which is naturally seasoned outside for at least eight months per each centimetre of thickness. On request other types of precious wood are available.

External measurements of Experience ® da 1,000 l:
lat length: 100 cm
Maximum diameter: 130 cm
Thickness of working wood: 55 mm for slats and bottoms.

On request, Experience® can be made larger.
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Round and Oval Casks - Garbellotto
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Round and Oval Casks - Garbellotto Image
We can custom build casks from 10 to 300 hl and over, both round and oval in standard size or in sizes specifically requested by our clients.

Made in Italy by some of the finest materials, these casks are curved using direct fire unless otherwise requested by our clients and then we carry out (on request) a special delicate toasting to sweeten the bouquet. Both the fire curving and the toasting are done at controlled temperature and humidity levels to obtain the best, tested and constant aromatic result.

The staves are curved evenly from end to end, without weakening them at the belly which would facilitate the curving. This ensures the thickness of the stave is the same all along.
This curving technique allows us to make casks that are more solid because most of the force is on the belly longer lasting as wine containers because there is more wood and so more aromatic substances are given to the wine that can be regenerated by taking away 5-8mm of thickness to renew the discarge. The only way to guarantee the perfect holding power of both ends of the cask is by bending them with a double arch so they resemble sections of a large sphere. This double curving is needed for the 15 hl casks and over because otherwise the ends would deform causing warping and irreparable leakage. This system also avoids having to make useless supports like the costly crossbars typical of techniques which have been surpassed.

All the casks then go through a double strict control procedure, first with steam then with water to check the exact capacity and ensure they are perfectly watertight. The finishing touches include internal and external planing followed by external sand-papering. Considering the long period the casks have to stay in the cellars, which are damp and septic places, the wood, without appropriate protection, would be an easy target for germs which could cause moulding and rotting etc. It is therefore essential that the wood is coated with a protective varnish that does not limit the transpiration of the pores and at the same time protects the wood against micro-organisms. We therefore apply a special natural transpirable varnish to our casks which protects them from moulding, then a red strip is painted around the end of the staves so the wood is protected at its most delicate point, i.e. where the fibres are interrupted and uncovered.

Standard accessories:
• A small wooden door at the front end made out of one prestigious central stave.
• Stainless steel valve fixed to the door with a choice of attachments and sizes.
• Stainless steel wine-tasting spoon fixed to the centre of the front end.
• Tannic or resinous wooden support resistant to humidity.
• Glass or silicone stopper for upper hole.
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Round and Oval Casks - Garbellotto,
550, 750 AND 1000 LITRE SMALL CASKS
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These are the fruit of our collaborators in order to rationalise the use of the normal “tonneaux“ in wine cellars. They combine the convenience of the large casks with the refining speed of 5-700 litre barrels. They join the simple and effective building technique of the common tonneaux together with the more convenient accessories of the large casks like the small door, the valves etc. this facilitates use and cleaning because they do not need to be moved.

They are built with two types of staves: split or sawn in quarters of 40-45 mm with bottoms sawn in quarters of 55 mm. The staves are curved with direct fire using pieces of seasoned oak to avoid aromatic interference. They are then toasted in conditions of controlled humi- dity levels, slowly and delicately to ensure the maximum aromatic efflux from the wood. Toasting can be light, medium, medium-strong and strong. The narrowly-spaced hooping with top quality galvanised phosphorated iron complete the building of the barrels. Internal and external planning and sand-papering give the finishing touches and make them easy to clean and splendid to see. A special natural transpirable varnish may be applied on request, which protects the barrel from excessive humidity.

Standard accessories:
• A small wooden door (on request make from one prestigious central stave at the front end).
• Stainless steel valve fixed to the door with a choice of attachments and sizes.
• Stainless steel wine-tasting spoon fixed to the centre of front end. Tannic or resinous wooden support resistant to humidity.
• Silicone stopper for upper hole.

On request:
• Stainless steel AISI 304 Front Door.
• Stainless steel AISI 316 Lupper Closing door.
• Stainless steel AISI 304 Discharging unit.
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550, 750 AND 1000 LITRE SMALL CASKS,
CONICAL TRUNK VATS
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CONICAL TRUNK VATS Image
We can make conical trunk vats from 10 to 200 hl. and on request up to 600 hl.+ for wine-making, storing, refining, distilling, vinegar or other uses. We give a slight curving using direct fire to the vats, technically called “bombè“ so the hoops are always perfectly watertight thus avoiding the long-term sagging of the stave. On request we can also toast the vats at controlled temperature and humidity levels. The narrowly spaced hooping with top quality galvanised phosphorated iron complete the building on the vats. All the vats go through two strict control procedures, the first with steam then with water to verify the exact capacity and perfect hold.

Internal and external planning sand-papering and the application of a special natural transparent, transpirable varnish on the wood and the red strip painted around the end of the upper stave give the finishing touches. Finally the relative accessories are installed depending on whether the vat is used for fermentation, storing or industrial usage.

In recent years we have had a notable increase in the request for vats for fermentation because the convenient stainless steel accessories can be used either for the fermentation or for the refining and storing of the wines. During fermentation, the anti-oxidising effect of the tannin combined with the micro-oxygenisation of the wood brings about a more limpid production of wine or grape must with a more stable aroma and colour.

Standard accessories:
• Upper drainage cover in 18/10 AISI 316 stainless steel, diameter from 400 to 1,200 mm, with central hole for filling up or 22 cm diameter high pressure flue and release valve.
• Stainless steel door opening outwards fixed to lower end of stave towards the bottoms of the vat.
• Stainless steel valve for partial drainage and stainless steel pipes for full drainage complete with valve in whatever size or attachment desired.
• Stainless steel sash door as the bottom end for complete and easy drainage of marc.
• Thermal-conditioning pipes with polished stainless steel plate, proportionate to the size of the vat.
• Digital or mechanical thermometer and regulation ladder-rest.
• Suitable 30 cm high wooden supports.

Special accessories on request:
• Asterisk tubes for “delestage”.
• Freestanding supports in stainless steel, 70 cm from
the ground.
• Automatic reassembling or wine-pressing units.

On request we can build simpler and much less costly open vats, either conical trunk or vase-shape, usable only for small amounts at the fermentation stage of wine-making.
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BARRELS AND BARRIQUES
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These containers are easier to build than the casks as they have just one curving on the staves. Nevertheless particular attention is needed at both the manufacturing stage and in the choice of wood used. There are always two species of wood but they are taken from the trunk in two different ways: fine-grain split oak for the smaller barriques from 225 up to 350 lt. and 550 to 750 lt. for the larger ones. Both types of wood come from the best forests in Europe, France (Allier, Never, Vosges, etc.) Slavonia, Bosnia and Balkans. Stave curving is carried out with direct fire using pieces of seasoned oak to avoid aromatic interference followed by a slow delicate toasting in conditions of controlled humidity to ensure the maximum aromatic efflux from the wood. Toasting can be light, medium, medium strong and strong. The tops and bottoms of the barrels are usually toasted separately and then assembled.

The toasting of the tops and bottoms is very important to get a uniform aromatic discarge from the whole barrel. Six narrowly spaced hoops made of top quality galvanised and phosphorated iron complete the construction of the barrels. Internal and external planing and sand-papering, which makes cleaning easier and makes the barrels look splendid, give the finishing touches.

Standard accessories:
• Silicon stopper for upper hole
• Square wooden support

Barrels can be fitted with special accessories and a natural transpirable varnish which protects them from humidity can be applied on request.
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Garbellotto Oak "Amphora"
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Garbellotto Oak "Amphora" Image
These beautiful vessels are another example of Garbellotto’s workmanship and commitment to unique styles of vessels.
Garbellotto were founded in 1775 and for more than two centuries have been making barrels and large format oak vessels, successfully supplying wine cellars around the world.
They use their centuries of experience to manufacture perfectly constructed barrels from the best quality woods.
They produce oak vessels with an overall capacity of 40,000 hl every year, in their production site that covers a total area of 60,340 square meters, of which 14,137 indoors, and a total of 70 employees.
The production ranges from barrels of 7 to 550 litres, large barrels from 10 to 400 hl and vats from 10 to 2,000 hl.
We also offer several options which can be added on to the vat as required,
If you require any further information please do not hesitate to contact us.
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Filtration
Della Toffola Cross-flow Filtration - Ceramic Membrane -
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Della Toffola Cross-flow Filtration - Ceramic Membrane -  Image
Already widely adopted during traditional filtration due to their strength, durability, reliability, and sanitisation capacity, ceramic membranes are now being increasingly applied in lees separating filters as well. This CKFK Series high solids cross-flow filter is equipped with 6mm channels as opposed to traditional 2mm which allow the flow of higher solids material. This is supported by 2-brush strainers - one, a nylon vacuum head at the top of the membranes which sweeps away fibers and the other, a traditional centrifugal brush on the inlet to also remove solids and aid flow rates.

As margins get tighter, the need to filter these types of products is increasing. The Della Toffola filter models are the only ones capable of achieving a final concentration of more than 90%. CFKF Series filters are designed and constructed to efficiently process lees from grape must, cider and flotation caps. In particular regard to winemaking, they permit the filtration of:
- Grape lees after fermentation
- Grape lees after clarification
- Clarified wines
- Non-clarified wines

The use of ceramic membranes overcomes practically every difficulty that arises during lees filtration, while constantly ensuring unequalled product recovery.

Click here for our WBM Magazine article on filtration
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Accessories
Socma - Turbopigeur
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Socma - Turbopigeur Image
- Efficient way to pump over without needing full supervision
- Sophisticated flooding action which simulates a punch down
- Thorough but gentle, with low impact fountain action
- Spins without pumping
- Easily cleanable
- Half the labor of pump overs
- Impossible to pump over the wrong tank

Technical information:
- 1 metre extension – allowing the Turbopigeur to be used for thicker caps and different tank sizes
- Speed variator – with reversible frequency giving complete flexibility
- Timer as standard
- Double half elbow – enabling a split direction of spray up to 6 metres

Check out the video here on YouTube
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Socma - Turbopigeur,
Red Vinification Plunger
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Immersion paddle system for producing top-quality wines without an additional rotary drive!

The lifting cylinder is powered by compressed air. During the immersion movement, the moving blades of the paddle push down on the must and immerse part of the pomace in a horizontal position. During the upwards emerging movement, the paddles tilt to 45°, so that the lateral pressure from the pomace automatically rotates the paddle a little further, causing it to emerge in a different location (the paddle is "screwed" upwards through the pomace). This means that the pomace is always submerged in a different position. This process is based on traditional must fermentation - the old practice of breaking up/submerging/stirring the must manually with a paddle. The rotation corresponds to the displacement of the masher. The rotary movement allows the surfaces of the paddle to be kept small, without having an effect on the quality of the must treatment. Consequently, less force is required to submerge the paddle. The electro-pneumatic control unit can adapt interval and pause times to current requirements on an individual basis.
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LIVERANI - Must/Liquid Pumps
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Flexible impeller pump used for the transfer and recirculation of must, juice or wine.

Benefits:
- Wide range of models with varying outputs available
- Self-priming (automatic priming of the product up to 6 m even from dry start-up).
- Reversible operation (the pump can operate in both rotation directions, which permits return of
excess liquid without any manual intervention, and also allows easy emptyng on completion of liquid
transfer).
- Excellent priming action even at a low revolutions, which allows the transfer of soft and fragile fluids with viscosities up to 50.000 cp, or with solid particles in suspension, without causing air-locking, avoiding emulsifying or damaging particles.
- Smooth steady pumping action of the product without pressure spikes (even flow rate ideal for filling, dosing or filtration).
- The pump can work in all mounting positions.
- Stainless steel trolley and pump casing.
- Silicon impeller with indent design allows liquid to circulate around each end of the impeller – aids
lubrication and cooling, reducing wear and overheating.
- Drive shaft moulded in one piece with the impeller, reducing the possibility of impeller wear.
- Easy access to the impeller by simply removing the front cover plate, this aids ease of cleaning
- Single and three phase units available.
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Amphorae
Artenova Terracotta Amphora
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Artenova amphorae are all handcrafted from Tuscan clay. The benefits of the amphorae are that, unlike wooden barrels, terracotta has no flavour of its own so imparts nothing to the wine. It does though, like oak, have the advantage of offering some form of micro-porosity enabling the wine to breathe. These units also come with stainless steel lids so post-fermentation they can also be used as a secure storage vessel. Since the days of Ancient Greece man has used clay vessels for storing wine. Terracotta amphorae, arriving with the Greeks and widely distributed in Italy by the Etruscans, were the first true containers for fermented grape juice. The extraordinary thermal insulation capacity of Terracotta is that which forms the natural pathway closely linking it to wine, and the clay from Impruneta, with its distinctive and now famous chemical and physical characteristics, allows for the perfect storage of wine. The amphorae have been endowed with special airtight caps enabling the complete isolation of the wine from oxygen.

The inner lining of the amphorae, made from natural elements such as beeswax, forms a barrier preventing the loss of wine to the outside. Today we aim to revive what has been one of the oldest techniques for storing wine in human history, to give birth to a new harmonious balance between wine and nature. Artenova has decided to further investigate this interesting experimentation of the possibilities connecting the Terracotta of Impruneta and wine, by putting into production a series of handmade vessels crafted in the traditional way but at the same time designed for professional use through the advice of various experts.

Available in 200, 500 or 800 litre sizes
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Garbellotto Oak "Amphora"
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Garbellotto Oak "Amphora" Image
These beautiful vessels are another example of Garbellotto’s workmanship and commitment to unique styles of vessels.
Garbellotto were founded in 1775 and for more than two centuries have been making barrels and large format oak vessels, successfully supplying wine cellars around the world.
They use their centuries of experience to manufacture perfectly constructed barrels from the best quality woods.
They produce oak vessels with an overall capacity of 40,000 hl every year, in their production site that covers a total area of 60,340 square meters, of which 14,137 indoors, and a total of 70 employees.
The production ranges from barrels of 7 to 550 litres, large barrels from 10 to 400 hl and vats from 10 to 2,000 hl.
We also offer several options which can be added on to the vat as required,
If you require any further information please do not hesitate to contact us.
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Tanks
Stainless Steel Tanks
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Various stainless steel tanks for all wine making capacities.

All our tanks can be built to specification on request:

* TANK PNEUMATIC SYSTEM
Tank pneumatic system rounded with welded stands, wine taster, inbox level, kit pneumatic floating covers and rectangular door.

* TANK STORAGE SYSTEM
Tank storage system rounded with welded stands, wine taster, inbox level, lid on top diameter 400 and rectangular door.

* TANK PNEUMATIC SYSTEM WITH COOLING JACKET
Tank pneumatic system rounded with welded stands, wine taster, inbox level, kit pneumatic floating covers, cooling jacket and rectangular door.

* TANK STORAGE SYSTEM WITH COOLING JACKET
Tank storage system rounded with welded stands, wine taster, inbox level, lid on top diameter 400, cooling jacket and rectangular door.

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Distilling
CARL Stills
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The name CARL stands for the world-renowned custom-fabricator of artisan distilling, mashing and
brewing equipment, working in copper and stainless steel. These exceptional 'instruments' are chosen over and over again for their beauty, precision, longevity and patented features like the 'aroma plates' in the enrichment column. The painstaking construction, brilliant hand-craftsmanship and only the best material and components found in each and every CARL Distillery allow the artisan distiller complete freedom of expression. Superb pieces of industrial design in their own right, CARL Distilleries offer lasting beauty, incomparable responsiveness, outstanding investment value, and a pride of ownership unique to CARL.
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Barison Distillation
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Barison Industry is an Italian brand operating worldwide thanks to its long experience and constant growth since its foundation in 1965 under the name of its founder “Barison Angelo”. The initial area of operation has been in the production of stainless steel tanks for the food and chemical industry. Later on the company ventured into the area of design and production of alcohol distilling plants and was recognized not only for manufacturing high quality equipment, but for its technical consulting and design services as well as for a superior customer service.

CONTINUOUS DISTILLATION PLANTS
Continuous plants for the distillation of wine, musts, wine dregs, fruit purées, and fermented substances such as water-sugar liquors, grains or potatoes and alcoholic liquids in general for the production of distillates and alcohols with well- defined analytical values.

DISCONTINUOUS DISTILLATION PLANTS
Discontinuous plants for the distillation of wine, musts, wine dregs, fruit purées, and fermented substances such as water-sugar liquors, grains or potatoes and alcoholic liquids in general for the production of small and medium quantities of distillates with a highly aromatic profile equipped with integrated raw material heating system.

TRADITIONAL ALEMBICS
Traditional alembics suitable to produce distillates, like for example cognac or Peruvian pisco, which require this traditional distillation system.

COOLING AND FILTRATION SYSTEMS
Continuous and discontinuous cooling and filtration systems for both the final distillate and the phlegm to separate amylic oils.

INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION
Process automation, designed and tested especially for the alcohol distillation industry using a software to facilitate management of the process from raw material loading to final product storage, allowing an accurate monitoring of alcohol content through all the phases.

ACCESSORIES
Supply and installation of loading and unloading accessories for distillation plants, for example hoppers, screw feeders and pumps.
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Sorting
Grape Sorting and Washing Lines - Della Toffola
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The new grape sorting lines are used to facilitate the manual grape sorting process required before the grapes are crushed or pressed: this has become increasingly necessary and important to companies seeking to achieve the best quality for their wines.

These lines are particularly suitable for:
- automatically spreading and levelling the grapes on a at surface to make it quicker and
easier for operators on either side of the line to complete the manual sorting process;
- manually separating the mass of grapes from leaves, branches, bunches containing
grapes that are damaged or show signs of anthracnose, stalks, etc.
The sorting lines are modular, with a great variety of devices to choose from to suit different needs, e.g
- grape washing and drying tunnels
- vibrating dosing units
- sorting benches with PVC conveyor belts
- stainless steel vibrating sorting benches
- elevator belts
- grape destemmers - crushers
- roller crushers
- mohno or peristaltic pumps
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Presses & Accessories
Central Membrane Air Bag - Della Toffola
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Unlike other types of presses, the membrane in Della Toffola's models is mounted on the drum axis and presses on its entire inside surface when inflated, not just half of it, thus doubling the dejuicing surface.
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CEP - Sirio Presses
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Sirio is an automatic-vertical oleodymanic press designed for extracting must of high quality, either from delicate white grapes or from red grape pomace. The broad grinded piston rod made in premium steel, the cage equipped with lever enclosure, the frame mounted on rotating wheels, the extractible trolley on wheels, the must collection tank made entirely in stainless steel on ALL models create simple, traditional and unique pressing work.
Options for all Sirio models:
- pressing plate coated in stainless steel AISI 304
- double oleodymanic pump for fast approach
- press shifting handles
- trolley centering plates in stainless steel AISI 304
- nylon drainage discs
- fabric filter bags
- polycarbonate cage covers
- come in a range of sizes - from 270 litres up to 5400 litres
- most models can also be used for making cider
See video of the Sirio 80 in action
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Bottling
S/A Pneumatic Capping Machine TSP-2002
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S/A pneumatic capping machine is simple to use. Born as a bench or laboratory capping machine, TSP-2002 is able to produce, thanks to one operator, approx up to 1000 b/h.
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S/A Pneumatic Capping Machine TSP-2002,
S/A Pneumatic Capping Machine TSP-2002-D
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S/A Pneumatic Capping Machine TSP-2002-D Image
S/A pneumatic capping machine with safety door protection is simple to use. Born as a bench or laboratory capping machine, TSP-2002-D is able to produce, thanks to one operator, approx up to 800 b/h.
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S/A Pneumatic Capping Machine TSP-2002-D,
S/A Mechanical Capping Machine TSM-2005
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S/A mechanical capping machine with descending capping head - simple to use. Born as a bench or laboratory capping machine, TSM-2005 is able to produce, thanks to one operator, approx up to 1000 b/h.
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S/A Mechanical Capping Machine TSM-2005,
TEM - Fillers
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The "B" Series filling machines are made entirely of AISI 304 stainless steel with tall or low frame, with mechanical float or electric level gauge in the tall models. They can be supplied complete with pump with bypass, cartridges for microfiltration and saturator. The tall models have a provision for filling the filter of the Jolly series. All models are fitted with height-adjustable bottle rest tray and the new spout enable accurate and fast adjustment of the level in the bottle.
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TEM - Fillers,
Framax - ModulBlock
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ModulBlock range of machines feature the possibility to supply tailor-made wine making solutions, enabling to combine rinsing, filling and closing technologies in one machine.

The virtually unlimited combinations allows the possibility to deliver to our customers a solution that will cater specifically for their bottling needs, enabling to process various types of containers and closures under one roof.

Perfect synchronism is obtained from one single machine drive having gear transmission or as an option through the use of brushless servo drives controlled electronically by the machine’s PLC.
The machine’s quality and long life is guaranteed by the use of a strongly a built structure and choice of high quality parts and components, such as AISI 304 stainless steel as well as food grade self lubricating plastic materials. On request and depending on the characteristics of the products to be processed the machine can be built using other types of stainless steel such as AISI 316, AISI 316L.
The typical configuration of the ModulBlock is composed of the 3 basic turrets for rinsing, filling and capping, however, the machine can be integrated with other functionalities through dedicated turrets for air evacuation and inert gas saturation of the bottles prior to filling, other capping units for processing different closures, wire-hood application modules, labeling stations, capsule application groups and more.

The machine’s basement design is available in either the standard flat surface or the optional inclined washable or baseless type for easy cleaning and access. The ModulBlock is available to suit the packaging of a wide range of products such as mineral water, carbonated soft drinks, wine, beer, edible oils, mixed alcoholic beverages, liqueurs, fruit juices, sauces etc, into traditional or modern packaging such as bottles made of PET, Pen, Glass, HDPE, Aluminium.
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Eggs
Ceramic Egg - Magnum 675
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Ceramic Egg - Magnum 675 Image
For nearly 8000 years Georgians have been using ceramic vessels (Qvevri) for wine making. These wines are famous for their stability and exceptional taste, largely achieved without the use of chemicals or preservatives. In contrast to the scientific approach of Western winemakers, the Georgian tradition relies more on intuition and "feel" applied in context to their ancient knowledge, so enhancing a consumer perception of "authenticity" and justly positioning Georgian wines at the high end of the market.

In the West, wine makers are constantly being challenged by wine lovers to provide greater quality and choice and thankfully, though often highly competitive, the industry is flourishing upon a common platform, both perceived and real; "In pursuit of excellence." Consequently the need for innovation and new technology is a reality, with winemakers driven to achieve a competitive advantage and ever more intimate relationships with consumers. Enter the Magnum 675, inspired by Natural Selection Theory and made by master craftsman, Phillip Sedgman; a profound nexus of the old world and the new and a compelling opportunity to consolidate and create new customer relationships.
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Destemmers/Crushers
Armbruster - Rotovib
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Armbruster - Rotovib Image
The ARMBRUSTER destemmer/crusher is very gentle on the grapes - A specially shaped, slow-rotating pin shaft ensures optimum distribution of the grapes in the destemming cylinder, reduces
suspended solids content, and increases output and performance. The Roto 10 and Roto 20 stand for top-quality design, workmanship and material and use of high-grade stainless steel or wear-free plastics guarantees long service life. * Click here for video *
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Socma - The Cube
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The Vibrating Destemmer - 
"THE CUBE"

The system is completely unique to the market. It achieves the most gentle destemming of the harvest, taking the berries from the stems with the least damage to the composition of the grapes.
The machine is made up out of flexible destemming fingers which form a vertical passage for the bunches. These flexible fingers with the help of the vibration, detach the berries from the stalks and both fall onto the vibrating table with the adjustable screen. The green matter is separated by the conveyor of the Viniclean, and the berries are recovered without the unwanted MOG.


Its Advantages :
More consideration for the matter that stands in the way of good winemaking. 
Greater simplicity which limits the risk of break downs. 
A smaller size which allows better integration in the grape intake. 
Easier to clean to reduce water use and labour.
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Socma - The Cube,
Armbruster Rollersorter
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Armbruster Rollersorter Image
* Rollersorter to remove jacks, stems and leaves
* For hand-picked and mechanically harvested grapes
* Simple operation, Maintenance-free
* Rollers easily removable for cleaning
* Hole sizes can be varied by the insertion of different spacing panels - 3 positions available:
14mm / 19mm / 24mm resp. 19mm / 24mm / 29mm Motor driven
* Extendable in 2 positions plus cleaning position
* Available as a single unit resp. to retrofit in your existing grape reception.
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Tanks
Stainless Steel Tanks
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Stainless Steel Tanks Image
Various stainless steel tanks for all wine making capacities.

All our tanks can be built to specification on request:

* TANK PNEUMATIC SYSTEM
Tank pneumatic system rounded with welded stands, wine taster, inbox level, kit pneumatic floating covers and rectangular door.

* TANK STORAGE SYSTEM
Tank storage system rounded with welded stands, wine taster, inbox level, lid on top diameter 400 and rectangular door.

* TANK PNEUMATIC SYSTEM WITH COOLING JACKET
Tank pneumatic system rounded with welded stands, wine taster, inbox level, kit pneumatic floating covers, cooling jacket and rectangular door.

* TANK STORAGE SYSTEM WITH COOLING JACKET
Tank storage system rounded with welded stands, wine taster, inbox level, lid on top diameter 400, cooling jacket and rectangular door.

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Stainless Steel Tanks,
Cider Making
Della Toffola - Central Membrane Air Bag Presses
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Della Toffola - Central Membrane Air Bag Presses  Image
With its membrane positioned centrally, the whole cylindrical surface of a Della Toffola press is available for the screen which effectively doubles the screen surface area, enabling quicker separation and greater clean free-run juice. This results in quicker expression of the remaining juice, under more gentle pressure from the inflating membrane and with less cake-breaking phases. There is less damage to the skins during pressing, with lower polyphenol levels and fewer solids in suspension, resulting in better retention of flavor, less browning and quicker cold settling. A further benefit is the shorter press cycle time, increasing productivity especially during the peak harvest period.
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Della Toffola - Central Membrane Air Bag Presses ,
CEP - Sirio Presses
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CEP - Sirio Presses Image
Options for all Sirio models:
- pressing plate coated in stainless steel AISI 304
- double oleodymanic pump for fast approach
- press shifting handles
- trolley centering plates in stainless steel AISI 304
- nylon drainage discs
- fabric filter bags
- polycarbonate cage covers
- come in a range of sizes - from 270 litres up to 5400 litres
See video of the Sirio 80 in action
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Apple Crusher
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Apple Crusher Image
- Made of steel.
- Knives and other parts coming into contact with the fruit are made of stainless steel.
- Painted aluminium hopper.
- Fitted on wheels.
- 1.5 HP single-phase electric motor.
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Apple Crusher,
De-Stoning & Mashing Units
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De-Stoning & Mashing Units Image
Quality European stone removal and mashing machines for juicing, crushing, vinegar or other products.
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De-Stoning & Mashing Units,
Fruit processing lines
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Fruit processing lines Image
Proven fruit processing lines including tanks, juice collection, pasteurisation and much more.
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Fruit processing lines,
Oak
EKINSA barrel washing systems  Image
EKINSA barrel washing systems
European-made barrel washing systems available with various capacities. With easy-to-use automatic and manual options to choose from, these barrel washers all come with the superior structural integrity you'd expect from a quality manufacturer.
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Garbellotto Experience® Image
Garbellotto Experience®
Experience® is the latest creation by Garbellotto, and the result of combining their experience and the observations from the expert winemaker Roberto Cipresso, during his research in the experimental Winecircus cellars.

The name is given by the dual meaning of the term “experience”, as a recollection of past actions and also the exploration of new ideas. The aim pursued by the project is to offer the company an instrument able to interpret the changes that occur in time in the vine, using adequate winemaking strategies, and therefore able to provide the market with an expert answer. For that to happen, it is essential that the careful observation and understanding of the properties of the raw materials goes hand in hand with agile and practical experimentation, without stealing time and space form the primary winemaking processes.

It has a capacity of 1,000 litres, so that winemakers who traditionally use wooden barrels for fermenting can get used to it gradually, and, at the same time, those who normally use barriques have a more practical instrument that guarantees the same oenological result.
The truncated cone shape, designed so that the height is no higher than 100 cm and is less than the width, has an effect on the floating force contemplated by Archimedes’ principle, blocking the thrust upwards of the cap. The cap remains immersed aided by the welded grid to a threaded bar at the centre of the base, so that the majority of the fulling process is eliminated. The top is made from mirror polished AISI 18/10 stainless steel, with handles to open it and a central hole for filling up.
During fermentation, this top can be completely removed to enable more practical processing with an opening of 120 cm.

Experience® also has steel supports so that forklift trucks and transpallets can be used, for easy handling and lifting. These supports are firmly fixed to the wooden structure, so that the automatic tipping system can be used to empty the container directly into the press. There is an additional accessory formed of a cushion made from food-use plastic which is filled with water, meaning that Experience® can also be used as a press.

It is constructed using slats and quarter chaff of 55 mm, available in the best quality oak from the most valuable European forests in Slavonia and France, which is naturally seasoned outside for at least eight months per each centimetre of thickness. On request other types of precious wood are available.

External measurements of Experience ® da 1,000 l:
lat length: 100 cm
Maximum diameter: 130 cm
Thickness of working wood: 55 mm for slats and bottoms.

On request, Experience® can be made larger.
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Round and Oval Casks - Garbellotto Image
Round and Oval Casks - Garbellotto
We can custom build casks from 10 to 300 hl and over, both round and oval in standard size or in sizes specifically requested by our clients.

Made in Italy by some of the finest materials, these casks are curved using direct fire unless otherwise requested by our clients and then we carry out (on request) a special delicate toasting to sweeten the bouquet. Both the fire curving and the toasting are done at controlled temperature and humidity levels to obtain the best, tested and constant aromatic result.

The staves are curved evenly from end to end, without weakening them at the belly which would facilitate the curving. This ensures the thickness of the stave is the same all along.
This curving technique allows us to make casks that are more solid because most of the force is on the belly longer lasting as wine containers because there is more wood and so more aromatic substances are given to the wine that can be regenerated by taking away 5-8mm of thickness to renew the discarge. The only way to guarantee the perfect holding power of both ends of the cask is by bending them with a double arch so they resemble sections of a large sphere. This double curving is needed for the 15 hl casks and over because otherwise the ends would deform causing warping and irreparable leakage. This system also avoids having to make useless supports like the costly crossbars typical of techniques which have been surpassed.

All the casks then go through a double strict control procedure, first with steam then with water to check the exact capacity and ensure they are perfectly watertight. The finishing touches include internal and external planing followed by external sand-papering. Considering the long period the casks have to stay in the cellars, which are damp and septic places, the wood, without appropriate protection, would be an easy target for germs which could cause moulding and rotting etc. It is therefore essential that the wood is coated with a protective varnish that does not limit the transpiration of the pores and at the same time protects the wood against micro-organisms. We therefore apply a special natural transpirable varnish to our casks which protects them from moulding, then a red strip is painted around the end of the staves so the wood is protected at its most delicate point, i.e. where the fibres are interrupted and uncovered.

Standard accessories:
• A small wooden door at the front end made out of one prestigious central stave.
• Stainless steel valve fixed to the door with a choice of attachments and sizes.
• Stainless steel wine-tasting spoon fixed to the centre of the front end.
• Tannic or resinous wooden support resistant to humidity.
• Glass or silicone stopper for upper hole.
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550, 750 AND 1000 LITRE SMALL CASKS
These are the fruit of our collaborators in order to rationalise the use of the normal “tonneaux“ in wine cellars. They combine the convenience of the large casks with the refining speed of 5-700 litre barrels. They join the simple and effective building technique of the common tonneaux together with the more convenient accessories of the large casks like the small door, the valves etc. this facilitates use and cleaning because they do not need to be moved.

They are built with two types of staves: split or sawn in quarters of 40-45 mm with bottoms sawn in quarters of 55 mm. The staves are curved with direct fire using pieces of seasoned oak to avoid aromatic interference. They are then toasted in conditions of controlled humi- dity levels, slowly and delicately to ensure the maximum aromatic efflux from the wood. Toasting can be light, medium, medium-strong and strong. The narrowly-spaced hooping with top quality galvanised phosphorated iron complete the building of the barrels. Internal and external planning and sand-papering give the finishing touches and make them easy to clean and splendid to see. A special natural transpirable varnish may be applied on request, which protects the barrel from excessive humidity.

Standard accessories:
• A small wooden door (on request make from one prestigious central stave at the front end).
• Stainless steel valve fixed to the door with a choice of attachments and sizes.
• Stainless steel wine-tasting spoon fixed to the centre of front end. Tannic or resinous wooden support resistant to humidity.
• Silicone stopper for upper hole.

On request:
• Stainless steel AISI 304 Front Door.
• Stainless steel AISI 316 Lupper Closing door.
• Stainless steel AISI 304 Discharging unit.
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550, 750 AND 1000 LITRE SMALL CASKS,
CONICAL TRUNK VATS Image
CONICAL TRUNK VATS
We can make conical trunk vats from 10 to 200 hl. and on request up to 600 hl.+ for wine-making, storing, refining, distilling, vinegar or other uses. We give a slight curving using direct fire to the vats, technically called “bombè“ so the hoops are always perfectly watertight thus avoiding the long-term sagging of the stave. On request we can also toast the vats at controlled temperature and humidity levels. The narrowly spaced hooping with top quality galvanised phosphorated iron complete the building on the vats. All the vats go through two strict control procedures, the first with steam then with water to verify the exact capacity and perfect hold.

Internal and external planning sand-papering and the application of a special natural transparent, transpirable varnish on the wood and the red strip painted around the end of the upper stave give the finishing touches. Finally the relative accessories are installed depending on whether the vat is used for fermentation, storing or industrial usage.

In recent years we have had a notable increase in the request for vats for fermentation because the convenient stainless steel accessories can be used either for the fermentation or for the refining and storing of the wines. During fermentation, the anti-oxidising effect of the tannin combined with the micro-oxygenisation of the wood brings about a more limpid production of wine or grape must with a more stable aroma and colour.

Standard accessories:
• Upper drainage cover in 18/10 AISI 316 stainless steel, diameter from 400 to 1,200 mm, with central hole for filling up or 22 cm diameter high pressure flue and release valve.
• Stainless steel door opening outwards fixed to lower end of stave towards the bottoms of the vat.
• Stainless steel valve for partial drainage and stainless steel pipes for full drainage complete with valve in whatever size or attachment desired.
• Stainless steel sash door as the bottom end for complete and easy drainage of marc.
• Thermal-conditioning pipes with polished stainless steel plate, proportionate to the size of the vat.
• Digital or mechanical thermometer and regulation ladder-rest.
• Suitable 30 cm high wooden supports.

Special accessories on request:
• Asterisk tubes for “delestage”.
• Freestanding supports in stainless steel, 70 cm from
the ground.
• Automatic reassembling or wine-pressing units.

On request we can build simpler and much less costly open vats, either conical trunk or vase-shape, usable only for small amounts at the fermentation stage of wine-making.
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BARRELS AND BARRIQUES
These containers are easier to build than the casks as they have just one curving on the staves. Nevertheless particular attention is needed at both the manufacturing stage and in the choice of wood used. There are always two species of wood but they are taken from the trunk in two different ways: fine-grain split oak for the smaller barriques from 225 up to 350 lt. and 550 to 750 lt. for the larger ones. Both types of wood come from the best forests in Europe, France (Allier, Never, Vosges, etc.) Slavonia, Bosnia and Balkans. Stave curving is carried out with direct fire using pieces of seasoned oak to avoid aromatic interference followed by a slow delicate toasting in conditions of controlled humidity to ensure the maximum aromatic efflux from the wood. Toasting can be light, medium, medium strong and strong. The tops and bottoms of the barrels are usually toasted separately and then assembled.

The toasting of the tops and bottoms is very important to get a uniform aromatic discarge from the whole barrel. Six narrowly spaced hoops made of top quality galvanised and phosphorated iron complete the construction of the barrels. Internal and external planing and sand-papering, which makes cleaning easier and makes the barrels look splendid, give the finishing touches.

Standard accessories:
• Silicon stopper for upper hole
• Square wooden support

Barrels can be fitted with special accessories and a natural transpirable varnish which protects them from humidity can be applied on request.
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Garbellotto Oak "Amphora" Image
Garbellotto Oak "Amphora"
These beautiful vessels are another example of Garbellotto’s workmanship and commitment to unique styles of vessels.
Garbellotto were founded in 1775 and for more than two centuries have been making barrels and large format oak vessels, successfully supplying wine cellars around the world.
They use their centuries of experience to manufacture perfectly constructed barrels from the best quality woods.
They produce oak vessels with an overall capacity of 40,000 hl every year, in their production site that covers a total area of 60,340 square meters, of which 14,137 indoors, and a total of 70 employees.
The production ranges from barrels of 7 to 550 litres, large barrels from 10 to 400 hl and vats from 10 to 2,000 hl.
We also offer several options which can be added on to the vat as required,
If you require any further information please do not hesitate to contact us.
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Filtration
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Della Toffola Cross-flow Filtration - Ceramic Membrane -
Already widely adopted during traditional filtration due to their strength, durability, reliability, and sanitisation capacity, ceramic membranes are now being increasingly applied in lees separating filters as well. This CKFK Series high solids cross-flow filter is equipped with 6mm channels as opposed to traditional 2mm which allow the flow of higher solids material. This is supported by 2-brush strainers - one, a nylon vacuum head at the top of the membranes which sweeps away fibers and the other, a traditional centrifugal brush on the inlet to also remove solids and aid flow rates.

As margins get tighter, the need to filter these types of products is increasing. The Della Toffola filter models are the only ones capable of achieving a final concentration of more than 90%. CFKF Series filters are designed and constructed to efficiently process lees from grape must, cider and flotation caps. In particular regard to winemaking, they permit the filtration of:
- Grape lees after fermentation
- Grape lees after clarification
- Clarified wines
- Non-clarified wines

The use of ceramic membranes overcomes practically every difficulty that arises during lees filtration, while constantly ensuring unequalled product recovery.

Click here for our WBM Magazine article on filtration
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Accessories
Socma - Turbopigeur Image
Socma - Turbopigeur
- Efficient way to pump over without needing full supervision
- Sophisticated flooding action which simulates a punch down
- Thorough but gentle, with low impact fountain action
- Spins without pumping
- Easily cleanable
- Half the labor of pump overs
- Impossible to pump over the wrong tank

Technical information:
- 1 metre extension – allowing the Turbopigeur to be used for thicker caps and different tank sizes
- Speed variator – with reversible frequency giving complete flexibility
- Timer as standard
- Double half elbow – enabling a split direction of spray up to 6 metres

Check out the video here on YouTube
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Red Vinification Plunger  Image
Red Vinification Plunger
Immersion paddle system for producing top-quality wines without an additional rotary drive!

The lifting cylinder is powered by compressed air. During the immersion movement, the moving blades of the paddle push down on the must and immerse part of the pomace in a horizontal position. During the upwards emerging movement, the paddles tilt to 45°, so that the lateral pressure from the pomace automatically rotates the paddle a little further, causing it to emerge in a different location (the paddle is "screwed" upwards through the pomace). This means that the pomace is always submerged in a different position. This process is based on traditional must fermentation - the old practice of breaking up/submerging/stirring the must manually with a paddle. The rotation corresponds to the displacement of the masher. The rotary movement allows the surfaces of the paddle to be kept small, without having an effect on the quality of the must treatment. Consequently, less force is required to submerge the paddle. The electro-pneumatic control unit can adapt interval and pause times to current requirements on an individual basis.
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LIVERANI - Must/Liquid Pumps Image
LIVERANI - Must/Liquid Pumps
Flexible impeller pump used for the transfer and recirculation of must, juice or wine.

Benefits:
- Wide range of models with varying outputs available
- Self-priming (automatic priming of the product up to 6 m even from dry start-up).
- Reversible operation (the pump can operate in both rotation directions, which permits return of
excess liquid without any manual intervention, and also allows easy emptyng on completion of liquid
transfer).
- Excellent priming action even at a low revolutions, which allows the transfer of soft and fragile fluids with viscosities up to 50.000 cp, or with solid particles in suspension, without causing air-locking, avoiding emulsifying or damaging particles.
- Smooth steady pumping action of the product without pressure spikes (even flow rate ideal for filling, dosing or filtration).
- The pump can work in all mounting positions.
- Stainless steel trolley and pump casing.
- Silicon impeller with indent design allows liquid to circulate around each end of the impeller – aids
lubrication and cooling, reducing wear and overheating.
- Drive shaft moulded in one piece with the impeller, reducing the possibility of impeller wear.
- Easy access to the impeller by simply removing the front cover plate, this aids ease of cleaning
- Single and three phase units available.
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Amphorae
Artenova Terracotta Amphora Image
Artenova Terracotta Amphora
Artenova amphorae are all handcrafted from Tuscan clay. The benefits of the amphorae are that, unlike wooden barrels, terracotta has no flavour of its own so imparts nothing to the wine. It does though, like oak, have the advantage of offering some form of micro-porosity enabling the wine to breathe. These units also come with stainless steel lids so post-fermentation they can also be used as a secure storage vessel. Since the days of Ancient Greece man has used clay vessels for storing wine. Terracotta amphorae, arriving with the Greeks and widely distributed in Italy by the Etruscans, were the first true containers for fermented grape juice. The extraordinary thermal insulation capacity of Terracotta is that which forms the natural pathway closely linking it to wine, and the clay from Impruneta, with its distinctive and now famous chemical and physical characteristics, allows for the perfect storage of wine. The amphorae have been endowed with special airtight caps enabling the complete isolation of the wine from oxygen.

The inner lining of the amphorae, made from natural elements such as beeswax, forms a barrier preventing the loss of wine to the outside. Today we aim to revive what has been one of the oldest techniques for storing wine in human history, to give birth to a new harmonious balance between wine and nature. Artenova has decided to further investigate this interesting experimentation of the possibilities connecting the Terracotta of Impruneta and wine, by putting into production a series of handmade vessels crafted in the traditional way but at the same time designed for professional use through the advice of various experts.

Available in 200, 500 or 800 litre sizes
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Garbellotto Oak "Amphora" Image
Garbellotto Oak "Amphora"
These beautiful vessels are another example of Garbellotto’s workmanship and commitment to unique styles of vessels.
Garbellotto were founded in 1775 and for more than two centuries have been making barrels and large format oak vessels, successfully supplying wine cellars around the world.
They use their centuries of experience to manufacture perfectly constructed barrels from the best quality woods.
They produce oak vessels with an overall capacity of 40,000 hl every year, in their production site that covers a total area of 60,340 square meters, of which 14,137 indoors, and a total of 70 employees.
The production ranges from barrels of 7 to 550 litres, large barrels from 10 to 400 hl and vats from 10 to 2,000 hl.
We also offer several options which can be added on to the vat as required,
If you require any further information please do not hesitate to contact us.
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Tanks
Stainless Steel Tanks Image
Stainless Steel Tanks
Various stainless steel tanks for all wine making capacities.

All our tanks can be built to specification on request:

* TANK PNEUMATIC SYSTEM
Tank pneumatic system rounded with welded stands, wine taster, inbox level, kit pneumatic floating covers and rectangular door.

* TANK STORAGE SYSTEM
Tank storage system rounded with welded stands, wine taster, inbox level, lid on top diameter 400 and rectangular door.

* TANK PNEUMATIC SYSTEM WITH COOLING JACKET
Tank pneumatic system rounded with welded stands, wine taster, inbox level, kit pneumatic floating covers, cooling jacket and rectangular door.

* TANK STORAGE SYSTEM WITH COOLING JACKET
Tank storage system rounded with welded stands, wine taster, inbox level, lid on top diameter 400, cooling jacket and rectangular door.

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Distilling
CARL Stills Image
CARL Stills
The name CARL stands for the world-renowned custom-fabricator of artisan distilling, mashing and
brewing equipment, working in copper and stainless steel. These exceptional 'instruments' are chosen over and over again for their beauty, precision, longevity and patented features like the 'aroma plates' in the enrichment column. The painstaking construction, brilliant hand-craftsmanship and only the best material and components found in each and every CARL Distillery allow the artisan distiller complete freedom of expression. Superb pieces of industrial design in their own right, CARL Distilleries offer lasting beauty, incomparable responsiveness, outstanding investment value, and a pride of ownership unique to CARL.
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Barison Distillation Image
Barison Distillation
Barison Industry is an Italian brand operating worldwide thanks to its long experience and constant growth since its foundation in 1965 under the name of its founder “Barison Angelo”. The initial area of operation has been in the production of stainless steel tanks for the food and chemical industry. Later on the company ventured into the area of design and production of alcohol distilling plants and was recognized not only for manufacturing high quality equipment, but for its technical consulting and design services as well as for a superior customer service.

CONTINUOUS DISTILLATION PLANTS
Continuous plants for the distillation of wine, musts, wine dregs, fruit purées, and fermented substances such as water-sugar liquors, grains or potatoes and alcoholic liquids in general for the production of distillates and alcohols with well- defined analytical values.

DISCONTINUOUS DISTILLATION PLANTS
Discontinuous plants for the distillation of wine, musts, wine dregs, fruit purées, and fermented substances such as water-sugar liquors, grains or potatoes and alcoholic liquids in general for the production of small and medium quantities of distillates with a highly aromatic profile equipped with integrated raw material heating system.

TRADITIONAL ALEMBICS
Traditional alembics suitable to produce distillates, like for example cognac or Peruvian pisco, which require this traditional distillation system.

COOLING AND FILTRATION SYSTEMS
Continuous and discontinuous cooling and filtration systems for both the final distillate and the phlegm to separate amylic oils.

INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION
Process automation, designed and tested especially for the alcohol distillation industry using a software to facilitate management of the process from raw material loading to final product storage, allowing an accurate monitoring of alcohol content through all the phases.

ACCESSORIES
Supply and installation of loading and unloading accessories for distillation plants, for example hoppers, screw feeders and pumps.
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Barison Distillation,
Sorting
Grape Sorting and Washing Lines - Della Toffola Image
Grape Sorting and Washing Lines - Della Toffola
The new grape sorting lines are used to facilitate the manual grape sorting process required before the grapes are crushed or pressed: this has become increasingly necessary and important to companies seeking to achieve the best quality for their wines.

These lines are particularly suitable for:
- automatically spreading and levelling the grapes on a at surface to make it quicker and
easier for operators on either side of the line to complete the manual sorting process;
- manually separating the mass of grapes from leaves, branches, bunches containing
grapes that are damaged or show signs of anthracnose, stalks, etc.
The sorting lines are modular, with a great variety of devices to choose from to suit different needs, e.g
- grape washing and drying tunnels
- vibrating dosing units
- sorting benches with PVC conveyor belts
- stainless steel vibrating sorting benches
- elevator belts
- grape destemmers - crushers
- roller crushers
- mohno or peristaltic pumps
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Grape Sorting and Washing Lines - Della Toffola,
Presses & Accessories
Central Membrane Air Bag - Della Toffola  Image
Central Membrane Air Bag - Della Toffola
Unlike other types of presses, the membrane in Della Toffola's models is mounted on the drum axis and presses on its entire inside surface when inflated, not just half of it, thus doubling the dejuicing surface.
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Central Membrane Air Bag - Della Toffola ,
CEP - Sirio Presses Image
CEP - Sirio Presses
Sirio is an automatic-vertical oleodymanic press designed for extracting must of high quality, either from delicate white grapes or from red grape pomace. The broad grinded piston rod made in premium steel, the cage equipped with lever enclosure, the frame mounted on rotating wheels, the extractible trolley on wheels, the must collection tank made entirely in stainless steel on ALL models create simple, traditional and unique pressing work.
Options for all Sirio models:
- pressing plate coated in stainless steel AISI 304
- double oleodymanic pump for fast approach
- press shifting handles
- trolley centering plates in stainless steel AISI 304
- nylon drainage discs
- fabric filter bags
- polycarbonate cage covers
- come in a range of sizes - from 270 litres up to 5400 litres
- most models can also be used for making cider
See video of the Sirio 80 in action
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CEP - Sirio Presses,
Bottling
S/A Pneumatic Capping Machine TSP-2002 Image
S/A Pneumatic Capping Machine TSP-2002
S/A pneumatic capping machine is simple to use. Born as a bench or laboratory capping machine, TSP-2002 is able to produce, thanks to one operator, approx up to 1000 b/h.
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S/A Pneumatic Capping Machine TSP-2002,
S/A Pneumatic Capping Machine TSP-2002-D Image
S/A Pneumatic Capping Machine TSP-2002-D
S/A pneumatic capping machine with safety door protection is simple to use. Born as a bench or laboratory capping machine, TSP-2002-D is able to produce, thanks to one operator, approx up to 800 b/h.
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S/A Pneumatic Capping Machine TSP-2002-D,
S/A Mechanical Capping Machine TSM-2005 Image
S/A Mechanical Capping Machine TSM-2005
S/A mechanical capping machine with descending capping head - simple to use. Born as a bench or laboratory capping machine, TSM-2005 is able to produce, thanks to one operator, approx up to 1000 b/h.
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S/A Mechanical Capping Machine TSM-2005,
TEM - Fillers Image
TEM - Fillers
The "B" Series filling machines are made entirely of AISI 304 stainless steel with tall or low frame, with mechanical float or electric level gauge in the tall models. They can be supplied complete with pump with bypass, cartridges for microfiltration and saturator. The tall models have a provision for filling the filter of the Jolly series. All models are fitted with height-adjustable bottle rest tray and the new spout enable accurate and fast adjustment of the level in the bottle.
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TEM - Fillers,
Framax  - ModulBlock Image
Framax - ModulBlock
ModulBlock range of machines feature the possibility to supply tailor-made wine making solutions, enabling to combine rinsing, filling and closing technologies in one machine.

The virtually unlimited combinations allows the possibility to deliver to our customers a solution that will cater specifically for their bottling needs, enabling to process various types of containers and closures under one roof.

Perfect synchronism is obtained from one single machine drive having gear transmission or as an option through the use of brushless servo drives controlled electronically by the machine’s PLC.
The machine’s quality and long life is guaranteed by the use of a strongly a built structure and choice of high quality parts and components, such as AISI 304 stainless steel as well as food grade self lubricating plastic materials. On request and depending on the characteristics of the products to be processed the machine can be built using other types of stainless steel such as AISI 316, AISI 316L.
The typical configuration of the ModulBlock is composed of the 3 basic turrets for rinsing, filling and capping, however, the machine can be integrated with other functionalities through dedicated turrets for air evacuation and inert gas saturation of the bottles prior to filling, other capping units for processing different closures, wire-hood application modules, labeling stations, capsule application groups and more.

The machine’s basement design is available in either the standard flat surface or the optional inclined washable or baseless type for easy cleaning and access. The ModulBlock is available to suit the packaging of a wide range of products such as mineral water, carbonated soft drinks, wine, beer, edible oils, mixed alcoholic beverages, liqueurs, fruit juices, sauces etc, into traditional or modern packaging such as bottles made of PET, Pen, Glass, HDPE, Aluminium.
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Framax - ModulBlock,
Eggs
Ceramic Egg - Magnum 675 Image
Ceramic Egg - Magnum 675
For nearly 8000 years Georgians have been using ceramic vessels (Qvevri) for wine making. These wines are famous for their stability and exceptional taste, largely achieved without the use of chemicals or preservatives. In contrast to the scientific approach of Western winemakers, the Georgian tradition relies more on intuition and "feel" applied in context to their ancient knowledge, so enhancing a consumer perception of "authenticity" and justly positioning Georgian wines at the high end of the market.

In the West, wine makers are constantly being challenged by wine lovers to provide greater quality and choice and thankfully, though often highly competitive, the industry is flourishing upon a common platform, both perceived and real; "In pursuit of excellence." Consequently the need for innovation and new technology is a reality, with winemakers driven to achieve a competitive advantage and ever more intimate relationships with consumers. Enter the Magnum 675, inspired by Natural Selection Theory and made by master craftsman, Phillip Sedgman; a profound nexus of the old world and the new and a compelling opportunity to consolidate and create new customer relationships.
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Ceramic Egg - Magnum 675,
Destemmers/Crushers
Armbruster - Rotovib Image
Armbruster - Rotovib
The ARMBRUSTER destemmer/crusher is very gentle on the grapes - A specially shaped, slow-rotating pin shaft ensures optimum distribution of the grapes in the destemming cylinder, reduces
suspended solids content, and increases output and performance. The Roto 10 and Roto 20 stand for top-quality design, workmanship and material and use of high-grade stainless steel or wear-free plastics guarantees long service life. * Click here for video *
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Armbruster - Rotovib,
Socma - The Cube Image
Socma - The Cube
The Vibrating Destemmer - 
"THE CUBE"

The system is completely unique to the market. It achieves the most gentle destemming of the harvest, taking the berries from the stems with the least damage to the composition of the grapes.
The machine is made up out of flexible destemming fingers which form a vertical passage for the bunches. These flexible fingers with the help of the vibration, detach the berries from the stalks and both fall onto the vibrating table with the adjustable screen. The green matter is separated by the conveyor of the Viniclean, and the berries are recovered without the unwanted MOG.


Its Advantages :
More consideration for the matter that stands in the way of good winemaking. 
Greater simplicity which limits the risk of break downs. 
A smaller size which allows better integration in the grape intake. 
Easier to clean to reduce water use and labour.
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Socma - The Cube,
Armbruster Rollersorter Image
Armbruster Rollersorter
* Rollersorter to remove jacks, stems and leaves
* For hand-picked and mechanically harvested grapes
* Simple operation, Maintenance-free
* Rollers easily removable for cleaning
* Hole sizes can be varied by the insertion of different spacing panels - 3 positions available:
14mm / 19mm / 24mm resp. 19mm / 24mm / 29mm Motor driven
* Extendable in 2 positions plus cleaning position
* Available as a single unit resp. to retrofit in your existing grape reception.
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Armbruster Rollersorter,
Tanks
Stainless Steel Tanks Image
Stainless Steel Tanks
Various stainless steel tanks for all wine making capacities.

All our tanks can be built to specification on request:

* TANK PNEUMATIC SYSTEM
Tank pneumatic system rounded with welded stands, wine taster, inbox level, kit pneumatic floating covers and rectangular door.

* TANK STORAGE SYSTEM
Tank storage system rounded with welded stands, wine taster, inbox level, lid on top diameter 400 and rectangular door.

* TANK PNEUMATIC SYSTEM WITH COOLING JACKET
Tank pneumatic system rounded with welded stands, wine taster, inbox level, kit pneumatic floating covers, cooling jacket and rectangular door.

* TANK STORAGE SYSTEM WITH COOLING JACKET
Tank storage system rounded with welded stands, wine taster, inbox level, lid on top diameter 400, cooling jacket and rectangular door.

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Stainless Steel Tanks,
Cider Making
Della Toffola - Central Membrane Air Bag Presses  Image
Della Toffola - Central Membrane Air Bag Presses
With its membrane positioned centrally, the whole cylindrical surface of a Della Toffola press is available for the screen which effectively doubles the screen surface area, enabling quicker separation and greater clean free-run juice. This results in quicker expression of the remaining juice, under more gentle pressure from the inflating membrane and with less cake-breaking phases. There is less damage to the skins during pressing, with lower polyphenol levels and fewer solids in suspension, resulting in better retention of flavor, less browning and quicker cold settling. A further benefit is the shorter press cycle time, increasing productivity especially during the peak harvest period.
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Della Toffola - Central Membrane Air Bag Presses ,
CEP - Sirio Presses Image
CEP - Sirio Presses
Options for all Sirio models:
- pressing plate coated in stainless steel AISI 304
- double oleodymanic pump for fast approach
- press shifting handles
- trolley centering plates in stainless steel AISI 304
- nylon drainage discs
- fabric filter bags
- polycarbonate cage covers
- come in a range of sizes - from 270 litres up to 5400 litres
See video of the Sirio 80 in action
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CEP - Sirio Presses,
Apple Crusher Image
Apple Crusher
- Made of steel.
- Knives and other parts coming into contact with the fruit are made of stainless steel.
- Painted aluminium hopper.
- Fitted on wheels.
- 1.5 HP single-phase electric motor.
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Apple Crusher,
De-Stoning & Mashing Units Image
De-Stoning & Mashing Units
Quality European stone removal and mashing machines for juicing, crushing, vinegar or other products.
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De-Stoning & Mashing Units,
Fruit processing lines Image
Fruit processing lines
Proven fruit processing lines including tanks, juice collection, pasteurisation and much more.
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Fruit processing lines,
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