Brush washing machines
Designed for preliminary or final washing of root vegetables (carrots, parsley, parsnips, potatoes, beets, etc.)
Brush fruit washer is designed for washing such products as: fruits, some berries, mushrooms, etc. It is usually used as the second washing stage immediately after water or bubble washing.
Brush drum washer
Vegetables are fed to an inclined loading, from where they fall by gravity into the drum of the device. Vegetables are rinsed with water in a drum, and its rotation causes the raw materials to rub against each other and are thoroughly cleaned. The process is additionally supported by brushes installed in half the working length of the drum. Technical water is purified on an arc sieve or optionally on an arc slotted sieve.
Brush washer for fruits
Brush washing is intended for washing such products as: strawberries, mushrooms, etc. It is used as the second stage of washing immediately after water or bubble washing. The product is evenly fed to the first brushes, which move the product along the wash with rotational movements and clean it thoroughly. Brushes remove all remaining dirt from the washed product. An additional advantage of this machine is the operation of water in a closed cycle. The last nozzles of the sink, with fresh water, constantly replenish it in circulation.