De-Packaging Machine Specifications

The machine is capable of dealing with packaged food and drinks in all manner of containers. It will enable you to avoid costly disposal fees and provide a far greener route for your company.

Our de-packaging units are designed and built with the user in mind. Installation and commissioning of most of our de-packaging machines normally takes one day. Maintenance is simply a daily clean down, with a check over and grease application each week.

The unit will produce extremely clean animal feed with no plastic inclusion, at a rate of approx. 2 tons per hour.

Specific Uses for the De-Packager

The machine is capable of separating some very demanding items from their packaging. Cucumbers for instance, where the sheath wrapper can be removed completely.

Any Vegetables, with shrink-fit packaging (such as Cucumbers).

PET Packaged items such as Fruit, Mushrooms, Berries, Tomatoes.

Cakes, Biscuits, Clamshell packaged food – all capable of being De-Packaged.

Metal Cans, containing Liquids (such as Soft Drinks, Beer, and all kinds of beverages)

Canned Foods stuffs such as Baked Beans, Soups, everything canned in fact. All capable of being separated from the can.

Crisps and other like wrapped foods can be separated from their wrappers.

Tetra pak / briks and its packaging is one of the easiest products to process due to the way the machine works, the tetra pak / brik comes out of the machine clean and dry, with the contents contained in the tank underneath the machine.

To achieve a clean and efficient separation, recycling of food and packaging, the briks and bottles will need to be separated out of multi packs.. The bottles will not be the P.E.T. type that shatters – the actual size of the bottle does not matter.

The machine runs on a 3 phase electricity supply (380 – 415v), the feed motors runs through an inverter. The cost here is minimal, approx. £1 -£5 per hour. The Super Separator has a 12 month warranty (excluding any damage).

We have sold de-packaging systems to Anaerobic Digestion plants in the North East of England, and we are involved in food de-packaging projects around the world.