Remote Pulpers

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Remote Waste Pulping System

Somat Remote Pulping Systems offer maximum waste system flexibility. Is your waste source a distance from the centralized disposal area? The Remote Pulper system can be separated Somat Remote Pulperfrom a Hydra-Extractor® by a few feet, across the room or several hundred yards away.

AVAILABLE MODELS

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  • Foodservice waste enters the single or multiple pulpers (up to 15 pulpers on the system), is processed then mixed with water to create a pulpable slurry comprised of approximately 95% liquid and 5% solids.
  • The slurry is pumped through a pipeline to a remotely located Hydra-Extractor.
  • The Hydra-Extractor removes most of the water and the semi-dry pulp is discharged into a container for disposal.
  • The extracted water is recovered and returned to the pulping tank for re-use, offering significant water saving.
  • Reduces waste volume by 8 to 1 (87.5%).
  • Able to pump waste slurry a few feet to several hundred yards and to different floor levels.
  • Processes a wide variety waste types including compostable waste such as food, compostable disposables, cardboard and certain paper types, as well as non-compostable waste including plastics, milk cartons, polystyrene disposables and aluminum foil.
  • Capacity of processing up to 1250 pounds of waste per hour.
  • Available in several sizes and configurations including under dish table and tray feed models.
  • Offers water savings by efficiently reusing extracted water.
  • Available with The Grabber system to remove flatware and other ferrous metals from the pulping process.

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