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Food Waste Recycling

IMC WastePro II Food Waste Dewaterer (F78/020)

IMC WastePro II Food Waste Dewaterer (F78/020)

IMC WastePro II Food Waste Dewaterer (F78/020)

Price: 4,779.00
(5,734.80 Including VAT at 20%)

Suitable for connection to an IMC food waste disposer of between 1.1kW and 4kW (excluding 500 series and 04X models)

Food waste is processed at source by the food waste disposer which is then discharged to the WastePro. The WastePro separates solids from liquids, discharging the semidry solid waste, reduced in volume by up to 80% into a container. This then leaves the residual liquid waste to flow into the drains.

Capacity: 700kg Disposal per hour (1450 covers)
Electrical loading: 1.9kW 8.3A 230V~
820mm x 452mm x 982mm
Allowance should be made for 150mm at the rear of the unit for services
One year parts and labour warranty

 

IMC WasteStation Macerator and Dewaterer (F79/010)

IMC WasteStation Macerator and Dewaterer (F79/010)

IMC WasteStation Macerator and Dewaterer (F79/010)

Price: 10,502.00
(12,602.40 Including VAT at 20%)


Food waste comprises of up to 80% liquid and can be extremely costly to dispose of. WasteStation grinds the food waste into fine particles, these particles feed directly into the built-in dewatering system. Through centrifugal action, the WasteStation forces out the excess liquid from the macerated waste. This “grey water” is fed directly to drain, the resulting solid fraction of the food waste is collected in small, easily managed, lidded bins, ready for onward processing.

High capture rates improve the quality of the “grey water” going to drain (less suspended solid particles) aiding local water authority approval.

Following each operation the machine undertakes a quick rinse cycle preventing any build up of food.

Range of screen sizes - Giving the option to recover greater waste levels or concentrate on pure volume reduction.

Fully enclosed system - Prevents food entering the unit, keeping the machine clean and free of waste and reducing operational noise.

Self cleaning operation - WasteStation can undertake a thorough clean ensuring the whole system is free of food and grease, vastly reducing the labour time required to operate the machine.

Self emptying – This eliminates the need for staff to empty the auger assembly reducing labour times required to operate the machine.

Visual control panel - Kitchens are a noisy environment, WasteStation incorporates a simple LED display to allow monitoring of the state of the equipment during operation.

Intelligent electronic sensor – Detects when the bin is full

Capacity: 700Kg per hour / 1450 covers
Water consumption: 12 litres per minute
Energy cost: £0.64 (typical per day)
Noise: 62dB (running) / 70dB (in use with raw food)
Electrical loading: 4.1kW 400V 3N~
1000mm x 700mm x 900mm
150mm allowance should be made at the rear for services
One year parts and labour warranty

 

IMC IVC2700 In Vessel Composter

IMC IVC2700 In Vessel Composter

IMC IVC2700 In Vessel Composter

Price: 16,817.00
(20,180.40 Including VAT at 20%)

IMC In Vessel composters enable comercial caterers to eliminate their food waste disposal costs and convert the waste into a valuable resource whilst also caring for the environment in a resposible way. The IVC recycles catering food waste, that has first been macerated and dewatered, into a high quality compost.

By providing the ideal conditions in which microbes can act upon the food waste, IVCs fufil the essential requirements for producing high quality compost. Using an IMC Food Waste Processing Station, food waste is macerated and dewatered before being mixed with compressed sawdust pellets and loaded into the IVC.

IMC’s compact Food Waste Processing Stations comprise the waste macerating and dewatering equipment necessary to pre-treat the waste. The IVC comprises a horizontally aligned drum that is rotated periodically in order to aerate the contents and enable the material to gradually move from one end of the IVC to the other.

It takes approximately 6 to 8 weeks for the material to move along the full length of the drum during which it is converted into compost that discharges automatically from the IVC. The biological process by which the food waste is converted into compost creates heat which is sufficient to destroy any pathogens present thereby enabling all food waste, including raw and cooked meat and fish to be processed.

The IVC uses aerobic conditions to allow the bacteria that are naturally present in food waste to decompose the material. This biological process is facilitated by the provision of 5 key elements:- oxygen and heat, supplied by the IVC, control of the moisture content, supplied by the Dewaterer, the reduction in, and consistency of, waste particle size, supplied by the Food Waste Disposer and the right balance of carbon and nitrogen achieved by the addition of compressed sawdust pellets at the prescribed ratio.

The whole recycling process, including maceration and dewatering, reduces the volume of waste material by over 90% - so one tonne of wet, kitchen food waste is typically converted into between 20kg and 50kg of compost.

Capacity: 300kg per week
2960mm x 1080mm x 1284mm

Please contact us for further information and advice on this item.

 

IMC IVC4100 In Vessel Composter

IMC IVC4100 In Vessel Composter

IMC IVC4100 In Vessel Composter

Price: 19,154.00
(22,984.80 Including VAT at 20%)

IMC In Vessel composters enable comercial caterers to eliminate their food waste disposal costs and convert the waste into a valuable resource whilst also caring for the environment in a resposible way. The IVC recycles catering food waste, that has first been macerated and dewatered, into a high quality compost.

By providing the ideal conditions in which microbes can act upon the food waste, IVCs fufil the essential requirements for producing high quality compost. Using an IMC Food Waste Processing Station, food waste is macerated and dewatered before being mixed with compressed sawdust pellets and loaded into the IVC.

IMC’s compact Food Waste Processing Stations comprise the waste macerating and dewatering equipment necessary to pre-treat the waste. The IVC comprises a horizontally aligned drum that is rotated periodically in order to aerate the contents and enable the material to gradually move from one end of the IVC to the other.

It takes approximately 6 to 8 weeks for the material to move along the full length of the drum during which it is converted into compost that discharges automatically from the IVC. The biological process by which the food waste is converted into compost creates heat which is sufficient to destroy any pathogens present thereby enabling all food waste, including raw and cooked meat and fish to be processed.

The IVC uses aerobic conditions to allow the bacteria that are naturally present in food waste to decompose the material. This biological process is facilitated by the provision of 5 key elements:- oxygen and heat, supplied by the IVC, control of the moisture content, supplied by the Dewaterer, the reduction in, and consistency of, waste particle size, supplied by the Food Waste Disposer and the right balance of carbon and nitrogen achieved by the addition of compressed sawdust pellets at the prescribed ratio.

The whole recycling process, including maceration and dewatering, reduces the volume of waste material by over 90% - so one tonne of wet, kitchen food waste is typically converted into between 20kg and 50kg of compost.

Capacity: 500kg per week
3960mm x 1080mm x 1284mm

Please contact us for further information and advice on this item.

 

IMC IVC7000 In Vessel Composter

IMC IVC7000 In Vessel Composter

IMC IVC7000 In Vessel Composter

Price: 29,218.00
(35,061.60 Including VAT at 20%)

IMC In Vessel composters enable comercial caterers to eliminate their food waste disposal costs and convert the waste into a valuable resource whilst also caring for the environment in a resposible way. The IVC recycles catering food waste, that has first been macerated and dewatered, into a high quality compost.

By providing the ideal conditions in which microbes can act upon the food waste, IVCs fufil the essential requirements for producing high quality compost. Using an IMC Food Waste Processing Station, food waste is macerated and dewatered before being mixed with compressed sawdust pellets and loaded into the IVC.

IMC’s compact Food Waste Processing Stations comprise the waste macerating and dewatering equipment necessary to pre-treat the waste. The IVC comprises a horizontally aligned drum that is rotated periodically in order to aerate the contents and enable the material to gradually move from one end of the IVC to the other.

It takes approximately 6 to 8 weeks for the material to move along the full length of the drum during which it is converted into compost that discharges automatically from the IVC. The biological process by which the food waste is converted into compost creates heat which is sufficient to destroy any pathogens present thereby enabling all food waste, including raw and cooked meat and fish to be processed.

The IVC uses aerobic conditions to allow the bacteria that are naturally present in food waste to decompose the material. This biological process is facilitated by the provision of 5 key elements:- oxygen and heat, supplied by the IVC, control of the moisture content, supplied by the Dewaterer, the reduction in, and consistency of, waste particle size, supplied by the Food Waste Disposer and the right balance of carbon and nitrogen achieved by the addition of compressed sawdust pellets at the prescribed ratio.

The whole recycling process, including maceration and dewatering, reduces the volume of waste material by over 90% - so one tonne of wet, kitchen food waste is typically converted into between 20kg and 50kg of compost.

Capacity: 1000kg per week
4400mm x 1400mm x 1690mm

Please contact us for further information and advice on this item.

 




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