Food Processing

Pascalization – An innovative way of making juice!
By HPP (high pressure processing) it’s possible to make juices, that taste better, contain more nutrients and still are non-perishable for at least one month.
With the Evotainer we offer an hpp-juice-press that can fit into a ship container. Finally there’s a possibility to process ripe fruits directly at the site of cultivation – with no need to harvest immature fruits for shipping offshore via container ships.
Also the local farmers can profit from the added value of selling the juice instead of the fruits.

High Pressure Press For Food Pascalization – 1

The invention relates to a method for high-pressure pressing of vegetable and fruit juices of all viscosities (including pastes). A press layout is shown, which can be used very compactly within a container directly at the harvest site and can help the fruit / vegetable farmers to generate and benefit from the added value.

High Pressure Press For Food Pascalization – 2

The invention relates to a method and apparatus for high-pressure pressing of vegetable and fruit juices of all viscosities (including pastes).

Shown is a press,
• which is much cheaper (saving 70-90%) than current presses
• whose working chamber is used to 100%
• which can be fully automated integrated in the fruit bottle processing
• which is mobile and can be moved to the fruit producer together with the fruit preparation and filling systems, so that only ripe fruits are processed and no longer immature ones must be picked. This vastly benefits the quality of taste and degree of nutritional content of the juices.

High Pressure Press For Food Pascalization – 3

Die Erfindung betrifft ein Verfahren zur Hochdruckpressung von Gemüse- und Fruchtsäften aller Viskositäten (auch Pasten). Gezeigt wird ein Presslayout als Folgepatent zu DE102019006479.8, das sehr kompakt innerhalb eines Containers direkt im Fruchterntebe-reich eingesetzt werden kann und bis zu 90% preiswerter hinsichtlich Anschaffungskosten, Wartung und Betrieb (vollautomatisiert und ca 10KW) ist als derzeit genutzte Paskalisierungsanlagen (manuell zu Befüllen/Entleeren und ca 100KW). Die Pressung findet in einem Zweikammer-Rohr bei Einsatz vierer Sitzventile statt.