BOHRER Crate Washer Series TR
Single-end machine with immersion soaking bath and a cleaning level located above this. The basic principle of having multiple cleaning levels with immersion soaking, main cleaning as well as intensive lye spraying, circulation re-spraying and a fresh water final rinse is the most effective way of cleaning crates and containers in a careful and cost-effective manner.
The interior – optimised for servicing and cleaning
Due to its clear design layout, which is well-lit and completely accessible, service and cleaning work can be carried out quickly and easily.
In combination with our turbulent immersion bath, the individual crates are thoroughly cleaned from all sides.
For crates which are extremely dirty, we can additionally use special high pressure systems.
The motor compartments – easily accessible and soundproof
All units are installed in the motor compartments of the machine in a manner which ensures easy servicing. Large, pneumatic pivot doors make access easy.
Continuous dirt discharge – for lengthy service life of the lye
Labels and coarse dirt that have been removed are discharged from the bath via a continuously operating filter belt. The entire discharge unit can be completely removed for inspection.
Advantages in comparison to conventional crate cleaning
45% savings on chemicals due to the length of time the chemicals are allowed to act on the crates
Up to 40% savings on water due to the length of time the crates are allowed to stand in the machine
Up to 33% savings on energy due to optimum insulation
2-level cleaning system (BOTTOM-UP-SYSTEM) ensures high performance and minimal space requirements. (10-metre TR 100 is equivalent to a 20-metre conventional tunnel machine).
Cleaning Level I
Thorough soaking in the turbulent immersion soaking bath with full submersion for removing dirt from the entire crate, even from problem areas.
Cleaning Level II / III
Main cleaning via a long contact route. Intense removal of the pre-soaked dirt by powerful water jets on all sides. In the upward turning unit, in particular, the front faces, interior compartments and base of the crates undergo intensive cleaning.
Cleaning Level III
At the end of the main cleaning section, following a short drainage zone, the crates are resprayed with clear circulating water and then rinsed with fresh water.
The remaining drainage required takes place whilst the crates are still in the machine.
From 1,600 to 9,000 crates/h
Other capacities on request