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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. Units can be located on different floors. Distance is only limited by the practical aspects of pumping the food waste slurry. Pulping compostable waste offers commercial composting operations better compost and on-site operations cleaner processing.

    How do Remote Pulpers Work?

    1. 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.
    2. The slurry is pumped through a pipeline to a remotely located Hydra-Extractor.
    3. The Hydra-Extractor removes most of the water and the semi-dry pulp is discharged into a container for disposal.
    4. The extracted water is recovered and returned to the pulping tank for re-use, offering significant water saving.

    Detailed Product Specifications

    SP-60 Remote Pulping System
    SP-75 Remote Pulping System

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    FACTS

    • 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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