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  • Processing- Onion Toppers

  • Model KS55 2-3 tonnes/hr  - Onion Toppers

    Model KS55 2-3 tonnes/hr - Onion Toppers

    Toppers are used to take of the surplus of tops from the onions, sjallots or onion sets. After harvest onions are often stored with at least 10 centimeters of top-tails. Retail outlets normally only allow up to 2.5 centimeters and the ERC toppers ensure that the surplus of tail is effectively and efficiently taken of before sorting and packing.

  • Model KS85-1 3-4 tonnes/hr  - Onion Toppers

    Model KS85-1 3-4 tonnes/hr - Onion Toppers

    Baxmatic is the fully automated packaging system for loose bags of 2.5 to 50 Kg. The dedicated Baxmatic bags can be purchased from stock from selected suppliers: net bags for, among others, onions, jute bags for potatoes, polyprop bags for bulk flow-ables, paper bags for potatoes.

  • Model KS85-2 5-8 tonnes/hr  - Onion Toppers

    Model KS85-2 5-8 tonnes/hr - Onion Toppers

    Toppers are used to take of the surplus of tops from the onions, sjallots or onion sets. After harvest onions are often stored with at least 10 centimeters of top-tails. Retail outlets normally only allow up to 2.5 centimeters and the ERC toppers ensure that the surplus of tail is effectively and efficiently taken of before sorting and packing.

  • Processing- Precision Shavers

  • Model EB55  - Precision Shavers

    Model EB55 - Precision Shavers

    The EB55-2 automatically processes batches onions of appr. 20kg. The machine has an automatic operating infeed buffer. Depending on the product the capacit is 1000kg-2000kg per hour.

  • Model EB25  - Precision Shavers

    Model EB25 - Precision Shavers

    Onion shaving, or if you like ‘precision topping’ is a new development to top onions very closely. Three areas of application have been developed:.

  • Processing- Onion Peel Robot

  • Onion Peelers

    Onion Peelers

    Fixing technical problems is what drives us at ERCmachinery. Contact with clients familiarised ERC with the issue  of fully automated onion peeling as early as the 1990s. The main issue is being able to automatically determine the position of the top and the root plate of the onion. Many attempts have been made around the world to try and tackle this problem mechanically, but with very little success. However, we believed that this...

  • Packaging