The Peach Pitter model 320 APA-E is the direct evolution of the model 320 APA. The current model implements an electronic system managed by a PLC (Programmed Logie Controller).
The 320 APA-E aligns along the suture line and pits “clingstone” and “freestone” peaches with a vari­able speed of up to 352 fruits per minute.

The automatic continuous orientation system (international patent) installed in the 320 APA-E en­sures a percentage of aligned-on-suture peaches (suture ≤ 10mm or 3/8″) equa I to the torque pitting system (average efficiency of 90%) with no need for manpower on the machine, unlike the non-con­tinuous orientation systems.

Processed fruits: Peaches, Nectaries, Apricots, Plums, Apples, Passe crassane

The new automatic continuous orientation system (patented internationally) guarantees a percentage of well oriented fruits equal to the torque pitting system (average efficiency of 90%) and without any labor, unlike the non continuous aligning systems. The high percentage of correctly positioned peaches, combined with the pitting system with 360° rotation of knives, driven by a brushless motor with high number of rotations per minute, guarantees a superior quality of the cut, absence of stick pits and a lower amount of pit fragments, ensuring a reduced employ of labor for the operations of inspection and reprocessing of the peaches after pitting.
The Peach Pitter model 320 APA-E guarantees:

  • High capacity
  • A better pitting performance compared to any other machine
  • A more uniform cut thanks to the high speed spinning knives
  • A more uniform cut thanks to the high speed spinning knives

A system of automatic lubrication, made with high end materials, guarantees a constant and dosed lubrication of all the moving parts, which results in a reduction of the necessary labor.

  • 360° rotation of the knives, driven by a brushless motor
  • Automatic continuous orientation system
  • Independent fruit-holder cups
  • Extended feeder
  • Touchscreen for function monitoring
  • Automatic fruit count
  • On-board diagnostic of knives breakage
  • LAN connection for remote monitoring
  • Remote technical support
  • Brushless motor 5 kW (PITTING SPOONS) with energy class IE4
  • Motor 2.2 kW (MAIN MOTORIZATION) with energy class IE3
  • Screw motoreductor 0.55 kW (NON CONTINUOUS ORIENTATION) with energy class IE1
  • Motor 0.25 kW (CONTINUOUS ORIENTATION) with energy class IE1

The machine is made in compliance with the highest sanitary standards. All the parts in contact with the product are “food grade”. Frame and covers of the machine are in stainless steel.
The pitter complies with the European regulations for safety, Directive 2006/42/CE and subsequent modifications as reference rules.

The peaches are fed into the pitter hopper,which feeds individually the eight sockets of each flight. The peaches, crossing the orientation sections, are positioned and aligned along the suture line. In the pitting station, the pitting knives, driven by a brushless motor, rotate of 360° at high speed, separating the pit from the pulp. At the same time, the cutting group cuts the fruit in two halves.

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The Peach Pitter model 320 APA-E is the direct evolution of the model 320 APA. The current model implements an electronic system managed by a PLC (Programmed Logie Controller).
The 320 APA-E aligns along the suture line and pits “clingstone” and “freestone” peaches with a vari­able speed of up to 352 fruits per minute.

The automatic continuous orientation system (international patent) installed in the 320 APA-E en­sures a percentage of aligned-on-suture peaches (suture ≤ 10mm or 3/8″) equa I to the torque pitting system (average efficiency of 90%) with no need for manpower on the machine, unlike the non-con­tinuous orientation systems.

Processed fruits: Peaches, Nectarines, Apricots, Plums, Apples, Passe crassane

The new automatic continuous orientation system (patented internationally) guarantees a percentage of well oriented fruits equal to the torque pitting system (average efficiency of 90%) and without any labor, unlike the non continuous aligning systems. The high percentage of correctly positioned peaches, combined with the pitting system with 360° rotation ofknives, driven by a brushless motor with high number of rotations per minute, guarantees a superior quality of the cut, absence of stick pits and a lower amount of pit fragments, ensuring a reduced employ of labor for the operations of inspection and reprocessing of the peaches after pitting.
The Peach Pitter model 320 APA-E guarantees:

  • High capacity
  • A better pitting performance compared to any other machine
  • A more uniform cut thanks to the high speed spinning knives
  • A more uniform cut thanks to the high speed spinning knives

A system of automatic lubrication, made with high end materials, guarantees a constant and dosed lubrication of all the moving parts, which results in a reduction of the necessary labor.

  • 360° rotation of the knives, driven by a brushless motor
  • Automatic continuous orientation system
  • Independent fruit-holder cups
  • Extended feeder
  • Touchscreen for function monitoring
  • Automatic fruit count
  • On-board diagnostic of knives breakage
  • LAN connection for remote monitoring
  • Remote technical support
  • Brushless motor 5 kW (PITTING SPOONS) with energy class IE4
  • Motor 2.2 kW (MAIN MOTORIZATION) with energy class IE3
  • Screw motoreductor 0.55 kW (NON CONTINUOUS ORIENTATION) with energy class IE1
  • Motor 0.25 kW (CONTINUOUS ORIENTATION) with energy class IE1

The machine is made in compliance with the highest sanitary standards. All the parts in contact with the product are “food grade”. Frame and covers of the machine are in stainless steel.
The pitter complies with the European regulations for safety, Directive 2006/42/CE and subsequent modifications as reference rules.

The peaches are fed into the pitter hopper,which feeds individually the eight sockets of each flight. The peaches, crossing the orientation sections, are positioned and aligned along the suture line. In the pitting station, the pitting knives, driven by a brushless motor, rotate of 360° at high speed, separating the pit from the pulp. At the same time, the cutting group cuts the fruit in two halves.

I declare that I have read the Privacy Policy (Download here) and consent to the processing of personal data for the purposes indicated therein.