The innovative features found in the latest version of Haith’s class-leading root vegetable polisher are proving popular with growers and packers across the world.
With machinery exhibitions on hold, Haith hasn’t yet officially launched the 2021 polisher. However, it has already received several orders, including one from RS Cockerill, which is buying four machines for use in its Dunnington packhouse, near York.
Haith’s 2021 polisher includes several new and improved features, such as Cleaning In Place (CIP), which allows the operator to set the time when the polisher is cleaned by the detergent dosage system, which prevents bacteria from building up. CIP is complemented by an upgraded zero-slip barrel drive system, an air-operated discharge door with finger-tip control and taper locks on all drive components.
“Our root veg polisher is an extremely popular machine, probably owing to our unique direct motor drive system,” Haith sales director Duane Hill said. “The 2021 model cements the Haith Root Veg Polisher Pro’s reputation for being the ideal polisher for potatoes, carrots, parsnips, beetroot and celeriac thanks to its patented direct-drive brush rollers and our innovations that allow the machine to keep running with minimal downtime for maintenance.
“We’ve not rested on our laurels since we introduced the previous version. We’ve looked at every aspect of the machine and listened to feedback from customers who are running previous versions of our polisher. We are very pleased indeed with the 2021 model and think it will be a very popular choice with people looking for an easy to use, effective and reliable polisher that is built to last.”
As with the previous version, Haith’s 2021 polisher retains the automatic washdown, improved barrel drives, the upgraded slip ring, externally mounted cooper split bearings and the optional water flume bypass for handling loose skin potatoes which were introduced on the 2020 model.
Available with either 14 x 3.0m or 18 x 3.5m rollers, the Root Veg Polisher is available to order now, with both versions coming with an enhanced two-year warranty on non-wearing parts.
For more information visit: www.haith.co.uk.
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