Model 61 & 60 Systems

Productivity — Model 61 & 60 Systems

Tables show pounds of raw, headless shrimp peeled per hour for each peeling station

  • The larger the shrimp, the greater the productivity in pounds.
  • Column 1 shows the maximum speed of 5,000 per hour.
  • Column 2 shows actual, achievable, experience based productivity of 4,500 per hour.
  • Column 2 speeds assume shrimp are delivered to the peeling stations, operators and maintenance team have experience.
  • Both models run at 2 speeds, 5,000 and 4,000 per hour. The slower speed is intended for training.
  • Accuracy of shrimp placement is more important than speed when preparing a quality product.

Productivity Shown In Pounds per Hour

Water Consumption

  • Each unit has a built-in water valve to minimize water use
  • 59 gallons per hour at 30 pounds per square inch pressure, or
  • 69 gallons per hour at 40 pounds per square inch pressure typical.
  • 0.21 cubic meters at 2 bar pressure, or
  • 0.27 cubic meters at 3 bar pressure typical.
  • Some peeling system configurations use additional water.

Electric Power Consumption

  • Maximum power draw follows depends on supply
  • 1 amp at 460 volt, three phase, 50 Hertz
  • 2 amps at 230 volt, three phase, 50 Hertz
  • 2.7 amps at 230 volt, single phase, 60 Hertz
  • 5.4 amps at 115 volt, single phase, 60 Hertz

Productivity In Kilograms per Hour