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Jolly 60MV Destemmer Crusher With Speed Control
The bigger brother of our Jolly 40 Destemmer Crusher. The Jolly 60 features some key upgrades over the Jolly40 that allow for even more gentle processing. The Jolly 60 has a higher production, is quick to adjust and even more gentle on your grapes. We suggest you first take the time to read through the Jolly 40.
Centrifugal Processing - the Jolly 40 features a non-rotating destemming basket where the grapes fall through and are moved to the collection tank via a stainless screw feed. The Jolly 60 features a basket that also rotates. This design is more effective at removing stems. It also has the benefit of using a spiral, rubber coated wiper blade welded to the basket that more gently pushes destemmed grapes to the collection tank. By comparison the Jolly40 uses a stainless screw under the basket to move grapes to the collection tank.
Adjustable Rubber Tipped Destemming Shaft - Instead of rigid paddles on the Jolly40 the Jolly60 features adjustable tips that can help reduce jacks (bits of stems) in certain situations. Additionally the tips are cylindrical instead of paddle shaped. This an option we choose from the manufacturer and is not reflected in the photo.
Processing Advantages Vrs. Jolly 40
3Hp Motor on Jolly 60 vrs 2.5HP Motor on Jolly 40.
Rollers slide out of way on stainless rails and do not have be disconnected like on the Jolly40
Collection tank is on casters for easier removal vrs being hard mounted on the Jolly40
50% higher processing capabilities vrs Jolly40
The Collection Tank & Must Pump Choice
The collection tank, located at the bottom of the machine, consists of a stainless bin with a stainless auger feed that is driven by the machine. It pushes crushed grapes into your awaiting rubber impeller must pump where the must is moved into your fermenter. Rubber impeller pumps like the Enoitalia EURO 60 must pump will do a good job unless the grapes are dry (high skin, less flesh). The Euro 60 is also a good choice because it has so many other uses in the winery.
You can remove the collection tank altogether, allowing the must to drop via gravity, which allows you to do one of two things. First you have the option to wheel in a true commercial quality eliptical must pump, such as the Enotialia Gamma 80, designed for commercial crush pads. Eliptical must pumps are big pumps with 3" outlet tubing that allows for a gentler transfer and are also better for dry (small berry, less flesh) fruit. The Gamma 80 is the smallest version of a true crush pad must pump, perfectly suited for this machine. A second option if you remove the reception hopper is to just allow the fruit to drop via gravity into containers and transfer that manually to macrobins. Of course the latter option is only feasible with a strong back and very small lots, but sometimes that is a nice option to have.
304 Stainless Steel Construction
Process up to 6 tons per hour
230V 1 phase 3HP Motor
Variable Speed with Frequency Drive
Slide out of the way Rubber Rollers
Rubber Rollers are spring loaded and can be adjusted
Rubber Tipped Destemming bars
Rubber Edged Auger in Reception Hopper
Collection Hopper, with 2.5" TC outlet, can be removed
We used the Jolly 60MV for the first time this year processing around 70 thousand lbs of grapes of different varieties. The variable speed allowed us to destem different grape sizes and stem dryness cleanly and efficiently. While the adjustable rollers allowed us to achieve the degree of crushing we wanted.
Hugh improvement over the Jolly 40 MV both in quality of the crush and in ease of cleaning. Counter rotating paddles and basket provide less stems. While easily accessible components provide for more efficient cleaning. Well worth the added cost.
The variable speed sets this apart from my old Jolly 40. Also, it de-stems before it crushes - therefore fewer jacks get into the must. In fact, I opened the rollers up to the point where they barely impact the grapes. Nice setup. But, you need a must pump to evacuate the collection tank.