2 Pallet Vacuum Cooler For Sale -- Built With Quality US Inputs -- Great Working Condition

2 Pallet Vacuum Cooler – Great Working Condition – American Steel, Quality Inputs

Built in 2001 by Packaged Refrigeration Systems of Jacksonville, FL, this 2-pallet vacuum cooler will cool produce QUICKLY without the use of water. This unit will cool most produce with a 90-degree core temperature to a 37-degree core temperature in only 40 minutes. Excellent for leafy greens, sweet corn, mushrooms and most other vegetables. Cooling does not work well for cabbage and pickled cucumbers.

Original Cooler Specifications:

Description: Skid mounted 25 tr. Pkg W/Graham compressor, Evapco condenser and vapor condensing coil, and Busch vacuum pump. (2) Pallet – 40 x 48 size. 12 tr. per pallet.

Steel Skid: I beam frame construction, 10’ wide x 30’ long x 9’-6”.

Compressor: Graham, HC4074 BD, Order No. C211054 Ammonia w/ 100%, 50%, loading stages. Belt drive. Motor is across the line start. Frick oil separator, 2 Vilter stop check valve, oil heater, oil return floats and solenoid.

Condenser: Evapco, LSCB-48, centrifugal fan evap. Condenser. W/ (1) ea. 3 hp tefc fan (1) ea. ¾ hp pump motor TEFC.

Suction Accumulator: Jordon, HR-20-54, ASME coded and stamped pressure vessel.

Evaporator Coil: Evapco, HCYA, hot dipped galvanized.

High Side Float: Hansen Float regulator, HT200MN, or NH3

Vacuum Pump: Busch, RA400, W/150HP 230/460/3/60 tefc motor.

Control Panel: 100 amp 48” x 60”, components are Telemechanique / Square D.

Computer: 1 ea. Rugged Giant, controls vacuum and compressor function.

Refrigerant: Ammonia, charged on site, 575 LBS., approx. 115 gallons.

Vacuum Release Actuator: MCR300 Milwaukee Se# 94D-2304

Total Weight (without generator or ammonia tanks: Approx. 25,500 lbs

If requested, we are willing to include the 4 ammonia tanks shown in the attached pictures (tanks will be shipped empty, due to transit laws).

The cooler uses 3 phase power. For an additional $6,000, we will include the 3 phase 440 volt diesel generator that we have used to provide power to the cooler.

Shipping is Freight on Board. While buyer is responsible for all shipping arrangements and costs, we will cover the costs associated with boxing the unit and hiring a crane to load it onto a truck.

Once received, we are happy to walk you through the process of setup and running the machine. Since we are certain the cooler is in good condition (and running well), we will make the following pledge: if you are unable to get the machine running, Plainville Farm will cover costs required to get it working. However, we are not responsible for damages incurred during delivery.

Multiple contacts can verify the cooler’s great, working condition—including Mike Hughes, the owner of Packaged Refrigeration Systems, the Jacksonville, FL company that built this machine. Contact me for reference information.

Sold by Plainville Farm—a second-generation family farm in Hadley, Massachusetts. Let us know if you would like to discuss how we’ve used it on our farm and how it may be of use for your business.

The company that produced this vacuum cooler, Packaged Refrigeration Systems LLC., is a leader in quality vacuum cooler production. This machine was built with American made quality inputs—it is truly built to last. Don’t fall for the Chinese units made with cheap inputs.

Similar machines retail new for around $115,000. Rentals hover around the starting price of this auction—why rent when you can buy a great machine for the same price?

Do not hesitate to contact us with any questions you may have about the cooler.

We are more than happy to ship the cooler overseas, so long as the buyer arranges (and pays) for all shipping costs.

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