ES300 Food Waste Dryer

The Eco-Smart ES300 is designed for food waste weights from 100kg to 300kg per day.

Eco-Smart ES300 Food Waste Dryer from Bergmann Direct
Eco-Smart food waste dryer with optional 120-240L bin lifter (right)

The ES300 Food Waste Dryer model is now in several NHS Scotland Hospitals including St. John's in Livingston, Royal Victoria in Dundee, and Raigmore in Inverness.

How The ES300 Food Waste Dryer Works

1. Load the raw food waste: either in one go or throughout the day as it arises

2. Shut the lid and press START; the Eco-Smart will run automatically.

3. The temperature in the drum rises to around 85 degrees during the cycle. Evaporated, condensed, clean water from the food waste is discharged via the outlet at the rear to a drain.

4. Moisture sensors in the drum will detect when the material has dried and stop the cycle automatically. There is no need to check.

5. Open the front door and press the DISCHARGE button to empty the dried residue into a tub which is supplied.

6. The residue can be stored safely for weeks if necessary. Disposal is usually into wheelie bins for food waste collection (80% fewer collections than raw waste!), and then to composting or AD.

ES300 - Specification

  • Capacity: 100-300kg
  • Cycle time: 10-12 hours (100kg) to 24 hours (300kg)
  • Dimensions: (D): 1000mm x (L): 1500mm x (H): 1550mm
  • Reduction rate: 85-90%
  • Power required: 32A, 3 phase 415V 50Hz CEE socket
  • Weight: 550kg
  • Can be moved on a pallet truck
  • Portable: with locking castors and adjustable height legs
  • Requires a nearby drain outlet

Bergmann Direct supply a range of Food Waste Solutions. To find out more, call 0845 226 5803 now, or tell us more about your requirements via our contact form.

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