• Enoveneta ATMOS N2 pneumatic diaphragm hermetic closed presses
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Enoveneta ATMOS N2 pneumatic diaphragm hermetic closed presses

ATMOS N2 wine presses are manufactured by internationally renowned Enoveneta, who have been manufacturing oenological equipment for over 50 years.

Enoveneta horizontal pneumatic wine presses are designed to maximise grape yields, obtain a gentler pressing action, while reducing processing time. The software allows access to programs and pressing cycle optimisation via a 12" display. The membrane extension enables the press to operate at optimal pressure at full and part-full capacity. An internal device gently breaks up the grape pomace.

The ATMOS N2 is suitable for working within an inert atmosphere via a gas cylinder or nitrogen generator, and has one hermetic door.

  • Available models: ATMOS 12, 18, 26, 35, 45, 70, 100, 150, 250, 330
  • Programmable PLC containing 6 standard programs and 90 free programs
  • Manufactured to Industry 4.0 technological standard for: control & management via PLC; remote access from PC, smartphone & tablet; remote diagnostics; interconnection between other Industry 4.0 machines already in the winery - NB Additional router required for connection
  • Presses whole grapes, destemmed grapes, and fermented mass
  • Large loading hermetic sliding door
  • Pressing cylinder with trapezoid shaped draining channels (horizontally aligned against one size of the inner wall; 45% drainage surface of cylinder) designed to minimise the accumulation of lees in the crumbling phase, and circular drains positioned in line which each channel for continuous and maximum draining
  • Quick inflation/deflation diaphragm
  • Mechanical chain transmission of cylinder for a smoother, gentler rotation
  • Stainless steel (AISI 304) construction
  • See Application for optional extras

Installed & commissioned by our Engineers.

Please call us on 01404 892100 to discuss your grape pressing requirements.

See the 'Enoveta' tab for our customer Case Studies.

 

Please see the Presses - Grape category in Catalogue for our range of grape presses.

Please see the Crushers & Destemmers - Grape category for our range of grape crushers & destemmers.

For accessories, please see our PPE & Tools categories.

Application

Optional:

  • Polished internal tank finish
  • Electropolished drainage channels
  • Hinged drainage channels
  • Pneumatic draining valves (ATMOS 9 - 45)
  • Manual draining valves (ATMOS 45 - 330)
  • Various compressors (ATMOS 100 - 330)
  • Pneumatic valve for automatic selection of must (programmable through PLC)
  • External cylinder washing system
  • Router for Industry 4.0
  • Motorised wheels for moving press (ATMOS 45 - 70 only)
  • Legs elevation

 

Features

  • Suspended fixed pressed juice receiving tray with rotor pump and level probes
  • Axial load valve (manual on ATMOS 12 - 70; pneumatic on ATMOS 100 - 330 - NB compressor not included for the pneumatic valve)
  • Pneumatic must discharging valve
  • 12" Touch screen control panel
  • Electric panel for level probe control

 

Specification

  • Three phase, 400V, 50Hz

ATMOS 12

  • Whole grapes: 0.8 to 0.9 tonnes (main door)
  • Destemmed/crushed grapes: 2.5 to 3 tonnes (axial loading)
  • Fermented mass: 3.5 to 4.5 tonnes (fermentation tank, axial loading)
  • Frame on wheels
  • Axial load valve: Garolla 100mm Ø
  • Motor: 4.5kW
  • Dimensions: 2535 x 1300 x 1600mm high
  • Weight: 660kg

ATMOS 18

  • Whole grapes: 1.2 to 1.4 tonnes (main door)
  • Destemmed/crushed grapes: 3.5 to 4.5 tonnes (axial loading)
  • Fermented mass: 5 to 6 tonnes (fermentation tank, axial loading)
  • Frame on wheels
  • Axial load valve: Garolla 100mm Ø
  • Motor: 7kW
  • Dimensions: 3250 x 1300 x 1600mm high
  • Weight: 850kg

ATMOS 26

  • Whole grapes: 1.7 to 1.9 tonnes (main door)
  • Destemmed/crushed grapes: 5 to 6 tonnes (axial loading)
  • Fermented mass: 7.5 toto 9 tonnes (fermentation tank, axial loading)
  • Frame on wheels
  • Axial load valve: Garolla 100mm Ø
  • Motor: 7.4kW
  • Dimensions: 3400 x 1500 x 1900mm high
  • Weight: 1100kg

ATMOS 35

  • Whole grapes: 2.3 to 2.6 tonnes (main door)
  • Destemmed/crushed grapes: 6.5 to 8 tonnes (axial loading)
  • Fermented mass: 10 to 12 tonnes (fermentation tank, axial loading)
  • Frame on wheels
  • Axial load valve: Garolla 100mm Ø
  • Motor: 8.8kW
  • Dimensions: 3900 x 1500 x 1940mm high
  • Weight: 1200kg

ATMOS 45

  • Whole grapes: 3 to 3.3 tonnes (main door)
  • Destemmed/crushed grapes: 9.5 to 10.5 tonnes (axial loading)
  • Fermented mass: 14 to 18 tonnes (fermentation tank, axial loading)
  • Frame on wheels
  • Axial load valve: Garolla 120mm Ø
  • Motor: 10kW
  • Dimensions: 4700 x 1900 x 2000mm high
  • Weight: 1900kg

ATMOS 70

  • Whole grapes: 4.7 to 5.2 tonnes (main door)
  • Destemmed/crushed grapes: 16 to 20 tonnes (axial loading)
  • Fermented mass: 25 to 30 tonnes (fermentation tank, axial loading)
  • Axial load valve: Garolla 120mm Ø
  • Stainless steel frame
  • Motor: 11kW
  • Dimensions: 4820 x 2160 x 2690mm high
  • Weight: 3600kg

ATMOS 100

  • Whole grapes: 6.8 to 7.4 tonnes (main door)
  • Destemmed/crushed grapes: 24 to 32 tonnes (axial loading)
  • Fermented mass: 35 to 45 tonnes (fermentation tank, axial loading)
  • Axial load valve: Garolla 120mm Ø
  • Stainless steel frame
  • Motor: 11kW
  • Dimensions: 5925 x 2160 x 2700mm high
  • Weight: 4000kg

ATMOS 150

  • Whole grapes: 10 to 11 tonnes (main door)
  • Destemmed/crushed grapes: 32 to 42 tonnes (axial loading)
  • Fermented mass: 55 to 65 tonnes (fermentation tank, axial loading)
  • Axial load valve: Garolla 120mm Ø
  • Stainless steel frame
  • Motor: 12.5kW
  • Dimensions: 7000 x 2600 x 3100mm high
  • Weight: 4000kg

ATMOS 250

  • Axial load valve: Garolla 120mm Ø
  • Painted steel frame
  • Motor: 15kW
  • Dimensions: 8100 x 2800 x 3100mm high
  • Weight: 7500k

ATMOS 330

  • Axial load valve: Garolla 150mm Ø
  • Painted steel frame
  • Motor: 28kW
  • Dimensions: 9000 x 3200 x 3400mm high
  • Weight: 9800kg

 

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Enoveneta

Enoveneta has been manufacturing oenological equipment in northeast Italy for over 60 years and is owned and run by the Fiorin family.

Its growth from an owner-managed business to an internationally renowned manufacturer with over 80 specialist staff is testament to the knowledge and energy of its founder, Nedo Fiorin, and the vision of the next generation of the family - Cristina, Daniela, Paolo and Renato (as pictured).

Here are the reasons why we choose Enoveneta:

  • They have over 60 years' experience in the development, research, and manufacture of oenological equipment
  • They strive for 'continuous perfection and innovation' of their products
  • Their equipment is well designed, robust, and user-friendly
  • They are TÜV SÜD certified, to ensure quality, reliability and consistency during manufacturing and construction
  • They are SCI ISO 9001 certified, operating via a stringent quality management system, which includes rigorous ongoing reviews
  • They manufacture their equipment themselves in Italy and so are in complete control of the process
  • Their pneumatic presses & pumps are manufactured to Industry 4.0 technological standard for: control & management via PLC; remote access from PC, smartphone & tablet; remote diagnostics; interconnection between other Industry 4.0 machines already in the winery
  • They are a solid and committed family-run company with more than 80 skilled/specialist employees
  • They produce a wide range of technological machines which are customised and competitively priced
  • They are internationally renowned, supplying many countries from France to Brazil, from Russia to Germany up to Canada, having installed equipment in 45 countries in all
  • They believe in being as sustainable as they can and so have their own solar panel plant

The Enoveneta range includes:

  • Grape crushers/destemmers
  • Pneumatic diaphragm presses
  • Grape vibrating/sorting tables
  • Grape elevators
  • Mono pumps
  • And more - see our Spotlight on Enoveneta blog for a full list of their range

Case Studies

The case studies below represents just 2 of a good number of vineyards we've supplied Enoveneta equipment to. Please ask us about the rest.

You can see Enoveneta case study videos via our Spotlight on Enoveneta blog.

What we offer

In partnership with Enoveneta, we can offer you:

  • Advice on the appropriate equipment for you - taking budget, space and desired throughput into consideration
  • A comprehensive quotation outlining our recommended solution/s
  • Full machine specifications with clear pricing
  • Multi-skilled (Vigo) engineers to install and commission your equipment on site and provide training to you and your production operatives
  • Comprehensive 12 month warranty, backed up by our team of Vigo engineers
  • Full technical backup and support from our mobile engineers

How can we help you?

If you're looking for grape presses, pumps or reception equipment for your winery, please give us a call on 01404 892 100 and we will be happy to discuss your requirements.

 


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