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Cast Iron Spindle Vigo Fruit Press 9 Litre
179.00

In a nutshell....
The Cast Iron Spindle Fruit Press 9 Litres is a small but perfectly formed, traditional press is made from highest quality materials and should last a lifetime. The press can hold up to 8½ kg (18 lbs) of crushed fruit, and produces up to 3.5 litres (6 pints) of juice from each pressing.

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Traditional Style Fruit Press

The spindle fruit press is small but perfectly formed, this traditional press is made from the highest quality materials and should last a lifetime. With a base plate, spindle nut and legs made from robust cast iron and a sustainable oak pressing cage, this sturdy little press can make about 7 litres of juice an hour. Any of our crushers can be used with this press – they can be fitted over the 27.5 litre bucket. The press can hold up to 8½ kg (18 lbs) of crushed fruit, and produces up to 3.5 litres (6 pints) of juice from each pressing. You can press apples and pears and any soft seeded fruit like grapes, raspberries, strawberries, redcurrants, blackcurrants and more.


Using The Press
Simple to use, just fill the cage with crushed fruit, assemble the semi-circular timber pressing plates and large iron nut on top of the crushed fruit and use the iron bar to screw down. Juice flows out of the press cage into the base plate for collection.

Dimensions:
59cm (23.25in) high, 23.5cm (9.25in) diameter
Cage Diameter: 23.5cm (9.25in)
Weight: 31lbs (14kg) 

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David James
February 10th, 2015
this was a serious investment for us but the satisfaction on filling a litre container with our own fresh apple juice made it worth the money. (need to have the apples well smashed up before they go into the unit). felt like john seymour!!
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Asked By Marie Quigley
on October 07th, 2015
How long can juice made from a fruit press be kept
Answered by Andrew
on October 07th, 2015
Hi Marie. The easiest way to keep apple juice is to freeze it in blocks where it should keep for at least 6 months. Place a freezer bag in a small tupperware box and fill. When frozen you can take the bag out of the box and you have a sealed brick of juice. Alternatively you can use our 'nutrivac' system which keeps juice perfectly fresh for shorter periods by removing the air. I include a link: https://www.quickcrop.ie/product/nutrivac-vacuum-sealer-storage-system
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