Electric oil press from PITEBA:

• After 15 years the electric version of the PITEBA press is available

• Continuous oil pressing

• Designed for small-scale professional oil production and for home use as a kitchen machine.

Electric PITEBA oil press

An electric motor is now also available for the Piteba hand-driven oil press. This makes the oil press a fully-fledged electric press. All properties of the press have been preserved, so even with the electric press you produce up to 35% more oil compared to many other presses.
This press is very suitable for continuous pressing thanks to the special Carpanelli motor and Motovario gearbox. The press not only has an industrial appearance, but is also really of industrial quality. Suitable for years to produce your cold-pressed oil.
Big advantage: always spare parts available.

Effortless pressing.

With this press you can press any amount of oil. As many and as long as you want. This applies to all oilseeds that you can think of, including linseed. You can process your entire stock of walnuts or other seeds or nuts.

Small scale commercial oil production

Electric press in the kitchen

15 years experience

Exactly the same press is used for the electric press as for manually driven pressing. We have been making that model for almost 15 years, so a proven quality! All information about the Piteba press also applies to the electrically powered version. The only difference is the motor drive.

All features of the hand-driven press have been retained.

Pressure control now even easier: both hands free!

Easy assembly

The motor set is very easy to assemble. The motor is ready to plug in. The press is attached to the motor set with 2 bolts.

Keep in mind that it is a 220 Volt, 50Hz motor. This is suitable for the whole of Europe, but outside of Europe an inverter may be necessary to guarantee the correct power supply.

Assembly is easy to do

It is easy to clean the press

The cap and plug can be easily removed from the press with the supplied tool. Press the press cake out of the cap and let the press run briefly to allow seed residues to run out of the press. Run a piece of kitchen paper - paper towel - through the press and you're done. No further cleaning. Store the press well oiled.

Just before use, clean the press with washing-up liquid if necessary or only with kitchen paper.

1. Unscrew the cap from the press

2. There is rock hard press cake in the cap

3. Remove the press cake with a stick

4. Press cake easily removed from the cap

5. Remove press cake and seeds

6. Clean press cage and screw with paper towel

Why is continuous pressing so important?

With this press you can press any amount of oil. As many and as long as you want. This applies to all oilseeds that you can think of, including linseed. You can process your entire stock of walnuts or other seeds or nuts.

Properly cooled electric motor

Industrial quality worm gear reducer

I already have a Piteba hand driven oil press

The motor set fits on any hand-driven Piteba oil press. In that case, only order the motor set to make the press electric.

Press made in 2005 (not yet red!)

Cold pressed oil

At room temperature you use the press without heating. Only if it is colder you use the supplied burner for the best press results.

At room temperature: no heating

Use the electric motor safely

Before use, make sure that everything is assembled correctly and check this regularly. Never just unplug the power cord, but use the on / off switch, so the press can never just start running. Always use the filling funnel so nobody can get fingers in the screw.

Manuals >

Always use the on/off switch

Never just start

It is very important that the seeds or nuts contain 8 - 10% moisture. If they are too dry, the press will get stuck and the engine will stop. Dry seed can never be pressed. With no press. If you are not sure about the moisture content, determine this before you start!

Determine moisture >

Weigh exactly 100 grams for moisture determination

Dried: 94 gram ( =100-94=6% moisture )

If you need help

It is not difficult to press oil. If there are any questions, call or email me. We make the presses ourselves and always know the solution to the problem.

e-mail Edwin >