Piteba Oil Press

A handy-dandy European model to produce small quantities of veggie & coconut oil! It does use a small heat source to help express the oil….but I am sure it is much more gentle than standard manufacturing processes.

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3 Responses to “Piteba Oil Press”


  1. 1 marignan November 24, 2008 at 11:42 am

    please can you answer my questions:
    – is your oil expeller under european norms?
    – can we use the expelled oil for cooking?
    thank you

  2. 2 Peter October 31, 2009 at 2:03 am

    Wenn ich das lese, was manche über Öl pressen wissen und schreiben wird mir schlecht. Nachdem bekannt ist, dass nur 15% der Menschen Logisches Denken für ihr Tun nutzen, wundert mich dies nicht. Ich habe die Piteba Mühle ausprobiert. Es war der blanke Reinfall.
    Ohne Feuer geht schon gar nichts, mit Feuer wird sie heiß genug, um das Kaltpressen zu verneinen. 40°C ist die Kaltpressgrenze und das ist fast Körpertemperatur. Wir haben innen gemessen, mit Loch und Sensor und haben 60-90°C gemessen, wenn der Bereich eintraf, an dem überhaupt erst mal Öl geflossen ist. War es nämlich zu kalt, Brachte die Piteba fast kein Öl zu Tage. Insgesamt ist sie zudem eine absolut mühsame Angelegenheit. Ich betrachte die Tabelle auf der Homepage über die Ölausbeute als gelogen, da selbst andere Hersteller gerade mal auf 75% dieser Werte kommen und das unter viel drastischeren Pressmethoden, die in keinem Falle kalt gepresstes Öl erzeugen. Es ist heute üblich, dass Hersteller ihren Plunder vermarkten, weil sie Wissen dass sie selten oder nie verklagt werden, allein weil sie oder der Kunde im Ausland sitzt oder weil man jedem fehlerhafte Bedienung erklärt zum Schluss, auch wenn dies eine erneute Lüge ist. Viele kaufen sie und kaum einer kommt zum Ziel mit ihr, was die Foren ergaben. Diese Presse ist zwar billig, aber nur ein schrottreifes Probierobjekt und gleich gar nichts zum kalten pressen. Nicht kalt gepresstes Öl verstopft den Körper und die Kapillaren. Die Ölmühle betrachte ich daher nach ergiebigem Test als absoluten Ausschuss !

  3. 3 Peter October 31, 2009 at 2:48 am

    When I read what is know about some pressing oil and write to me badly. Once it is known that only 15% of people use logical thinking for what they do does not surprise me so. I tried the Piteba mill. It was the sheer mess.
    Even we could not do without fire, with fire it is hot enough to negate the cold pressing on. 40 ° C is the Kaltpressgrenze and that’s almost body temperature. We have measured the inside, with hole and have the sensor and measured 60-90 ° C, where the area arrived at the shed is at all times until oil. Was it that is too cold, Did the Piteba almost no oil to light. Overall, it is also an absolutely tedious affair. I look at the table on the homepage of the oil recovery as a lie, even when other manufacturers are just on 75% of these values and generate the press under much more drastic methods, which in any case, cold-pressed oil. It is now common for manufacturers to market their rubbish because they know that they rarely or never be sued, but because the customer is abroad, or sits or because any incorrect operation declared a conclusion, even though this is a new lie. Many buy them, and hardly anyone comes to the goal with her, which resulted in the forums. This press release is not cheap, but only a scrap presses mature tasting the same object, and nothing to the cold. Not cold-pressed oil clogs the body and the capillaries. The oil mill, I consider, therefore, after heavy testing as an absolute Committee!


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