One of the most frustrating problems with commercial drum style pea hullers is that they bruise the peas and beans because of the way they break open the pods. Basically the drum rolls over the pea pods and forces the peas or bean out by beating the pods up. The peas may look fine after shelling and at the point of sale, but in the freezer a few weeks later they look bruised. Not anymore with the TaMaCo 515.
Over fifty years of engineering and research went into developing the unique "Points of Contact" design of the TaMaCo 515. To break open the pods and minimize bruising, the commercial bean sheller coaxes the pea pods open to spill the beans. No more beating the hull into submission. With 99 "Points of Contact," the TaMaCo 515, yields in the 98% range. Higher yields equal higher profits.
The best information about the TaMaCo 515 is found on our sister site at the following link: Commercial Pea Sheller