The P91 pluka offers an improved specification and has more features than the P7 or P71.
The pluka plucking head specification:
- 0.5HP/0.37KW European made electric motor fitted with a 2m cable with a UK/EU plug.
- Rigid but lightweight aluminium constructed stand with height and levelling adjustable
- On/Off switch with ‘no volt’ release safety function
- Net weight – 25kg
- High impact PC-ABS plastic mouldings
- Reduced RPM plucking head means less maintenance and longer lasting parts
- Nine long lasting stainless steel dishes with a case hardened drive shaft
- Improved springs and bearings.
- Less noisy than the P7, P71 but still loud enough for over-ear defenders (included).
The Feather Collector is now part of the same unit but has a separate power supply, its specification:
- Twin 1.1HP / 1000w electric motors fitted with a 2m cable and a UK/EU plug.
- Fibreglass, steel and aluminium construction.
- Feather bags are easily changed (2x plastic feather bags included).
- No bugs, dust or nasties released into the air with a dual stage air filter.
- Easy to reach On/Off switch.
“A lot quicker and cleaner than hand plucking my 12lb table bird poultry” – Mark, Norfolk, England.
“The P91 is a fantastic machine! It takes Becky about one minute to pluck a quail but she isn’t used to it yet. But what is so handy to me is standing back five feet and seeing absolutely no dust in the air, period! When she finished doing about 20 there were a few feathers that fell straight down below the intake, but with the vacuum, dust has no chance of escaping. Very impressive, well built tool!” – Bill, El Paso, USA.
“The company’s overall performance as a supplier is very good and the performance of the P91 is first class. I got a P91 at the back end of the season, so I have not used it to full advantage. I have used wet pluckers in the past and they don’t work for game. The P91 is a dry plucking machine and works well with pheasants and ducks. It does what it says on the tin. The design is first class, it looks professional and Andrew could not be more helpful.” John, Perthshire, Scotland.