Clean Bato trays for your strawberry plants

Hygiene is an important aspect when propagating young strawberry plants in Bato trays. You want to keep your plants in the best possible condition and prevent diseases and moulds such as Phytophthora that can affect the plants. Phytophthora is a mould that forms spores that can survive in the soil or in infected material.

How can you prevent undesirable pathogens in your products? It all starts with using clean trays for every propagation cycle. The tray washer from Limex is the solution.

The solution: the tray washer

Limex developed the tray washer especially to clean Bato trays.
This machine can be used with pre-rinse (high pressure) and main wash (hot water) functions. When the washing process is complete, the trays will be free of moulds and bacteria. The trays are now ready for re-use. Depending on your requirements, Limex can supply machines with capacities of 200 to 1000 units per hour.

Benefits for strawberry plant growers

Using a Limex tray washer offers various benefits, such as:
• clean Bato trays, free of moulds, soil and plant residues.
• easy to clean
• energy saving settings for water circulation, thermal energy and cleaning agents.

Crate washers for rent

Did you know that our machines can also be rented? The perfect solution for seasonal produce or peaks.

Do you want clean Bato trays?

Call us on +31 (0)773074412, or send an e-mail to We are happy to help you find the solution.

Why Limex?
Limex has more than 32 years of experience in cleaning reusable containers and packaging for the vegetable and plant sectors. We have continually expanded our knowledge of washing processes during that period. Limex is aware of all the latest developments and understands the challenges you face. Our solutions are therefore always engineered to suit your specific situation.
Improving washing processes through development and innovation.
Limex has its own R&D department that is dedicated to innovation and process improvements. For example applying foaming disinfectants to realise a longer contact time. Watch the film here.
Can the use of chemicals be avoided in the future? For example, to remove viruses? Read more in this article published in Greenity