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Discussion created on March 6, 2021
Hello, I have a corn flaking line with 5 to 6 ton/hr capacity steam chest size 13T my steam boiler has the capacity of 3500 kg/hr the boiler is servicing simultaneously a pellet line of 4 ton/hr and the dryer of the flakes is my boiler oversized?
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Discussion created on June 25, 2019
Hello, Any advice on cleaning procedure for pad mixers. Mixer has a small door and wont allow human access inside. Is the specific cleaning material I can fill the mixer with and keep mixer on for a while for cleaning? Mixer is 500 kg mixer for pelletizer. Thanks in advance.
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Discussion created on March 10, 2019
Dear all, In the aim to create a full ration mix that includes ( pellets + flakes + forage ) What is the best type of mixer to use in order to avoid flake and pellet from breaking. Regards
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Discussion created on March 5, 2019
I am having issue with jelly corn on the roller of the flakes, which is causing me to stop production and clean the roller to be able to continue production tempering corn 4 hours steam conditioning 30 min roller gap 0.3 mm mill capacity 5ton/hr. Any suggestions?
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Participation in Forum on February 17, 2019
Mario E Tobar Jaramillo Corn Flake experience While corn is conveyed to the steam chest they are sprinkled with waterSteam chest takes around 2 hours to reach its maximum level After 1 hour steam valves are open gradually (4 levels) 12 min between each starting from bottom till topAfter 50 min of total steam time flaking starts and the line runs continuously I got good quality flakes with final mo ...
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Participation in Forum on January 29, 2019
Mark Heimann Thank you very much for these useful tips This is what i did in my last batch : Corn passing thru water sprinklers bypassed the holding bin and directly stored in the steam chamber After 2 hours the chamber is full After aditional 2 hours steam is introduced for 40 min Then flaking starts In order to prevent roller sticking I had to increse the roller gap resulting in 2 mm flake thi ...
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Mohamad Kamareddine likes the comment:
Most flaking mills designed for steam flaking grain will include scraper blades (sometimes referred to as doctor blades) that will continuously clean the surface of the rolls and prevent material from sticking. Properly conditioned corn will be sticky and normally requires a properly functioning scraper blade to keep the roll surface clean. Tempering prior to steam conditioning can be a very use ...
Mohamad Kamareddine likes the comment:
Dear Mr. M. Kamareddine;Greetings from Texas my Dear Friend and I appreciate the opportunity to be of assistance to you regarding the best way to properly cook or condition corn and produce the best and most nutritious corn flakes for animal feed rations.I have been associated with Ferrell Ross for more than 35 years and involved personally in supplying many corn flake feed systems in the USA, Mex ...
Participation in Forum on January 23, 2019
Enrique Diaz ; corrugated
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Participation in Forum on January 23, 2019
Enrique Diaz ; 14% moisture of corn is the corn as raw material before tempering, currently what I am doing is the following: the corn passes thru a chain conveyor while sprinkling water on the corn then the corn passes thru the holding bin to the chest directly (I have two holding bins 10 T each , but I am bypassing the first batch and holding the corn inside the chest itself) after 4 hours steam ...
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