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Instructions For Russell Finex Liquid Solid Separator (LSS)

Instructions For Russell Finex Liquid Solid Separator (LSS)

Testing and Initial Setup Instructions For Russell Finex's Liquid Solid Separator TLDR/Overview 60% liquid to 40% solids ratio is usually optimalMinimum flow is 10 gal./min.Max pressure is 70 psi, max temp is 176°FScreen should be set in water if not run for more than...

Metal Detectors vs. X-Ray For Food Inspection

Metal Detectors vs. X-Ray For Food Inspection

Choosing between X-ray inspection systems and metal detectors depends on several factors, including the types of contaminants you need to detect, the range of materials you're inspecting, and specific industry or product requirements. Both...

Circular Vs. Rectangular Vibratory Screeners

Circular Vs. Rectangular Vibratory Screeners

For most food and pharma applications, circular vibratory screeners are preferable to rectangular. They're gentler, more efficient, continuous, and able to be hygienic. The only times rectangular vibratory screener are used are when equipment...

Dense Phase vs Dilute Phase Pneumatic Systems

Dense Phase vs Dilute Phase Pneumatic Systems

Pneumatic conveying systems use combination through a pipeline to transport bulk materials such as powders, granules, and pellets. Depending on the application, two types of pneumatic conveying systems are commonly used: dense phase and dilute...

How Safe is X-Ray Inspection of Food

How Safe is X-Ray Inspection of Food

X-ray inspection for food is completely safe for detecting foreign objects and contaminants in food products. It uses low-dose X-rays to create images of the food, which are then analyzed by a computer to detect any abnormalities. This method is non-destructive and does not alter the food in any way.

Physical Contamination

Physical Contamination

Physical contamination, or “foreign material”, refers to the presence of any object or material in food that is not supposed to be there such as rock, glass, metal, plastic, or other contaminants. Physical contaminants can enter food products during the harvesting, manufacturing, packaging, or handling processes.

Comparing The Most Common Types of Mills

Comparing The Most Common Types of Mills

There are several types of mills that are used for size reduction of materials, including roller mills, hammer mills, pin mills, disc mills, and cone mills. Each type of mill has its own specific features and characteristics, and is more suitable for certain types of materials…

Beginner’s Guide To Grain Handling

Beginner’s Guide To Grain Handling

ABM Equipment's Beginner's Guide To Grain Handling Want to skip the reading and talk to someone? Fill out the form or call 360-558-7156. Otherwise, scroll down!Get The Most Out Of Your Grain Originally created as a forum FAQ, this guide provides a high-level...