August 18, 2015

18/08/2015: 2015 Product Showcase - continued

First published in Milling and Grain, May 2015
     
http://issuu.com/gfmt/docs/mag1505_w1/34
Satake RGBS optical sorter 
Satake has introduced the new RGBS optical sorter. This large capacity colour sorter features advanced RGB cameras and Smart Sensitivity sorting technology. It is ideally suited to sort cereals, pulses in a plant environment. The full-colour cameras recognize 16 million subtle colour differences contributing to food security and improving the grains appearance. 

The new user interface design has individual sensitivity adjustments for specific defects. This simple sorting control makes it easy for the operator to achieve maximum sorting performance with minimum training. New extra width chutes provide high processing capacity and the option of a simultaneous tertiary sort offers higher yield. The reverse sort option provides an additional function for reclaiming good product from the reject. Available in two frame sizes (RGBS 3000 and 5000) the RGBS is the latest addition to the range of Satake full colour sorters to compliment the Evolution and Pikasen.
www.satake-group.com 
         

http://issuu.com/gfmt/docs/mag1505_w1/34
NexGen 3150 Commercial Sweep 
Hutchinson, a division of Global Industries, Inc., recently introduced the NexGen 3150 Commercial Sweep that combines a powerful four-wheel drive tractor with a unique modular design that allows adaptation to silo diameters from 14.63 m to 45.72 m. The NexGen3150 boasts capacities from 200-400 MTPH with 45.7.cm O.D. X 10 mm thick flighting. Additionally, the 10:1 gear reducer delivers up to 40 kilowatts of power to the 3150 auger, enabling it to handle the toughest jobs with ease. 

The NexGen3150 comes standard with a sophisticated Control Systems Box featuring advanced touchscreen technology, offering customers the speed and convenience of Zero Silo Entry with totally automated operations. Users can switch to manual operation when needed, and can control start, stop, flight speed and reverse options through the user-friendly control panel. Other system functions, including current sweep position, can also be monitored via the innovative control panel. 

The NexGen 3150 can also be equipped with Hutchinson’s “Tru-Klean” Chain & Paddle Drag System. When mounted directly behind the NexGen 3150 auger, the Tru-Klean system delivers a nearly broom swept finish to interior silo floors. Today’s operators need to maximise the efficiency of their grain operations to stay competitive. The NexGen 3150 combines the capacity, power, performance, technology and rugged construction required to keep operations flowing while providing years of reliable and problem-free service.
www.globalindinc.com 
     

http://issuu.com/gfmt/docs/mag1505_w1/34
Storage solutions 
The main trends in the grain storage industry are: Increase in demand for grain storage, increase in demand for silos of bigger capacities, flexibility in design, growing importance of safe storage, government-becked silos and competitive prices. Therefore, Silos Cordoba use a new coating, Z-600, and has developed a new model of silo, the model 41.25. These are the biggest silos that has ever been assembled by Silos Cordoba and the biggest silos assembled in Europe.
www.siloscordoba.com 
       

http://issuu.com/gfmt/docs/mag1505_w1/34
Vega Grain Classifier 
Vega High Performance Grain Classifier: efficient cleaning, high throughput rate, and low energy consumption. With its new solution for cleaning and classifying of wheat, rye, oat, rice, maize, and barley Bühler combines several advantages in a single machine: a high throughput rate, a compact and robust design as well as an easy exchange of sieves. Furthermore, the machine has a considerably lower energy consumption than comparable solutions on the market.
www.buhlergroup.com      
 


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