Simply unique and “brilliant”. Two adjectives that truly describe this grain sterilizer, which, with special tempered steel tools, improves the technical performance of an entire milling plant. We have called it Sterilizer, as it can eliminate most of the mycotoxines, bacteria, fungi and all impurities that reduce flour quality.
This machine is used for length grading of all granular materials, such as wheat, oat, maize, rice, lentils, etc. from unwanted elements as well as for the extraction of short or long admixtures. The size of grains can vary between 1.0 mm and 24 mm. Depending on the required grading the incoming product is sorted according to roundness or length. Working principle: The product passes from the inlet housing into the interior of the rotating cylinder, the cover of which is provided with impressed pockets or so-called indents. The grains that embed themselves in the indents fall out of the pockets into the trough and are discharged by a screw conveyor, while all grains which are larger than the indents remain inside the shell and are carried to the outlet where the shell empties into the outlet casing.
Machine with stone tools that can remove great quantities of bran, improving the production capacity and performance of each plant, whether dedicated to milling durum wheat or soft-hard wheat. A decade’s experience has led to the development of “Dante”, with 8 stone wheels and an electro-mechanical actuator managed by plc that allows you to decide how long the product remains in the machine!
It separates light impurities contained in the grain with a variable speed air flow. Thanks to recirculation, provides excellent functionality and energy savings efficiency and effectiveness, because air is always recycled.
This machine has the function to remove from the cereals the light impurities such as dust, straws, empty grains and light seeds. By difference specific weight, the impurities are removed from the cereals stream, and sent into a cyclone or a filter unit, the cleaned cereal is moved to the following processing stages.