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Grading – what operators need to know

The most important measure when grading is the selectivity, i.e. how precisely the individual particle sizes are separated from one another. In our latest guide, you can learn more about which factors are decisive when trying to get the highest level of selectivity possible, and which criteria are important when purchasing a grading screening machine. more


Safe, dust-free and hygienic:
big bag emptying solution with integrated protective screening

Whoever wants to protect their production equipment from foreign objects uses protective sieves after the raw-material output. In our latest technical report from the food industry, we detail how all those who want to integrate this process step into a Big Bag emptying station can do so in a manner that saves space and complies with the Hygienic Design. more


Dosage for small quantities of product
Mobile filling station increases flexibility

To modify a Big Bag station in order to also allow small containers to be filled is usually complicated and very costly. That this doesn’t have to be the case has been proven by a current job contract about a mobile filling installation for small containers, which can simply be installed in to the already existing Big Bag filling stations. more


Certainly Worth a Try

Technical center tests are an excellent way of simulating specific tasks and of testing the extent to which machines will provide the best possible results in real operation later on. Our Technical Center Manager Johannes Krusch can tell you when tests are helpful, how you can recognize a good experimental set-up, and what you as the operator can contribute to a successful test. more


Only picking by hand is gentler: The separation of coarse and small particles in tea manufacturing

Screening machines are being used before the packaging of tea to assure that no plant stems or even bits of plastic or metal get inside the teabags. It requires a particularly gently screening solution to separate the tea from all coarse and dust particles, without damaging the leaves. more

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