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Thorough grain cleaning

In the circulation of grain, it is often necessary to clean it with special care. First of all, the seed material needs such cleaning, which ensures the guarantee of good germination and yield. For sowing, the seed grain must not only be cleaned well, but also the most complete and complete fractions must be selected from the grain mixture. In retail outlets, whole grains of a number of crops are sold in packaged form for direct consumption, for example, by sprouting or grinding into flour at home. Chickpeas, beans, lupines, beans, flax seeds in most cases are used to prepare various dishes, also in an unprocessed form. Roasted confectionery sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, peanuts are also directly consumed as food. It is quite clear that such grain should have the best consumer properties and the best marketable appearance, which is also achieved by its thorough cleaning, the separation of certain fractions by size, and sometimes even by the degree of roughness or color of the surface.

Scheme of technological lines for thorough cleaning of grain

Рис. 1

The general schematic diagram of technological lines for thorough cleaning of grain is shown in Fig. 1 Depending on the specific goals of cleaning grain of different crops, the processes of cleaning them can be more developed, less developed, or exclude some operations. As a rule, technological lines are initially created to solve a wide range of cleaning tasks, and the achievement of each specific task is achieved by the selection of the working bodies of the machines and their adjustment.

Линия тщательной очистки зерна

Рис. 2

The layout solutions of the lines for thorough cleaning of grain can be very different. The need to use the existing premises often predetermines the number of storeys and features of the placement of technological, transport, and aspiration equipment. At the same time, we have developed a standard version of installation of lines for thorough cleaning of grain in any warehouse type premises (Fig. 2), which greatly simplifies their arrangement and reduces the time required for this.