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Conveying and dosing in the food sector

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Conveying and dosing in the food sector

Conveying and dosing in the food sector

Conveying and dosing of powders and solids in the food sector

In regards to bulk goods the food industry is very interesting because hardly any other sector can offer such a variety of different powders, granules and bulk or piece goods.

A wide variety of handling tasks for example the finest powders, corn starch, spices, mushrooms and even bacon cubes. In terms of process technology, the methods for transport and dosing are as diverse as the products themselves.

Purely mechanical conveyor systems often reach their limits, be it for hygienic reasons or for explosion protection reasons. A simple screw conveyor, for example, conveys product, but it never gets completely empty and is difficult to clean.

At the same time,  granulated sugar, for example, places so much stress on the mechanical system that powdered sugar is produced, which in turn has a very low minimum ignition energy (MIE), which increases the risk of explosion. Vanillin powder tends to form lumps in dosing screws, which can undoubtedly disrupt the subsequent mixing process. Vacuum conveyors in combination with vibratory feeders can elegantly solve these problems.


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