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Air classifier

Identification of Facility
TitleAir classifier
AcronymAir classifier
Key wordsclassifier, mill, particle size, Particle size distribution, separation, powder
Latest version2012/05/16
ManufacturerHosokawa Alpine AG
Model100 AFG
DescriptionHosokawa 100-AFG air classifier

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The multi process system includes:

  • air classifier (50 ATP)
  • jet mill (100 AFG)
  • impact mill (50 ZPS)
  • pin mill (100 UPZ)
  • plate beater (100 UPZ)
  • beater disc (100 UPZ)
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Possibilities and limitsMinimal amount of treated product: 250 g

Application
Application fields Fileds:
  • Legumes/Pulses
  • Grains
Application examples Examples:
  • Pea
  • Lupin
  • Oat
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Title
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Accessibility & Support Service
Access conditions
Access conditions further comments Please contact Wageningen UR Food & Biobased Research to discuss the possibilities
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Training
Training further comments
Technical help
Technical help further comments

Contact data
Contact person Remco Hamoen
Institute/company Wageningen UR - FBR
Country Netherlands
Address Bornse weilanden 9, 6708 WG Wageningen, Netherlands

100 AFG Air classifier Air classifier classifier, mill, particle size, Particle size distribution, separation, powder 2012/05/16 Hosokawa Alpine AG 100 AFG Hosokawa 100-AFG air classifier

Multimolen 1.jpg

The multi process system includes:

  • air classifier (50 ATP)
  • jet mill (100 AFG)
  • impact mill (50 ZPS)
  • pin mill (100 UPZ)
  • plate beater (100 UPZ)
  • beater disc (100 UPZ)

Minimal amount of treated product: 250 g


Fileds:

  • Legumes/Pulses
  • Grains

Examples:

  • Pea
  • Lupin
  • Oat

Please contact Wageningen UR Food & Biobased Research to discuss the possibilities




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Created by Hamoen on 21 June 2012, at 20:25