Gravity spiral separators for cleaning soybeans

Fabian von Beesten
Posted: 19.05.2021
In this Taifun Soy Info, Taifun Tofu describes the gravity spiral separator for soybeans, which is not a precision device - but it trumps with its simple construction, great robustness, simple operation and a very favourable price. Many years of use with professional soybean processors show that gravity spiral separators can be used as a supplement to conventional cleaning devices. Especially when it is necessary to separate straw, hulls, sclerotia, maize or broken grain from otherwise completely cleaned beans without much effort and without damaging the grain, the machine can do a good job. This article sets out the functionality and technical details as well as test results from implementations of gravity spiral separators.
  • Fabian von Beesten
  • Taifun
  • 2014
  • In this Taifun Soy Info, Taifun Tofu describes the gravity spiral separator for soybeans, which is not a precision device - but it trumps with its simple construction, great robustness, simple operation and a very favourable price.

    Many years of use with professional soybean processors show that gravity spiral separators can be used as a supplement to conventional cleaning devices. Especially when it is necessary to separate straw, hulls, sclerotia, maize or broken grain from otherwise completely cleaned beans without much effort and without damaging the grain, the machine can do a good job. This article sets out the functionality and technical details as well as test results from implementations of gravity spiral separators.

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Authors: Fabian von Beesten
Acknowledgement: Funded by the Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture on the basis of a resolution of the German Bundestag within the framework of the BMEL Protein Plant Strategy. This publication was translated within the Legumes Translated project funded by the European Union through Horizon 2020, Project Grant Number 817634.

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