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Coffee Roasting Plant assisted by Vortex Slide Gates
Coffee Roasting Plant assisted by Vortex Slide Gates
Several years ago, Adams Industrievertretungen – a representative agent for Vortex Global – was approached by a systems group to discuss a new original equipment manufacturer (OEM) opportunity. This particular systems group specializes in the design and construction of roasters and other coffee processing systems. Typically, this systems group would construct their own simple gate valves for use in their coffee roasting systems. But after attending an exhibition where Vortex products were on display, they became interested in Vortex design. In particular, they were impressed with the Orifice Gate. With that, the systems group contacted Adams Industrievertretungen to request a trial order of Vortex Orifice Gates, to be integrated within their coffee roasting systems. Quantity: 2 Vortex Orifice Gates • Size: 200 mm • Designed for indoor service • Gate body constructed from painted carbon steel • Gate blade & material contact areas constructed from
10.12.2018  |  6847x  |  Product news  | 
ACO AMMS moisture sensor Moisture measurement for coffeebeans in jute sacks
ACO AMMS moisture sensor
Moisture measurement for coffeebeans in jute sacks The AMMS sensor with its integrated microprocessor establishes a transition between the DMMS system and the analog moisture measuring sensor MMS. Besides a power supply, this sensor only needs a display or a PLC which is waiting for its measuring value. The AMMS sensor has been designed for applications which do not need a multi-pieced system but benefit of a precise on-line calibration that is able to compensate the influences of the installation. It’s also possible to calibrate the AMMS sensor directly by an integrated rotary encoder. This work actually takes place before the sensor has been installed. Measurable materials: biomass, pellets, wood chips, wood shavings, wood boards, firewood, coffee beans, cocoa beans, salt, paper, grain, corn, wheat, concrete, sand, ash, recycling glass, plastic, peat and much more! Don’t you know if your material is measurable? We examine your material in our in-house laboratory. Please do not hesitate to contact us!
12.09.2017  |  13663x  |  Product news  |   | 
Nestlé chooses Copal Development Bags handling line, the solution for automatic unloading and palletizing of jute bags
Nestlé chooses Copal Development
Bags handling line, the solution for automatic unloading and palletizing of jute bags Nestlé, the largest food company in the world and leader in the field of Nutrition, Health & Wellness and Copal Development B.V. have signed a contract regarding a solution for the automatic unloading and palletizing of jute bags filled with coffee beans. Unloading, palletizing and sampling This so-called ‘Bags handling line’, has been developed by Copal Development B.V., in close cooperation with Symach B.V. and Wemo-Techniek. The system unloads jute bags from containers effortlessly, detects humidity, takes samples of the content and automatically palletizes the bags with a high stacking quality. Next to that, rejected bags, due to humidity or damage, will be automatically separated from the line. Reducing operational costs This is a unique and innovative solution for a well-known worldwide problem: heavy physical work when unloading and palletizing bags out of containers. The bags handling line is operated by just one employee, which ensures process
16.06.2015  |  5863x  |  Product news  | 
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