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Thread: Stainless steel screw conveyors with steamed wall and screw

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    jzamora, Peru Guest

    Stainless steel screw conveyors with steamed wall and screw

    We are in the food ingredients business and require a stainless steel screw conveyor that has steamed walls and screw in order to heat the material as it is transported. Where can we get such equipment? Where can we search to seek used equipment of this type?

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    M. Pickering Guest

    screw conveyors

    We are specialised in enclosed conveying and storage systems. We design and produce a lot of shafted and shaft less screw conveyors;
    - horizontal
    - vertical
    - diagonal
    - screw mixers
    - discharge systems (live bottoms)
    - cooling screw conveyors
    - heating screw conveyors
    - holding time screw conveyors

    On our website we do not have any information about heating screw conveyors, but you can get a first impression of our experience in the field of screw conveyors.

    You can visit our website on www.spaans-bhs.nl

    Best regards,

    M. Pickering

    Spaans Bulk Handling Systems
    E-mail: m.pickering@spaans-bhs.nl

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    tklock Guest

    stainless screws

    I would love to quote the stainless food grade conveyor system. Thomas & Muller Systems has over 50 years experience in mechanical bulk material conveying industry. We design, engineer, and fabricate conveyor systems- screw conveyors/feeders, belt & drag conveyors, and bucket elevators. Our experience in materials ranges from powdered drink mix to
    thixotropic sludge.Check out our website @ www.thomasandmuller.com to get more information regarding our company.

    I look forward to hearing from you.

    Tom Thomas
    tomthomas@thomasandmuller.com

  4. Heated Screw Conveyors

    I would not wish to overwhelme you with offers but www.ajax.co.uk will show that we specialise in screw type equipment and have extensive experience in jacketed screw conveyors.

    In general, all direct surface heat transfer devices to loose solids tend to be limited by the difficult of heat diffusion through the bulk and the insulating characteristics of an dead layers, as may be present in the lower sections of conventioan screw conveyors. For this reason, we tend to treat each application on merit and seel to maximise the 'wiped surface' area and introduce thermal homogination by way of introducing convective mixing in transit.

    We would be pleased to examine your particular requirements and put forward our recommendations.

    Lyn Bates

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    jzamora, Peru Guest

    Re: Heated Screw Conveyors

    We are looking for a jacketed screw conveyor in order to move 1 mt/Hr of seed material and at the same time we would like to take the material from ambient temperature to 100 C and make sure that at the end of the process the material remains exposed at 100 C for at least 1 minute. We need a stainless steel solution given the nature of the food products we are processing.

    We did evaluate the information in your web site and found it quite interesting. While we are looking for new equipment we would also consider a used/modified equipment solution.

    Jesus Zamora-Leon

    Originally posted by Lyn Bates
    I would not wish to overwhelme you with offers but www.ajax.co.uk will show that we specialise in screw type equipment and have extensive experience in jacketed screw conveyors.

    In general, all direct surface heat transfer devices to loose solids tend to be limited by the difficult of heat diffusion through the bulk and the insulating characteristics of an dead layers, as may be present in the lower sections of conventioan screw conveyors. For this reason, we tend to treat each application on merit and seel to maximise the 'wiped surface' area and introduce thermal homogination by way of introducing convective mixing in transit.

    We would be pleased to examine your particular requirements and put forward our recommendations.

    Lyn Bates

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