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09-10-2008  |  5788x
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Soymilk

7% more yield

For the production of Soymilk Urschel has now designed a 2 in 1 milling system. The soaked or non-soaked beans are being pump fed to the machine with the required quantity of water. Through the impeller the beans are propelled along the tungsten carbide cutting blades producing very small particles. This is done at an impeller speed of 9,000 rpm creating a centrifugal force of over 14,000 gs on the beans. The impeller blades are shaped in a way that by the enormous centrifugal force the first size reduction takes place; the blades in the microcut head make the final size reduction resulting in uniform particles with a nice peak in the particle size distribution. This peak means there are no big particles and make the extraction maximal. There are also no very small particles causing sedimentation after the decanter has seperated particles from liquid. The result is an increase in yield of upto 7% and no sediment. The capacity of the Comitrol Processor Model 9300 is upto 16,000 liters per hour, but smaller machines are available.

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