Unlike conventional systems that employ rotary motion to separate chips, the tna roflo VMCS 3 uses vibratory motion to separate large chips from small chips to maximize packaging efficiencies and speeds. The vibratory motion gently conveys product across a cascading chip-sizing screen mounted on a shallow conveying pan. Smaller chips pass through the screen to the lower level, while larger chips continue on to the higher level — each toward their designated bagging stations. The removable screens maintain product quality and ensure no product blockages during sizing. Because the chip-sizing screens are also interchangeable, they can be customized for various sizes to accommodate a wide range of ratios between small and large chips. The system can also sort other root vegetable chips and fruit snacks.
Chip sizer uses vibratory motion
Limits maintenance requirements
Mar 4th, 2018
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