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Switchgear Room Locations at Feed Mill Facilities
Switchgear rooms within Feed Mills should be sited in locations which will minimize exposure to grain explosion hazards while maximizing personnel safety during operations and maintenance.

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How To Plan A Slip Construction Build
Let’s start out with an extremely generalized definition of “slip construction.” This type of construction involves the continuous pouring of concrete into a moving form—the key word being “continuous.” Ideally the pour should be non-stop until complete in order to maintain and achieve optimum continuity.

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Steam Quality and Feed Pelleting
One of the great challenges of animal feed processing is to effectively condition your mash prior to further processing. To accomplish this you must transfer the required heat and moisture from your steam into your mash feed in the time allowed by your conditioner.

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How To Get the Most Out of Your Feed Mill Operation
Many input costs cannot be controlled by the feed mill management team. What this team can do is to be sure their operation is operating at maximum efficiency or maximum utilization of current assets.

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What You Need to Know About Bucket Elevators
Bucket elevators are commonly used for moving flowable bulk materials vertically. Bucket elevators can move a variety of bulk materials efficiently, those with low to high densities and fine to large particle sizes.

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Drag Conveyor

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Drag Conveyor Basic Design Fundamentals — Part II
Whatever style of drag conveyor you have (round bottom, flat bottom or tubular) it is made up of these basic components: Housing/Trough, Chain and Paddles Unit, Head Section, Tail Section, Drive and Motor, and Accessories/Ancillary Devices.

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