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Preparation Work Before Maize Milling Machine Working

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Dec 25, 2014 5:03 am

What kind of preparation work should we do before maize milling machine working? Under many circumstances, before maize milling machine working, we should clean the corn first.
1. The impurities in the corn may increase the processing material weight and corn volume so as to increase transportation and storage time.
2. The corn impurities can affect corn safety storage, and even bring big damage to corn flour processing, which will directly affect our sales cost and benefits.

Therefore, it can improve MAIZE MILLING MACHINE working efficiency and ensure production safety by corn cleaning. Besides, it can improve corn products purity, ensure our health, reduce transportation and storage charges and realize safe storage.

If there has big and light impurities, such as straw, weeds, paper scraps and hemp rope in the corn, it may easily block the running piping, hamper normal production, or block the feeding mechanism of maize milling machine, which can make the feeding uneven, reduce the feeding rate, the technological efficiency and the processing capacity in maize milling machine working. Sometimes, it may block the sieve pore, and make the corn mix with big impurities, which will cause corn waste.

From the above, we know that we need to clean corn before maize milling machine working. This is a necessary step before maize milling machine working. To ensure normal maize milling machine working, we should pay attention to this. 
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Dec 4, 2015 9:46 am

When it comes to any type of perishable food, it’s important to have a robust and secure self storage facility in place. Any lapse in storage procedures or environment quality even in the storage itself can affect the entire harvest and the profit margins in return!