Whilst processing cereal crops, nuts, and pulses, moisture measurement can take place in several stages, such as raw material intake, conditioning, drying, milling/grinding, and packaging.
Measuring the moisture allows the producer to optimise milling and grinding performance, reduce the amount of energy required to dry the material and ultimately improve the shelf-life and consistency of the final product.
- Increase overall equipment effectiveness
- Reduce unplanned downtime
- Lower carbon footprint
- Save energy
- Less waste
- Consistent final products
- Increase production yield through efficient use of material
- Online instant monitoring eliminates manual testing
- Reduce waste and energy
- Automate processes
Return On Investment
- Average ROI in 3 months
- No need for expensive ongoing maintenance contracts
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