Danmant, based on the mill industry, has developed an automatic ash regulation, which enables mills and other industries to better utilize their resources by producing the maximum limit for ash or protein. It offers several advantages, such as a higher yield. Automatic ash adjustment, which automatically cuts flour passages all the way to or somewhere in between in either 1 grade or 2 grade to reach the maximum limit of ash percentage according to sales agreement in the finished flour.The solution is tailored to individual needs and can also be adapted to other products / industries.During production, a controller receives measurement results from an NIR sensor in-line, which measures the ashes percentage of the flour, protein content and water percentage in real time. A predetermined value is retrieved / entered in the controller, which via folding boxes with stepless actuator turns the flap to 1 grade and 2 grade, respectively, depending on the total ash percentage. Typically 5 - 10 2-way diverters will be linked, which are prioritized in a fixed order, for example. No. 1 is first picked in 2 grade flour, then No. 2, etc. The order is set as No. 1 with the highest ash percentage, No. 2 with second highest etc. Alternatively, the order can be set by influence (ash percentage and capacity) on the ash finish percentage.The controller transmits results to the master operating system and alarm can be given, for example. ash percentage rises quickly, maximum limit can not be met.
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