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As a soybean seedsman
your primary concern has to be profit. That means increased capacity, efficient
removal of all impurities including misshapen, cracked and split soybean seeds,
and improved vigor and germination of a seed lot.
spiral gives you that profit. In fact,
no other soybean cleaner comes close to matching the overall performance of the
AMOS spiral. Independent University tests have shown that the AMOS spiral
separator easily cleans up to 300% more seed than conventional spirals. Plus,
since each seed lot differs, you can fine-tune your spirals for precision
operations Our spiral has also proven superior in separating corn from
Spiral Separator will clean any product
that can be gravity flowed through spirals, separated by density and shape, such
- Corn from beans
If you have another product not
listed here, we'd be happy to test its potential in our system.
Single intake with standard clamp ring.
Seed divides equally to the four spirals
Replaceable spirals; easily replaced when worn
Rubber lining for long wear, quiet operation and gentle
Sliding baffle plate to allow user to reduce cleanout of flatter
High capacity- University trial rate our separators capacity 300%
greater than conventional spirals
This Separator is used from removing giant
morning glory from soybeans, mustard, wild peas, vetch, cockle, soybeans or any
round seed from wheat, rye, barley, oats, flaxseed and other grains, screening
Operates by gravity... The
double separator contains two units of spirals fed from a large hopper at the
top, with an adjustable feed plate for each unit. The seed leaving the hopper
runs over a cone divider which spreads the feed evenly to each of the five
flights in each unit. Going down the flights the round kernels travel at a much
faster speed than the kernels which are not round. Their momentum increases
until the round seeds run over the edge of the inner spirals, drop into the
outer spiral, and discharge through a spout at the bottom side of the machine.
The non-round seed remains on the small flights and slides down to a separate
discharge spout at the bottom center of the unit.
Since there are no moving parts,
no power is required to operate the machine. When the feed has been properly
set, the separator continues to operate automatically as long as there is grain
in the hopper.
Constructed of galvanized steel in a strong robust