Flour Processing Basics

Following whole-grain cleaning operations, those meant to separate seeds, bran and germ from the whole grain, and to remove foreign materials via rotating drums, magnetic separators, aspirators, de-stoners, and varying additional separation methodologies, the wheat, then tempered and soaking for up to 24 hours, conditions the grain for the grinding/milling processes. Grinding Modern milling processes […]

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International Powder & Bulk Solids Conference and Exhibition

On April 24-26, CMS will be joining professionals from all over the world at the International Powder & Bulk Solids Conference and Exhibition, also known as The Powder Show. In attendance will be notable industry leaders in the processing and bulk handling community. Together, we will: • Share ideas and deepen industry knowledge • Explore […]

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The Hammer Mill and Pharmaceutical Production

No pharmaceutical processing facility is complete without the Hammer Mill. Versatile and requiring relatively small footprints, hammer mills are suitable for product development and production of coarse through ultra-fine powder production. Hammer Mills can also be equipped with integrated lifting columns to fit into almost any processing line. Hammer Mills are excellent for reprocessing and […]

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Milling: Impact with Classification, High-Speed Impact & Attrition Mills

There is no single grinding system that can do it all! Choosing the appropriate milling system is based on your particle size distribution requirements, feed material sensitivities, moisture content, hardness, flow (free-flowing, semi-free flowing or prone to bridging/plugging), melting point, brittleness, and abrasiveness, among other factors. Here are brief descriptions for several grinding mill system […]

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Safeguarding Your Intellectual Property In Toll Processing

Toll processing (third-party processing under contract) will offer the many advantages of subcontracting your production, like having the operational expertise without direct hirings and having the essential infrastructure without making the requisite capital commitment. But before awarding a toll processing contract to a toller, be sure that your contract processor can commit reliable capacity, operational […]

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Pin Mill: Why it can be the grinding mill of choice

The pin mill consists of two counter-facing discs with pins mounted to a stationary or counter-rotating disc plate and a second rotational rotor plate. Material fed to the grinding chamber is pulled by the centrifugal force exerted by the spinning disc(s), flowing the production materials through the pins to collide with the liner wall. The […]

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Toll Processing Your Materials with CMS

To complement in-house production requirements during seasonal spikes, or if only to have reliable additional capacity for temporary or medium-term (and even long-term) production, then CMS may be the right solution. No added commitment to floor space for processing machines • No additional permits needed • No maintenance • No engineering and operator staff • […]

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Impact & Attrition Grinding: CMS Pin Mill series

The CMS Pin Mill is a reliable choice among many of our industrial clients. To help you determine whether a CMS pin mill is the best fit for your operational requirements, here is a brief profile of its capabilities, features, and maintenance requirements. Capabilities The CMS Pin Mill series utilizes a configuration that combines pins […]

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