SOIL IN CANE : ITS MEASUREMENT , ITS EFFECT ON MILLING , AND METHODS OF REMOVAL lA WIENESE AND 2

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  title={SOIL IN CANE : ITS MEASUREMENT , ITS EFFECT ON MILLING , AND METHODS OF REMOVAL lA WIENESE AND 2},
  author={La Wienese and M A and Jillian Reid}
}
The significant quantity of soil in the cane being delivered to sugar mills is a constant source of excessive wear and reduction in performance of the recovery process. This problem is considered from the point of view of the miller and of the industry as a whole. The various effects of the soil on the machinery and process equipment of the sugar mill are listed and discussed. An estimate of the total cost of these effects is given. Methods of removing soil from cane, such as wet and dry… CONTINUE READING

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