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Hulling

The Hullers Forsberg's manufactures include the Model 15-D Impact Huller used on sunflowers and oats and the Model #2 Huller / Scarifier used on primarily grass seeds. These units provide efficient thorough hull removal and scarifying. Ease of operation, durability, and low maintenance is once again carried out in these models. Due to unique design features and precise operator settings breakage of the seeds can be kept to a minimum, yet maintaining maximum percentage of hull removal efficiency and capacity.

 

Model 2

The Forsberg Model 2 Huller/Scarifier is designed and constructed to hull/scarify seeds without damage, if operated properly. Upon entering the hulling chamber, the seed is rubbed against a heavy, rubber-lined outer wall by the inside cylinder. This action will hull and/or scarify the toughest of seeds without damage to the seed. The Model 2 hulls, scarifies and removes chaff in one operation. Hulling cylinder available in three types:

  • Steel
  • Rubber
  • Urethane

Features:

  • All-Steel Construction
  • Settling Chamber & Exhaust Fan
  • Variable Speed Drive
  • Feed Control Hopper
  • Adjustable Air Control

Hulls/Scarifies

  • Clover Seeds
  • Lespedeza
  • Alfalfa
  • Birdsfoot Trefoil
  • Grass Seeds
  • Millet
  • Barley
  • Budzu
  • many others

 

Model 15-D

The Forsberg Impact Huller provides efficient, thorough hulling of sunflower seeds and oats for further separation of hulls and meats. Simple, accurate control features place the operator in total control of the hulling operation.    

The product is fed into the inlet where it enters the impeller wheel through the feed control pipe. Accurate crank adjustment of the feed control determines the thoroughness of the hulling operation. The centrifugal force of the rotating impeller wheel drives the product against the hulling ring. Both the impeller and hulling ring are constructed of a durable boralloy steel for wear resistance. Proper speed of the rotating impeller is important to the hulling operation because it establishes the exact force of impact against the hulling ring. Fine tuning of the speed control quadrant minimizes broken meats. The Model 15-D features a tachometer for accurate monitoring of the impeller's speed.    

From the hulling chamber, the hulled product and any dust that has accumulated, enters the cyclone and is discharged out the bottom for further handling and processing. The air that is used is retained in the machine and continually recycled.    

Moisture, temperature and density play an important role in hulling efficiency. Product should be uniformly sized prior to hulling for best results.

The Codema Impact Huller VSH-8088 does a great job of hulling oats, sunflower seeds, cacao beans, etc. with minimal maintenance (no lubrication necessary) and moving parts.

The Codema Laboratory Huller LH 5095 is designed to prepare and provide hulled samples of oats and barley for quality laboratory analysis. Cycle time to generate samples runs approximately one minute. This unit can also be used to help forecast groat yields, hulling efficiency and expected breakage during commercial hulling operations.

 

 

For over 60 years, the Entoleter Infestation Destroyer (E.I.D ®) has been used for the treatment and prevention of insect growth in various milled grains and flour. Entoleter's continuing improvements in technology and machine design have made this option more economical than ever for mills of all sizes.

After extensive testing at Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas, the U.S. Department of Agriculture documented the Entoleter Infestation Destroyer's capabilities. Since those tests in the early 1940's, thousands of E.I.D. installations worldwide have confirmed the E.I.D. provides a 100% effective kill rate.

To keep pace with an ever rising world population, flour mill capacities are constantly being increased to meet this demand. To meet the miller's production requirements, Entoleter offers a new generation of larger capacity mills. The design of a new generation of Entoleter Infestation Destroyers encompasses all of the positive performance characteristics of the original design, but is sized to fit the needs of the modern milling industry. The highly refined processing elements of the original configuration have been fully retained to insure continued outstanding performance.

As a leader in the industry, Entoleter advanced the technology to clean whole grain using centrifugal force and aspiration. The Entoleter Scourer-Aspirator (E.S.A.®) is now standard equipment in flour mills around the world. The E.S.A.'s centrifugal impact action effectively cleans dry and tempered wheat and other grains. Grain is hurled against impact pins, dislodging hulls, grease, dirt, rodent hair, wheat beards, and bees'wings, as well as destroying internal and external insect life.

The "impact action" of the unit can be controlled for either deeply infested grain or grain that is relatively clean. The result is minimum grain breakage and minimum fragment count. After impact, grain is thoroughly scoured in a swirling action against the conical inner surface of the scourer casing and discharged into the aspirator section.

Grain is dispersed against the housing in a very thin layer. Uniform air velocity throughout the aspirator separates the debris with maximum efficiency and carries it to the dust collector. In many cases, the cleaning produced by this equipment improves the yield and lowers the ash.

However, WE DO MORE THAN KILL BUGS! While Entoleter has earned a worldwide reputation in grain cleaning, its machines are capable of doing far more.

The proven capabilities of Entoleter's centrifugal force impact milling machines in the agricultural industry makes it a world-recognized leader in providing safe, economical, and effective equipment for mills of all sizes.