Quadro deagglomeration/screening equipment replaces labor-intensive, expensive manual separation processes. Capacity throughput can be increased and reductions in drying time will also produce savings. The process is more dust-free, which consequently improves the environment for the operators working in the area.
Deagglomeration and delumping involve returning sticky, heat-sensitive agglomerates back into pieces, crumbs or powders as they were when originally processed. Even raisins that are clumped together can be separated with this method.
Security screening involves capturing any foreign bodies or tramp material before it gets into the final pack and onwards to your consumers. Thus avoiding any costly recalls.
It is vital that in both steps the original particle structure remains undamaged and unchanged.