Quadrumat Junior
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Quadrumat® Junior

Application

The Brabender® Quadrumat® Junior is an universal precision laboratory roller mill for milling grain for subsequent analyses.

Obtain laboratory flours which are almost equal to commercially produced flours in ash content, yield, and baking quality - the multi-step grinding process only needs a single passage.

The mill is suitable for wheat, spelt, rye, barley and rice.

Principle

The closed grinding process ensures maximum separation of the endosperm from the exosperm. The short grinding process corresponding to the elasticity of the bran prevents splitting up of the bran. After having passed the last pair of rolls, the material drops into the round sifter where it is separated into flour and bran.

Advantages

Special features are:

• Capacity 500 g in approx. 5 min.
• Yield 60 - 75%
• With Brabender® Bran Duster up to 80%
• Ash 0.5 - 0.7% on dry basis
• Max. moisture 15 - 18%
• Easy operation
• Quick and easy roll exchange
• Variable sifter screens

The Quadrumat® Junior semolina mill

Keep the advantages of this principle and use a modified version of the Quadrumat® Junior with modified rolls and roll gaps, and another sifter for grinding durum wheat to semolina.

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Bran Duster

Application

The Bran Duster is for optimizing the flour yield. Sometimes, the ash content and yield of the grain sample do not meet the required specification.

It carefully separates flour particles still adhering to the bran - increase the yield obtained on your Quadrumat® Senior by some 10% and approach even better the ash content of your samples to that of commercial flours.

Principle

The sample material is filled through the feed hopper. The bran particles repeatedly hit onto the whirl battens so that any flour particle adhering to the bran are separated carefully from the bran and sifted through the round sieve.

Advantages

Flours can be tested on laboratory scale with respect to quality as they would also occur in mills.

• Higher flour yield
• Precise adjustment of ash content
• Smooth separation
• Speed 2830 min-1 at 50 HZ / 3400 min-1 at 60 Hz.
• Mesh size 200 µm (further dimensions on request)

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Bran Duster

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Capacity 500 g in approx. 5 min
Max. moisture 15 - 17%
Yield 60 - 75 %
Ash 0.5 - 0.7% on dry basis
Mains connection 3x 400 V; 50/60 Hz + N + PE; 1.3 A
3x 230 V; 50/60 Hz + PE; 2.2 A
Dimensions (W x H x D) 615 x 700 x 520 mm
Weight approx. 70 kg net
...where quality is measured.