Centrifugal grain huller

by Emily Wilson
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The CentriMil grain huller from Entoleter, Hamden, Connecticut, U.S., uses centrifugal impact, scouring and aspiration to break and remove hulls from various grains. The CentriMil features controlled speed, a special rotor and a newly improved liner. The rotor breaks the hull, which is then scoured by the abrasive liner and the aspirator cone to separate the hull. Aspiration and gravity separation remove the hulls from the product stream. Grain can be taken directly from storage or from the field and processed "as is," in most cases, reducing the cost normally associated with grain hulling. Only extremely moist product (over 15% moisture) requires drying. The CentriMil provides high yields of clean, unbroken grain and uniform product with little or no maintenance or adjustments.