Husiking grain

The husks can be separated from the cereal kernel with the aid of different husking processes. As a rule, selection of the suitable grain husking machine is based on whether a naked grain (e.g. barley) or a husk cereal (e.g. oats) will be processed.

Husking master with a directed throw

Through relatively low speed and drive power the grain is treated as gently as possible in the high-quality crafted impellor. This machine offers maximum husking yield at minimum breakage.


Impact sheller

product family: Husking grain

The centrifugal husker works in accordance with the proven impact procedure. In this procedure, the husking material is first routed into the impellor via an infeed. Here the grain is distributed uniformly to the throw ducts via a dispersing plate. The product is aligned in the channel and is specifically accelerated onto the impact ring.

In this process, either a steel or a rubber impact ring is used depending on the material to be husked. The desired husking capacity of the machine can be variably adjusted via the infeed pipe. The speed of the impellor can be adapted to the specific product via a frequency converter. Through this adjustment the ratio of husking degree and possible breakage is optimized.

Technical details:

  • Capacity: 0.8 - 2.0 t/h
  • Drive: 3.0 kW
  • Dimensions: 1042 x 1713
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