Paddy table type HTA
For reliable final inspection of hulling results
The paddy table is utilised in the sorting area after hulling. It filters out unhulled kernels from homogenous grain batches and guarantees a perfect final result.
Weighing the results
After the hulling process, the paddy table is responsible for resorting. In its feed trough, the grain to be sorted is distributed evenly to the chambers of the machine – uniform lifting motions separate the kernels according to their specific weight. In this manner, unhulled kernels can reliably be sorted out.
Depending on the version of the paddy table, it contains between 24 and 60 sorting chambers. Due to reasons of hygiene and wear, the product decks of the individual chambers are made of rustproof stainless steel. The inclination and rotational speed can easily and individually be adjusted to the respective product: for example, a three-point stroke adjustment allows for preselection of the individual lift stroke length.
At a glance
Ideal for resorting at the end of the hulling process
Lower frame features a robust welded design with reinforced steel plates for particularly quiet running
Innovative feed trough design for even distribution to the chambers
Optimised leakage air supply in inlet area
Suitable for the following grains: Oats, millet, sunflower seeds, spelt