10 03, 2016

Alkaline Dosing system.

2017-05-03T08:28:21+00:00March 10th, 2016|

Alkaline Dosing system. [nggallery id=84] Wakely have designed & manufactured a Alkaline dosing system, Allows for the precise addition of Alkaline  enhanced grain treatment products & A wide range of Protein, Minerals & other concentrates. We have dosing systems, for the Farmer, Contractor & Co-operative sectors. The design of the system ensures that the, - Galvanized hoppers sit independently & have no external load on them (Would result in significant inaccuracies) - Controlling software, Provides Discharge rate , Shift rate & Daily rate (kg) for the Grain being processed & Preservatives or Concentrates being added, This information can be Stored saved [...]

11 10, 2014

Crimping & Bruising mills

2017-05-03T08:54:38+00:00October 11th, 2014|

Crimping & Bruising mills. [nggallery id=69] We are at the mercy of the weather during the harvest, During a fine summer the Harvest can be brought in with ease, A farmer with a yield of 4TPA would be satisfied, The moisture content of the Grain could be between 15 - 18% Moisture content, which will mean greatly reduced Grain preservation and Dry costs. This does not happen often enough. During damp seasons the Grain can be between 20 - 40% moisture content, Grain drying is not an option it is simply too expensive to Dry the grain for hours on end. Wakely engineering have [...]

11 10, 2010

Crimping grain Плющение зерна

2017-03-23T09:34:41+00:00October 11th, 2010|

by Sheila on June 12, 2011 Crimping grain is a process that enables farmers to harvest, process and store their own or locally grown cereal and protein grains for use as animal feed when they are at their maximum nutritional value and digestibility. Grains are harvested up to four weeks earlier than normal at moisture contents of 30 to 45%. They are then processed through a crimping machine which crushes them to expose the carbohydrate and/or protein and a special preservative is applied. The processed feed is then ensiled and can be fed after three weeks airtight storage. Because grain is [...]