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Bridgnorth, Shropshire,
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Danagri-3S recommends the use of a SKIOLD Screen Cleaner as an insurance policy against damage to your mill due to stones, metal and other foreign bodies which can severely damage the equipment and result in long down time periods for repair.
The SKIOLD Screen Cleaner from Danagri-3S - your insurance policy against costly mill breakdownsWHY CLEAN?

  1. Cleaning removes impurities from the raw materials
  2. Makes better and healthier feed
  3. Reduces the wear of transport and milling equipment
  4. Better overall economy
The SKIOLD Screen Cleaner is suitable for cleaning all current sorts of grain, maize and peas for high quality, cost-effective animal feed production. It includes the following design features:-
  • Compact cleaner - industrial working principle.
  • Sealed design minimising dust emission
  • Self cleaning screens - use of 'cleaning balls' in screen frames.
  • Quick exchange of screens
  • Easy connection to e.g. Skiold disc mills.
  • Capacity 6 t/h (wheat and barley).
  • Lifetime greased bearings.
Preventing costly breakdowns is an important feature of the Screen Cleaner, but so is the ability to use quality raw materials in feed production without including the impurities brought in from harvest.
Good Raw Materials
Good Feed
Good Economy
No feed is better than the raw materials used, and so it is important to clean the raw materials before producing feed. Another and very important effect of cleaning raw materials is a significant reduction in wear at the grinding unit.

Both facts are extremely important for profitable production, as a better feed means healthier animals and better growth, as well as lower costs for wearing parts and their replacements; this give better production economy.

Cleaning of raw materials can take place before storage in either silos or bulk stores, but that demands a cleaning capacity at least at the same level as the intake equipment, normally 20-40 tonnes/hr.

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SKIOLD offer a low-cost alternative, where the cleaning takes place in connection with the feed production, which demands an essentially smaller cleaning capacity and thus a lower investment.

The screen cleaner is only used in connection with the mechanical transport of raw materials. This capacity must be adjusted to the capacity of the grinding unit. The cleaner is placed between the mechanical transporter and the grinding unit.

The size of the upper screen must be adjusted to the raw materials to be cleaned, the required cleaning effect and the capacity. As an all round solution to most raw materials, e.g. barley, wheat and peas a 10 mm upper screen is recommended. If more thorough cleaning is required of e.g. barley and wheat, a two-piece upper screen with 6/8 mm and 10 mm holes can be used. However, the capacity is halved per raw material by using a two-piece upper screen.

NB. Maize must be cleaned with an 8 x 25 mm screen.

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The Cleaning Principle of the SKIOLD Screen Cleaner supplied by Danagri-3s

  1. Upper screen (different sizes)

  2. Lower screen standard 1.5 x 20 mm

  3. Straw, wood pieces, stones etc.

  4. Cleaned raw materials to the grinding unit

  5. Sand, dust and weed seeds
Capacity Table
Ingredient 6 mm 8 mm 10 mm 8 x 25 mm
Wheat 6000 6000 6000 6000
Barley 3400 5500 6000 6000
Oats 850 2500 4000 5000
Peas/Maize - - 6000 6000
Kgs/hour. Lower screen standard 1.5 x 20 mm
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The Livestock Centre, Tasley, Bridgnorth, Shropshire, WV16 4QR, UK.
Tel: 01746 762777. Fax: 01746 764777.