There are many different ways to get your equipment clean. But will it pass a swab test when there is food being conveyed? This is a question we’ve answered for a variety of foods we convey – from beans to nuts to snack foods different levels of clean are required.
What’s “clean” for your materials - or your equipment? Our systems are enclosed allowing... (read more)
Enclosed Tubular Drag Cable and Disc Conveyors Gently Convey Your Friable Materials - Tubular drag cable conveyors are top dog for conveying dry pet foods. A pet food manufacturer installs tubular drag cable conveyors in a new processing line to increase production and reduce operating costs.
Enclosed Tubular Drag Cable and Disc Conveyors Gently Convey Your Friable Materials - Engineering Almond Processing company chooses gentle, clean conveying. A family-owned almond processing corporation that processes 50 million pounds of almonds each year chooses gentle, clean conveying when it revamped its processing line, including installing tubular drag conveyors to .... (read more)
Conveying Nuts Gently Equals More Dollars
Lets' face it, when you're handling nuts of any kind, minimizing imperfections is paramount. You have to shell the nuts, sort and grade them, process and finally package them. All that handling requires conveyors that are gentle, dust-free, and easy to clean/maintain. Tubular drag cable conveyors meet all of those requirements.
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How to Convey Tea: A Drag That's Not a Drag
A first-hand account on how tubular drag conveyors are changing the nature of tea processing. (by Karl Seidel)
This article appeared in the June 2008 issue of Tea & Coffee Trade Journal - The International voice of the tea and coffee industries since 1901 (read more)
Cablevey is long-established as one of the leading suppliers of conveyors for whole bean and ground coffee. The flexibility of its technology is demonstrated by equipment for two completely different types of product - whole bean coffee and cocoa nibs (read more)
The coffee “industry” is large and in constant flux. One “State of the Industry” article regarding coffee processing each year cannot possibly capture all the current best practices within a roasting facility. Also, describing a particular roasting process doesn’t necessarily tell you the story of how well the coffee is processed. (read more)
Operators at Hamilton Ranches Inc. can't help but feel a bit nutty. That's because they spend their days processing pecans and walnuts. The family-owned company, based in Visalia, Calif., dehydrates about 750 dry tons of walnuts per day, but its main focus is on cracking, shelling, and processing pecans. (read more)
Hilltop Ranch Inc., Ballico, Calif., is a family-owned almond processing corporation that processes 50 million pounds of almonds each year. Recently, industry changes made it necessary for owners David and Christine Long to modify their processing operation. While planning plant modifications, they decided to replace open belt conveyors with dust-free equipment. (read more)
Almondco Australia of Renmark in South Australia, as part of an upgrade of its processing facilities, has installed five Cablevey conveyor systems. AF Systems is US-based Cablevey Conveyors’ local partner for the distribution of the “soft and gentle” tubular drag conveyor. (read more)