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Cimbria supplies processing lines to Spanish plant

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Located in located in Vidanes (León), Northern Spain, Cimbria supplied 9 processing lines for cleaning pulses to their newly built factory.

The company cleans and produces pulses such as lentils, chickpeas and beans for human consumption. Cimbria has several reference plants in the Iberian Peninsula.

The 9 cleaning lines consist in total of 9 Delta Super Fine Cleaners, 9 Gravity Tables, 28 Pendulum Bucket Elevators PBE10 for gentle vertical conveying, 9 Super-cyclo fans for dust air filtration and 3 SEA Chromex 5 electronic sorters. The nine lines are fed separately and can clean multiple products at the same time. Three of the cleaning lines are used for filling products into big bags. These products are subsequently cooked and canned. The other six lines are for packing in 0.5 kg – 1 kg bags.

Startup and commissioning has been carried out and the installations are running smoothly. 

A contract was signed for 4 SEA Chromex electronic sorters with 5 chutes and additional conveying equipment. The SEA sorters will be implemented of the processing lines before packing of bags for consumer sales.

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