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  1. Turns out that a dewatering hopper is not a good choice for dewatering grain stillage. Good news is that I have other uses for the hopper. Bad news is that I have to come up with another process.... one that is likely to require another piece of expensive equipment. Either that or need to find that pig rancher quickly! Sigh. Interesting in what others are doing here.
  2. From #ThrowBackThursday, let's talk beer! We are going to take you back to a time when our CENTRI-SIFTER™ Centrifugal Dewatering Screener saved the Alaskan Brewery Company a ton of capital. If you don’t already know this, beer making begins with cooking grains. Between batches, the brew vessels must be cleaned. At the time, the Alaskan Brewery Company had a problem with the bigger grain kernels settling down densely into the bottom of the tank, going down the drain into the wastewater system, bonding with the sludge, and jamming the pump. Here is what we put into our machine, and how we solved the problem: https://goo.gl/1uKwhV #TBT #AKBeerweek #ClientLove https://www.linkedin.com/company/kason-corporation/
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