Archive for November 28, 2018

Food Crushers Quick Guide

Written by Small Business Magazine on November 28th, 2018. Posted in Food crusher machine, Food grade hammer mill, Vibratory screeners

In the commercial food business, such as dining, farming, and factories, there are many machines that are essential to the day to day operations. One of such items is the industrial food crusher, which breaks up a variety of materials, including food. Here is everything you need to know about food crushers and their important parts.

One: a rotary crusher is typically built with shaft impactors and vibratory screeners inside it to generate considerably larger force than other designs of food crushers. These rotary crushers are perfect for food processing and recycling material such as carboard. They have a wide possible range of size reduction ratios. The speed of this rotary can vary from 85 revolutions per minute all the way up to 1,200 revolutions per minute, depending on the model.

Many models of food crusher have tumbling drums and vibratory screeners attached. While these b

The Benefits of Oval Ducts

Written by Small Business Magazine on November 28th, 2018. Posted in Commercial oval ductwork, Sheet metal companies in maryland, Spiramir fittings

When designing a duct system there are many factors to consider. You have to consider performance, acoustics and overall installation to make sure the system can work most effectively. In this article we will look at why oval and circular ducts make for a better choice when installing a new duct system.

The Benefits of Oval Ducts

While there are many benefits of oval ducts when compared to rectangular ductwork, these are a few of the largest worth mentioning.

  • Around 20 to 30 percent of air that is moved through vents is lost in standard homes due to leaks and poorly connected ducts. Leakage is a huge issue that is most commonly found in rectangular duct systems. This can lead to energy loss and higher energy bills, along with an inefficiency in the system. However, one of the benefits of oval ducts is that they seal together in such a way that they prevent air from escaping. In the connection points of rectangular ducts, up to 3 inches of extra space needs to be