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Control of feed dusts by adding oils



Control of feed dusts by adding oils



Paper, American Society of Agricultural Engineers (86-4039): 27



Studies were conducted on a laboratory scale to determine the effectiveness of mineral oil, soyabean oil, and lecithin in reducing dust produced by a pig base mix. Additives were tested individually at levels of 0.5, 1.0 and 2.0% as well as in combinations of lecithin and the oils. Particle counts were reduced as much as 99%. Total dust on a mass basis was reduced by 76-99%. Particle segregation in a base mix was tested using a core flow bin.

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