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Invasive extraction, a revolutionary milling technology


, : Invasive extraction, a revolutionary milling technology. Proceedings of the 52nd Annual Convention of the Sugar Technologists' Association of India: ; E71-E73

In a preliminary experiment to demonstrate the feasibility of a new technique for extraction of juice from sugarcane ('invasive extraction'), water was forced by means of compressed air through compressed bagasse from the 1st mill. This decreased the residual pol to that of 3rd mill bagasse.


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