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System of control over the batch process of remelting sugar

, : System of control over the batch process of remelting sugar. USSR Patent (SU 1 395 678): 3

Yellow sugar is discharged from a batch centrifugal to a screw conveyor, where it receives a thin juice feed as regulated portions.

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