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Cane cleaning & trash washing at Haina factory

, : Cane cleaning & trash washing at Haina factory. Keys to our future: combining the basics with new technology Hawaiian Sugar Technologists 48th annual conference reports, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, 6-8 November 1989: F11-F13

Haina factory has processed all Hamakua's cane since Aug. 1987. Since 90-160 loads of cane/shift are harvested by push rake and delivered to the factory regardless of weather, it is sometimes necessary to wash cane with extremely high mud content. The processing rate is 302 tons of prepared cane/h, and field cane typically yields only 70.2% prepared cane (i.e. 29.8% is soil, rocks and other trash); as much trash as possible must be recovered in order to fulfil a power contract.

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