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A powdered chemical mixer for bagged grain


Journal of Stored Products Research 29(1): 15-17
A powdered chemical mixer for bagged grain
A machine is described for mixing powered insecticide to maize stored in bags, which avoids the problem of tipping the grain on to the ground. A 100 kg bag can be fully treated in well under 5 min compared to a minimum of 15 min using other available methods. The machine based on the cone and drum principle can be easily constructed in a developing country for the equivalent of about pnd 150 sterling.

Accession: 002287121

DOI: 10.1016/0022-474x(93)90015-v

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