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Beet washers


, : Beet washers. Listy Cukrovarnicke a Reparske 110(5): 137-141

Equipment needed to wash 1250-16 500 t beet/day is considered, with tabulated values of dimensions, installation, power consumption and rotation rate; particular reference is made to the washer installed in 1991 at Leopoldsdorf in Austria, of capacity 12 kt/day.

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