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How big and how many?


Sugar Journal 60(6;7): 10 (en), 11 (es);12 (en), 13 (es)
How big and how many?
The optimum size for a sugar factory and its equipment items depends on local conditions, but from the performance viewpoint it appears that a large milling factory should have only one tandem (mills with roller length ~2.5 m and daily capacity ~20 kt cane at 12.5% fibre), whereas a diffusion factory should have 2 or 3 diffusers, since the optimum/maximum capacity of cane diffusers is 10-12 kt/day.


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