The innovative use of modern materials
|Authors & editors|
|Publisher||Milling & Grain|
|Year of publication||2018|
|Scope & content||By Yoshihiro Kunimitsu, Satake, Japan |
Extending flute/corrugation life and enabling chills to be refurbished up to 15 times, modern metallurgical developments have widened the miller’s range of options extensively.
Inevitably, they have also complicated the selection process, requiring large amounts of relevant technical and other data to be assembled and analysed. This can be a time-consuming task, without the benefit of long-term experience in process and equipment development, such as that which Satake Europe has built up over the past century.
Roll chill alternatives
As the largest roll manufacturer in the UK, Satake offers a portfolio of three different types featuring new materials available from suppliers based around the world.
Satake Europe specialises in manufacture using one of three key materials for the roll body:
‘Self matting’ rolls…Read more.