25kg Bag tipping stations

25kg Bag tipping stations

The GEA Bag tipping stations enable one or more operators to manually open and empty bags of powder into a powder process system.

The GEA Bag tipping stations enable one or more operators to manually open and empty bags of powder into a powder process system.

Application

The 25kg bag tipping stations are designed to efficiently and hygienically discharge 25kg bags of powder. The sanitary design of the equipment makes them suitable for all food powder discharge applications for the dairy and food industries.

The (optional) sifter ensures that the product is free from foreign bodies and lumps. To minimise dust emissions, it can be either connected to the plant dust-extraction system, a stand-alone dust extractor or be supplied with an (optional) integrated dust collector.

Specifications

  • Emptying Rates: < 120 bags/h (3 t/h) for single or < 240 bags/h (6 t/h) for twin unit

NB: All values are approximate: please contact GEA for advice on the achievable emptying rate with your product and configuration.

Options

Various options are available to optimize the system to your needs: 

  • integrated vibrating single screen sifter
  • integrated dust collector with automatic pulse cleaning and ducting to an exhaust fan
  • integrated dust collector with automatic pulse cleaning and exhaust fan

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