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Roller mill 700 F serieshorizontalfor coffeestainless steel

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Characteristics

Technology
roller
Orientation
horizontal
Product application
for coffee
Other characteristics
stainless steel, variable speed, automatic
Output

500 kg/h, 900 kg/h (1,102 lb/h)

Description

700 F Series MODEL 700 F SERIES COFFEE GRANULIZER * 700 F(X) – TWO (2) GRINDING SECTIONS, (X) = OPTIONAL ESPRESSO CONFIGURATION * 777 E – RECONDITIONED, “GUMP-STYLE" GRANULIZER Application Espresso (200 – 450 μm): Up to 1,100 lb/hr (500 kg/hr) Filter (500 – 1,000 μm): Up to 2,000 lb/hr (900 kg/hr) Capacity Up to 2,000 lb/hr (900 kg/hr) Sections 2 or 3 Product Description The Model 700 F is one of the world’s most popular industrial coffee grinders. Exceptional particle size performance on a range of grind sizes and consistent results differentiate the 700 F from other grinder designs. Additionally, the 700 F offers a number of options, such as PLC control, water-cooling and density control to further improve ground coffee quality and consistency. Features - Variable speed power feeder - Infinite roll gap adjustment - Rugged construction and spring-mounted rolls - Roll surface options and precision tolerances - Integrated normalizer with density control and chaff reduction - Extreme hardness roll coatings - High torque drive belt for quiet, low-maintenance operation Available Options - Semi-automatic control system - Water-cooled rolls and normalizer - Closed-loop water chiller - Integrated magnet and pneumatic slide gate - Feed hopper - Stainless steel or electroless nickel construction - Gas-tight or hermetically-sealed design

Catalogs

700 SERIES
700 SERIES
3 Pages
700 F
700 F
2 Pages
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