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PRODUCT SHOWCASE Drag conveyor Speed monitoring testing Conveyor support system Sweet Manufacturing Co. recently introduced the new Flite-Veyor 3026 incline flatbottom drag conveyor. The new conveyor is designed for capacities up to 20,000 bph (508 mtph) and provides a new incline conveyor option for the company's Monarch and Titan model Silver-Sweet bucket elevators. It ships with preassembled trough sections to reduce installation time. It offers either a gear motor or v-belt drive and is made of heavy-duty all galvanized construction with U.S.A. prime steel. 4B's SpeedMaster with Pulse Pilot device provides independent, real-time verification of an entire speed monitoring system to ensure that alarms and shutdowns are working as expected. The SpeedMaster operates in two modes: input mode provides the device with the machine's actual running speed, and output mode allows the device to test the speed switch at set underspeed trip points for real-time verification of the monitoring system's alarm and shutdown functions. The latest version incorporates a new ergonomic housing, making it easier to handle, even with bulky work gloves. A new OLED display uses less battery power and provides a brighter display. MFS/York/Stormor, a division of Global Industries, recently released an adjustable conveyor support system for their Brownie catwalks that has been specifically designed to accommodate York conveyors as well as conveyors from most other manufacturers. Made from galvanized materials, the supports are adjustable from 8 inches to 60 inches, and can accommodate up to a 5-degree incline. Installation is quick and easy. The support system bolts to the catwalk using a series of U-bolts, and the conveyor then clamps to the supports. No drilling is required. Sign up for the FREE e-newsletter from The editors of World Grain gather relevant stories on the industry from news sources world wide and deliver them to you daily to help you stay informed. It's fast and free so sign up today at! 86 December 2015 / World Grain /

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of World Grain -- December 2015

World Grain -- December 2015
Table of Contents
From the Editor-in-chief - Milling differs from Warren Buffett
Calendar of Events
Second Oilseed Congress scheduled for Feb. 9-10
News Review - Tiger pulls financial support from Dangote Flour Mills
European Parliament rejects national GMO bans
Olam 3Q operational earnings up
Wilmar’s oilseed, grain segment earnings surge
Ardent Mills stake to stay with ConAgra Brands
Noble Agri reports loss in quarter
The Andersons reports loss on Grain Group decline
IGP Institute names interim associate director
Cargill’s new South Korean feed mill is its largest in the world
ADM opens two plants in China
GSFMO privatizes its flour mills
GrainCorp 2015 earnings down
Tiger Brands year-end earnings offset by international operations
Cargill makes executive leadership changes
Glencore agricultural production up
Grain Market Review - Oilseeds
Country Focus - Spain
Feature - Going from margin to mainstream
Feature - Record Turnout in Dubai
Feature - IAOM takes show to Indonesia
Feature - Indonesia's milling giant may expand
Indonesia in numbers
Feature - An end to the bear market?
Feature - Big turnout expected for IPPE 2016
Feature - Shaping the global feed industry
Feed Operations - Bucket elevator selection and installation tips
Supplier News
Product Showcase
World Grain Archive
Ad Index/Reader Information Form International Faxback Program

World Grain -- December 2015