Via an immersion pipe, which regulates the throughput, the product is fed to the rotating centrifugal wheel. Inside the centrifugal wheel, the product is aligned and thrown by means of centrifugal forces caused by rotation against an impact ring.
Depending on the product, a variety of impact ring materials can be chosen from, such as stone, steel and ceramics in addition to various special plastics. By the impact ring which is optimally adapted to the product and the frequency converter to regulate the centrifugal wheel speed, a high hulling degree with a very low percentage of broken grains can be easily set. An easily adjustable air control system ensures uniform aspiration.
Furthermore, the SCHULE impact huller is equipped with an automatic impact ring adjustment, which ensures uniform wear of the impact ring. This results in a longer service life.
Advantages of the impact huller:
- Continuously adjustable speed range
- Compact design
- High hulling degree with low percentage of broken grains
- Longer service life due to automatic impact ring adjustment
After the respective product has been husked, a so-called husked mixture is formed, which then consists of the husked fraction, an unhusked fraction and the removed husks. This mixture is then cleaned of the husks in the high-capacity closed circuit husk separator. In the sorting process that follows immediately afterwards, the unhusked product is separated from the husked product by means of a table separator.