We will explain Dodge products differentiators which help to reduce installation, maintenance and downtime.
Grain Elevator and Processing Society (GEAPS) is known for offering high quality, relevant industry training at GEAPS Exchange each year in the United States. This year, the educational opportunities expand to Sao Paulo, Brazil at VICTAM/LatAm. With a focus on serving its members and partnering with our network of global grain professionals, GEAPS is looking forward to offering two days of educational sessions at this great event. See below for educational session descriptions.
Storing grain and oilseeds in tropical weather locations has its challenges due to the difficult conditions of temperature and relative humidity. Using sensors to monitor grain quality and to trigger the use of optimal management practices are great tools to maintain the quality using collected data in real time.
In almost all grain production chains, from warehouses, through processing industries, we are surrounded by equipment that requires special care in regarding the risks of explosions with combustible dust and among this equipment the most common are bucket elevators, dust collectors, mills, deposits or storage silos, enclosed conveyors and mixers. IEP Technologies will discuss these risks and ways to prevent and protect from them.
Discussion on what is combustible dust, what hazards exist in the grain and food industries, and how to address these hazards for a safer process.
This session will review various means for silo unloading of hard to flow products such as meals, bran and out of speciation grains. The discussion is geared towards operators and maintenance staff with safety in mind.
Getting the most production from your bucket elevators requires looking at many factors. Learn how minor parts can have a major effect on production. Getting more capacity from your bucket elevators will require looking at all bucket elevator and equipment that feeds it and takes away from the bucket elevator. Regular, meaningful inspections and troubleshooting problems can make a big difference in the production of your bucket elevator. Ongoing training of current and new staff is vital to get the most production of your bucket elevators.
In the current market of bulk solid handling, historical experiences often form the basis for equipment dimensioning. However, the emergence of technology has brought advanced computer simulation tools. When combined with expertise, these tools open the door to a more intricate exploration of equipment performance. Ucelo’s engineering leverages these simulation tools in conjunction with our team’s expertise and exclusive methodology. This approach showcases a substantial portfolio of projects undertaken in important companies. These achievements encompass expanded conveyor capacities and heightened reliability, as well as enhanced failure prevention in new projects.
During this session we will delve into the concept of simulation and its contemporary relevance in aiding our endeavors.