Milling innovations at Rocky Point
Drury, T.J., Thaval, O.P., & Kent, G.A. (2014) Milling innovations at Rocky Point. In Bruce, R. (Ed.) Proceedings of 36th Conference of the Australian Society of Sugar Cane Technologists (ASSCT 2014), Australian Society of Sugar Cane Technologists, Gold Coast, QLD, pp. 517-528.
This paper reviews the innovations that have been introduced in the milling train at Rocky Point mill since 2001 and provides some operational, performance and maintenance comparisons of the technologies in use. The decision to install BHEM mills in the #2 and #3 mill positions to complement the six-roll mills in the #1 and #4 mill positions has proven a good one. Satisfactory performance is being obtained by these mills while maintenance costs are significantly less. Very good #1 mill extraction and final bagasse moisture content are being achieved. The innovation of using Hägglunds hydraulic drives at higher speed…
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