Cablevey Coffee Bean Conveyor Systems
Cablevey Coffee Bean Conveyor Systems are suitable for moving all sorts of coffee materials including green, roasted, ground and powdered (soluble). No matter what form your coffee materials are in, we can move them in a gentle and sanitary manner. And our food conveyors can be engineered to service any part of the production process from green to roast to processing to packaging.
Our cable and tube conveyor systems are modularly designed to offer flexibility for wide-ranging applications. Component parts come in a variety of sizes, tube diameters and tube materials. We also offer a full range of feeders, cleaning and transfer system components. No matter what your processing facility layout, we have coffee bean conveyor solutions for you.
Each and every coffee bean conveyor system is custom specified by our engineering department. This ensures that all systems are optimized to client needs. Design considerations typically include how much can be moved without breakage, how far, how high, and how fast you need to move materials. The configuration and available space within processing environments are also taken into consideration. Bottomline, our engineers and library of system parts can solve just about any coffee bean conveyor movement needed.
We’ve engineered coffee bean conveyor solutions for production facilities large to small in dozens of countries around the world.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can cable and tube coffee bean conveyor systems move green, roasted, ground and/or powdered coffee materials?
Are cable & tube coffee bean conveyor systems safe and sanitary?
How are tube conveyors cleaned?
Cablevey in a Coffee Roasting Plant
Cablevey Conveyor Systems transport coffee throughout a roasting and processing facility
Incoming is green bean to the bag break station. From this bag break the green unroasted coffee is conveyed to a group of mixing silos.
The mixers apportion green coffee proportionately before being conveyed to the roasters.
Once the coffee is roasted it goes through a destoner to remove non-coffee debris.
After this point the roasted coffee is conveyed to degassing silos. The coffee rests and degasses for a specified amount of time and then is “called” to the grinders or is left as whole bean coffee.
5- Flavor Room
Now, the roastmaster decides to either flavor the coffee or not.
Finally the coffee, roasted, maybe flavored, maybe ground, is sent to the packaging machines to be bagged.
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