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Nuts – Peanuts

Peanuts are a sustainable source of plant-based protein

The humble peanut has become one of the most ubiquitous legume family members. It is no surprise that peanuts are inexpensive, nutritious, and sustainable; an eco-friendly crop that produces an environmentally friendly protein source. 

In food applications, peanuts have proven their versatility through an ability to carry bold seasonings and flavors, especially in snack foods, which have great appeal for Millennial and Gen Z consumers seeking adventure through food. Even among nut butters, peanut butter reigns as the most popular variety, with Americans downing close to 700 million pounds of it every year.

Product integrity vital for snacking peanuts

Peanuts, however, can be a challenging product to transport because they can be easily damaged. Product integrity might not matter as much for nuts ground into peanut butter; however, many other applications in snacking or baking place a premium on product integrity and part identity, leaving a whole or half nut as the desired outcome.

Cablevey Peanut Conveyor Systems are suitable for moving unshelled peanuts, shelled peanuts, dry roasted peanuts, chopped peanuts, peanut powder, and even peanut butter. No matter what form your peanuts are in, we can move your material in a gentle and sanitary manner. Our peanut conveyors can be utilized throughout the peanut processing stream, from initial harvest through roasting, grinding, or packaging. The enclosed tubular conveyor protects peanuts and peanut products until the final processing or packaging step, regardless of distance, height, or desired throughput.

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Gentle on materials

Gently convey delicate and friable materials through all phases of the production process. Our cable and tube conveyor design preserves product integrity to minimize breakage and loss.

Enclosed, sanitary and dust free environment

Enclosed tube conveyors improve plant safety and hygiene by drastically reducing dust while protecting against product contamination.

Low maintenance

Tubular drag style conveyors, designed to require simple pneumatic tensioning for the cables, require very little maintenance.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can your tubular peanut conveyor systems move cooked, chopped, and powdered nut materials?
Yes. Our nut conveyors are designed to move peanut materials in most whole forms.
Are cable and disc peanut conveyors safe and sanitary?
Yes. The enclosed tube environment of our conveying system keeps your materials clean, free of contaminants such as foreign material, and safe while in transit. Enclosed tubes also serve to keep wastage low and the factory clean for peanut processors.
How are these tubular conveyors cleaned?
Wet cleaning, dry, and in-line cleaning options are available for the Cablevey conveying equipment. As part of our engineering and service process, we will work with you to determine the best cleaning solution for your needs and train you on how to use equipment specified for your unique application.

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