USA- Global provider of intelligent milling products and services Henry Simon is set to present its new award-winning purifier HSPU during the 127th IOAM Annual Conference & Expo on 17th-21st April in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Henry Simon’s new purifier, HSPU, is the result of a collaboration between the Henry Simon research and development team and Italdesign, a renowned industrial design office.
The purifier has already won three industrial awards, with its new design and technological innovations, and, milling professionals from across North America and around the world will be learning more about it at the conference and expo.
The architecture of the new HSPU purifier allows for reliable, efficient, and trouble-free operation and is built to satisfy most of the sanitation standards using food-grade materials for product contact surfaces.
Advanced Sensor Technology
The new HSPU purifier has innovative features with Advanced Sensor Technology, which provides higher reliability, operational safety, and consistent quality in the bran removal process.
The sensor pack comes as an option with the HSPU purifier and includes four different sensors
The human detection sensor automatically detects the operator’s physical presence and switches to a touch screen panel and LED lights in the machine, thus saving energy significantly.
The ambient sensor monitors the machine’s environmental working conditions (temperature, humidity, atmospheric pressure, etc.) to help sustain optimal processing conditions.
The digital Manometer helps sustain the optimal airflow inside the purifier’s air channels during the operation.
The motor load sensor monitors the amperage load of vibro motors, to ensure a safe and efficient operation.
Another key advantage of the purifier is operational transparency, thanks to a touchscreen control panel that displays critical operating data such as amplitude, frequency, static air pressure, motor load ratio, etc.
Other products in the Henry Simon milling range include a roller miller, a vibro sifter, and a degermer, all designed to maximize efficiency, and will be at the IOAM 2023 conference alongside the HSPU purifier.