Grain Bruiser for high-output processing of traditional flat-rolled grain

The KC Bruiser 600 is dedicated to the high-output production of traditional, flat-rolled grain for home-grown cereal blends and crimping. The 600mm diameter flat rollers will process any grain and can be very easily adjusted to produce the exact quality of roll required for any situation.

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Depending on the type, quality and moisture content of the grain, the KC Bruiser 600 will process from 7 – 20 tonnes/hour. The Bruiser 600 embraces the design, performance and reliability values widely associated with Kelvin Cave Ltd’s established range of Murska and Korte crimping machines with crimping outputs up to in excess of 30 tonnes /hour.

Initially developed to produce the flat-rolled grain commonly found in cereal blends and home mixes, the KC Bruiser 600 will process grain with moisture contents up to 45%  for crimping and ensiling, as well as dryer grain for aerobic storage. The Bruiser 600 includes magnet protection to remove ferrous metal debris from grain, a tough marine quality paint for long-life protection and can be equipped for grain preservative application.

The Bruiser 600 can be fitted with the unique Kelvin Cave Ltd, on-board, digital weighing system, making it ideal for contractors who have to deal with unknown quantities of grain at different locations.  The weighing system also ensures greater application accuracy when preservatives are being added during processing.

Supplied mounted on a robust trailer-chassis as standard, bespoke options to suit specific requirements are available to special order.

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