Food & Beverage
Lao Soung has provided innovative and customized production solutions to the food and beverage industry for many years. We are committed to understand each unique application and advise in the best interests of our clients to ensure product safety and improve product quality. From coarse, dry food such as flour and rice, to thick, viscous sludge such as chocolate sauce and honey, Lao Soung's separators will perform its duties beyond satisfaction.
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Designed for generic separation, the LS basic model is suitable for wet/dry, grading, classification, de-dusting, and quality control. The multi-purpose model is essential to improve quality and safety of production materials, increase productivity, and reduce cost and labour. Continuous development along with various available add-ons, makes the LS basic model a versatile unit capable of separation up to 6 classes (5 screens).
The patented discharge gate allows users to control flow rate of discharged materials, without powering down the separator. Gates can also be fully closed during operation to trap the materials inside the frame, allowing more fine particles to pass through and reduce wastage. The patented discharge gate provides finer control and flexibility to the production process, making it one of the most popular designs offered by Lao Soung Machinery.
Decades of working with various industries has resulted in several alternative flange designs, each with its own strength and applications. All designed with the same concepts in mind, durable and easier to use and clean.
Various types of mobile chassis available to suit industry requirements.
LS-300S is the smallest commercial separator available. Light weight and low profile allows the LS-300S to be used on tabletops or benches without the need to be bolted down. Ideal for small scale separation or pre-production testing.
Rotary brush system for multi-screen separators consists of a brush system and mobile chassis. Rotary brush operates independently to the separator at low rpm. Lumps are broken apart by horizontal scraping motions and vertical crushing motions between the brush and screen. Particles too large to pass through are brushed aside to prevent clogging of the screen, improving efficiency and productivity of easily clustered material.