After-harvesting processing of grain-crops is the most important working operation, which predetermine the effectiveness of the harvesting process, quantity and quality of the grain in general. The main reason for the high after-harvesting loss of the grain is it humidity, natural including, organic and dust admixtures, and beaten grains that lead to a quick heating of the grain mass and its “burning” while storage. The drying of the grain in the present drying machines is energy-consuming and expensive process.
The examination of the combine harvester work showed that up to 70% of its energy is spent on the deformation of straw and its communication, that is a great energy loss. The existent thechnology of combine harvesting also brings to the loss of 40% raised grai crop. Combine harvesters are expensive, insecure, have a low productivity and can work only during dry weather.
The peculiarity of the complex working is that all working operations are carried on in a vortic al stream of two-phase medium (air-grain) in the centrifugal force field. That secure the steady temperature during the process of milling.
The milling principle - rotary-rolling, three-stage, (fragmentation, milling, full reduction) with a series classification of milling products.
During the processing of standart food wheat the plant permits to produce up to 10 ton of high-grade sorted flour and up to 2 ton of foor scalpings, using practically nonwaste technology.
The plan is easy to serve and can be operated by one technician provided systems for grain supply, packing and warehousing of the end product.