By E. Hugot
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1. Lateral table This is, in effect, a very wide and short carrier, driven by an independent motor. In plan it is rectangular or approximately square in shape. Its upper platform is at a level slightly higher than the raised edge of the side plates of the main carrier. The crane deposits the cane on this platform, and keeps up the supply to it as it discharges. An attendant is posted close to the driving motor of the lateral table and puts it in motion when he sees that the main carrier is not carrying a full feed.
19) (b) With a 3-roller crusher; Length of the horizontal portion We have already considered (p. 4) the length imposed by the requirements for unloading drays. 5 yc (20) LH = length of the horizontal portion of the carrier in ft. h. Width of the carrier The width of the carrier is always made equal to the length of the mill rollers. A wider carrier would cause difficulties in feeding at the crusher, since it would involve a tapered feed chute, narrowing as it approached the crusher; a narrower carrier would have to run at an unnecessar ily high speed and, owing to uneven distribution of the feed, the pieces of cane near its edges would not be properly compressed in the mills.
26). Power. p. h. will generally suffice to cope with the frequent overloads caused by the passage of compact bundles of cane deposited on the carrier by the crane, 3. Cane Knives Object and uses of knives Knives are not an indispensable item of equipment in the sugar factory. Some factories do not possess them and manage quite well without them. The cane knives, however, form a very useful piece of equipment, which pays for itself very rapidly. With whole cane, the attempt at obtaining a completely even feed to the crusher is never really successful.
Handbook of Cane Sugar Engineering by E. Hugot