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coffee grains size distribution using sieves

coffee grains size distribution using sieves

coffee grains size distribution using sieves

One of our clients is using stack analysis (stacks of calibrated sieves ) to determine coffee grain distribution.

This is an unexpected use case for us and I'm curious to find out if any other food processors are using stack analysis or are concerned about particle morphology.

If you're interested we are holding a technical webinar discussing particle distribution analysis on Tuesday April 21st at 11 am. You can find out more on this site: http://www.mediacy.com/index.aspx?page=Webinar_SieveCalibration

Kevin Cook
Vision Machines Inc

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