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AuthorKingston, G
Date Accessioned2013-05-22
Date Available2013-05-22
AbstractBecause of a deep concern at the level of ash in Rocky Point sugars and the lack of information on inorganic composition of juices entering the factory the management of W H Heck and Sons requested BSES to undertake an investigation in 1979 which might assist in identification of factors which contribute to the ash problem at Rocky Point. Accordingly a project was planned to allow identification of the major factors contributing to the ash loading in first expressed juice and to determine whether the ash levels in juice could be related to yield parameters affecting cane growers in the mill area.
Part of SeriesBSES Internal Report; 405.02.511 149
SubjectFirst Expressed Juice
SubjectRocky Point
SubjectAsh loadings
SubjectChemical composition
TitleAn investigation of factors affecting ash in first expressed juice in the Rocky Point mill area

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    Research outcomes: Optimised mill transport and logistics. Mill capacity and efficiency is optimised through improved processes, technology and value chain coordination and collaboration.

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