The BGI type Intensive Inclined Damper Machine is used for the uniform wetting of cereals before resting, to facilitate water absorption.
The cereal, entered tangentially into the box, is wetted by the nozzle placed on the lid and mixed by the spiral mounted on the initial part of the rotor.
The paddles fixed in the remaining length of the rotor complete the mixing by dragging, with their motion, the product towards the discharge.
The possibility of varying the inclination of the box allows the modification of the mixing time.
The wetting process can be controlled by a capacitive interception flow detector with manually controlled flow meter or, on request, by an automatic wetting unit consisting of an electronic humidity detection probe with load cell flow detector and hydraulic water dosing cassette with microprocessor electronic control system.