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This new bag emptier has a body that tilts

By Mary Page Bailey and Gerald Ondrey |

The tiltable Dima bag emptier (photo) can improve product intake processes, since less time is needed to clean, inspect or replace parts. The tiltable body enables the Dima to be opened for easy access to areas that are normally difficult to reach. This speeds up cleaning, inspection and part replacements. Opening can be done by a single operator, simply by turning a handwheel. Air ventilation ensures that no dust will escape. — Dinnissen B.V., Sevenum, the Netherlands

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