File:Industrial short goods macaroni dryer built by Consolidated Macaroni Machine Corporation (circa 1935) 01.tiff

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English: Industrial drying machines for short goods macaroni or other small products. Built by Consolidated Macaroni Machine Corporation, Brooklyn, New York. This machine used screens to transport product through the drying chamber. Short cut pasta, such as elbows, entered the dryer from the top and was transported on long horizontal conveyors with screens to allow air circulation and removal of moisture. The dryer employed several levels of horizontal conveyors in a serpentine configuration so the product moved back and forth from one end of the chamber to the other. The dried pasta was then discharged at the bottom end of the dryer. Removal of moisture from pasta was necessary after formation.
Date circa 1935
Source Consolidated Macaroni Machine Corporation
Author Leonard J. DeFrancisci (copyright holder)

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