Quality Control with Allied Seed
This seed facility located in northeast Wyoming operates its seed coating line with their BM&M Super Screen as the last step in their Quality Control process. They process alfalfa, Bermuda, and other seed having large or minimal coating applications.
Quality Control with Delicate Seed Coating
To ensure that fines and oversize material such as “doubles” do not make it into any bag of Allied Seed, while at the same time being gentle on the seed coating.
Gentle Screening with BM&M's Super Screen
Together with BM&M’s engineers, Allied Seed selected BM&M’s Mini Super Screen (2-Deck configuration) for their needs.
The Mini Super Screen has now been operating for nine years, 5 to 6 months per year, 10 hours per day, with virtually no maintenance required, ensuring only the best quality product for their customers.
All BM&M screening equipment includes: 3 Year Drive Warranty Written Performance Guarantee Pre and Post-Sales Laboratory Testing