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Animal And Plant Health Inspection Service: Transport Equipment Inspection Training Manual, H. Mark Hanna, Darren H. Jarboe Jun 2010

Animal And Plant Health Inspection Service: Transport Equipment Inspection Training Manual, H. Mark Hanna, Darren H. Jarboe

Agriculture and Environment Extension Publications

In this module the first section on basic concepts of transport equipment and inspection explains commonly encountered transport vehicles and general areas where grain may reside. Next is a description of useful tools. Then inspection and cleaning of individual transport vehicle styles are discussed in more detail beginning with the wagon. Subsequent vehicles discussed note significant new areas, but also build on cleaning concepts for vehicles described earlier. Types of safety hazards are introduced below, will be mentioned as they are presented within different vehicle types, and then summarized in a safety section at the end of the module.


Animal And Plant Health Inspection Service: Storage Equipment Inspection Training Manual, H. Mark Hanna, Darren H. Jarboe Jun 2010

Animal And Plant Health Inspection Service: Storage Equipment Inspection Training Manual, H. Mark Hanna, Darren H. Jarboe

Agriculture and Environment Extension Publications

A section describing basic concepts of storage, grain conditioning, and drying is included at the beginning for those less familiar with grain storage. This is followed by a brief description of tools for cleaning before sections on major specific functional areas found in storage systems (i.e. bins, bin dryers, and stand alone dryers). A section on handling equipment, augers, and other conveyors is included adjacent to a safety section at the end. Augers and conveyors serve to connect grain receiving, drying, storage, and load-out areas. Readers unfamiliar with the concept of augers mentioned in storage and drying sections may ...


Animal And Plant Health Inspection Service: Processing Equipment Inspection Training Manual, H. Mark Hanna, Darren H. Jarboe Jun 2010

Animal And Plant Health Inspection Service: Processing Equipment Inspection Training Manual, H. Mark Hanna, Darren H. Jarboe

Agriculture and Environment Extension Publications

Processing operations are used to add value to harvested plant products. Typically one or more mechanical components perform individual functions to complete a process. When used in a sequence, these components form a complete processing system. To inspect and clean processing equipment, it is important to identify product flow through the overall system and within its various components.