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Machinery and Equipment of the Cane Sugar Factory by L. A. Tromp: A Classic Book on Sugar Production

If you are interested in learning about the machinery and equipment of the cane sugar factory, you might want to check out a classic book on this topic: Machinery and Equipment of the Cane Sugar Factory by L. A. Tromp. This book was first published in 1936 and has been reprinted several times since then. It is a comprehensive textbook on machinery for the cane sugar industry, covering everything from cane preparation, milling, extraction, clarification, evaporation, crystallization, centrifugation, drying, packing, to power generation and distribution.


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In this article, we will give you a brief overview of the book and its author, as well as some reasons why you should read it if you want to learn more about sugar production.

Who is L. A. Tromp?

L. A. Tromp was a Dutch engineer and author who had extensive experience in the sugar industry. He worked as a chief engineer for several sugar factories in Java, Indonesia, and later became a professor of sugar technology at the Technological University of Delft in the Netherlands. He also served as a consultant for various sugar projects around the world.

Tromp was a prolific writer who published many books and articles on sugar technology, engineering, and chemistry. He was also a member of several professional associations and received several awards and honors for his contributions to the field.

What is Machinery and Equipment of the Cane Sugar Factory about?

Machinery and Equipment of the Cane Sugar Factory is a textbook on machinery for the cane sugar industry that covers both theoretical and practical aspects of sugar production. The book is divided into 18 chapters, each focusing on a different stage or aspect of the process. The chapters are:

  • Cane Preparation

  • Milling

  • Extraction

  • Clarification

  • Evaporation

  • Crystallization

  • Centrifugation

  • Drying

  • Packing

  • Power Generation

  • Power Distribution

  • Steam Generation

  • Steam Distribution

  • Water Supply

  • Water Treatment

  • Air Supply

  • Lubrication

  • Maintenance