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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.
Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service
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Hanna, H. Mark and Jarboe, Darren H., "Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service: Processing Equipment Inspection Training Manual" (2010). Agriculture and Environment Extension Publications. 114.