CCS rotary systems are manufactured
in the US to the highest standards, to operate under the most severe
manufacturing environments, and give years of trouble free
operation. We use the most modern technology available on the
We have established a position in
the market of building high quality indestructible equipment.
Compare our systems to the competition and it will be obvious who
builds the stronger system.
Our coating chamber walls are 7/8” thick cast steel, no other
manufacturer comes close to that. Our chamber wall is cast in the US
and machined to .005” before being delivered to our facility in
Kansas where it is final ground and precision fit to the rotor
Each CCS unit is hand built by technicians who have years of rotary
assembly experience. Our chamber has an integrated, replaceable,
wear band that is custom fit to the side wall of the barrel and has
a .002” gap with the rotor.
All CCS 2500, 3150, and 4800 use
our (Q-DRIVE) belt drive system that is maintenance free and offers
years of operational service.
We use Express Scale heads on the 3150 and 4800 units and build our
own scale units on the 2500 units. All supporting scale components
are US manufactured or fabricated in our manufacturing facility.
UC Systems is constantly working on
new aspects of equipment systems automation from PLC based coating
systems control, to loss in weight powder and liquid delivery
systems for both of our seed processing systems CCS and GTS units.
We are striving to be on the cutting edge of seed coating and
treating systems technology.
To fully address the automation control side of our systems, we work
with several automation houses to bring the best and newest
technologies into our system control inventory.
All CCS and GTS systems are offered with PLC based control, and
touch screen operator interfaces.
Many systems that are now in the field are tailored to the
customers’ unique requirements.
With the automation technologies available today, it is easy to
offer our customers a wide variety of custom automation options at a
In today's operational environment simple machine control is just
the starting point for automation control systems, we are now
required to interface with other operational systems, control
satellite machinery, and start up and stop whole plant systems in
conjunction with our coating equipment.