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Powder/Bulk Solids, January 2014

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PowderBulkSolids.com J A N U A R Y 2 01 4 • IN THIS ISSUE Vol. 32, No. 1 Pneumatic Conveying: Velocity is King Paying attention to the velocity profile is essential and is the parameter that will have the largest effect on overall pneumatic conveying system performance. Read more on page 6 Feeders Spotlight T h e S o u r c e f o r D r y P r o c e s s i n g a n d B u l k H a n d l i n g Te c h n o l o g y Dense-Phase Pneumatic Conveying of Granular Sugar Read more on page 10 With the aim of maximizing flexibility, precision, and efficiency of the operation Wam's micro-batch feeders are specifically designed both for continuous and batch feeding processes. Read more on page 18 Vacuum Conveying: Safe, Secure, and Clean Powder transfer is a difficult business given the wide variety of products and differing conditions under which transfer has to occur. There are many issues to be considered. Read more on page 20 Hygienic Robotic Bag Filler The BFW Series open-mouth bagging machine is a fully robotic bottom-up filler for bagging powdery materials. The BFW Series is adapted to milk, whey protein, bakery mixes, and pharmaceutical powders. It is the combination of a hygienic spout, Fanuc Robot(s), and a bottom-up filling system. Together, these proven technologies offer clean and accurate operations by emitting virtually no dust during the filling process. The system provides both versatility and speed since it can handle paper, polyethylene, and laminated polywoven bags at up to 10 bags/min. Premier Tech Chronos, Riviere-du-Loup, Quebec, Canada 866-274-1287 www.ptchronos.com Silo Cleaning Without Confined Space Entry main_head main_head main_head body body body Martin silo solutions provide bulk material handlers with a solution for blocked vessels and plugged discharge chutes that will remove buildup, reclaim lost material, and restore design capacity and flow rates. In most cases, they eliminate the need for confined space entry and hazardous cleaning techniques such as explosives, water, and air lancing, typically allowing the material to be recaptured and returned to the process stream. Technicians use remote-controlled equipment from the top of the vessel to safely address blockages. Most cleaning projects are performed with the Martin Heavy Duty Whip, a portable, remote controlled tool that can be lowered into storage vessels through a manhole opening. The Martin Buster, which safely dislodges blockages by the force of expanding CO2 gas, can be used for extreme blockages where hardened lumps of material have plugged discharge chutes. Martin Engineering, Neponset, IL 800-544-2947 www.martin-eng.com Official Publication of PowderShow.com magenta cyan yellow black ES371133_PB1401_001.pgs 12.26.2013 22:14 UBM

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