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Powder & Bulk Solids, May 2018

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PowderBulkSolids.com 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 Offi cial Publication of PowderShow.com Vol. 36, No. 5 Selecting the Right Conveyor Selecting a conveyor can be over- whelming. Taking the time to under- stand the essentials will help you select the best conveying technology for your specific needs. Read more on page 18 In-Line Monitoring Technology for Granulation Optimization The introduction of new in-line tech- nology for the characterization of bulk powder flow offers significant opportu- nities for enhanced process monitoring. Read more on page 22 Choosing the Proper Vibratory Screener Manufacturers offer multiple vibratory screeners to handle separation and siz- ing of materials or for the removal of unwanted materials from a batch. Jack Steinbuch, Cleveland Vibrator Co., dis- cusses your options. Read more on page 26 • IN THIS ISSUE M AY 2 0 1 8 Replacement Filter Bags Kice Industries has introduced a new line of replacement filter bags that are more efficient and offer a longer bag life than previous versions. DuraTes bags allow less penetration of the media and promote more surface loading, resulting in longer media life. Customers will see shorter lead times and lower costs. In addition, testing results showed a better EPA compliance. The new option includes an improved ground wire that includes stainless steel ground wire for food grade and NFPA compliance. Kice Industries, Wichita, KS 316-744-7151 www.kice.com Vibratory Conveyor Integrates with Metal Detector Key Technology offers a special- ized Iso-Flo vibratory conveyor designed specifically for integra- tion with a metal detector to inspect bulk foods on processing and packaging distribu- tion lines. Compared to traditional plastic or fabric belt conveyor systems integrated with metal detectors, this vibratory solution reduces maintenance and minimizes product spillage, while improving sanitation to maximize food safety. Recently upgraded with the latest sanitary design features, it combines three conveyor bed sections. Key Technology Inc., Walla Walla, WA 509-529-2161 www.key.net Identifying a Pin Mill for Optimal Performance and Minimal Downtime Page 10

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