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Removing oversize and undersize particles from on-size powder and bulk food and dairy products, the Kason sanitary, clean-in-place Vibroscreen double-deck screener features 2 horizontally mounted screens in a cylindrical housing supported on a circular base by springs.
Rebuilt as a replica of a 13th century mill, Walk Mill is a modern flour mill that uses water power to grind wheat with stone grinding wheels coupled with electrical augers and a modern centrifugal screener.
Material Transfer’s bulk-bag conditioning system features hydraulically actuated, twin heavy-wall tubular steel pivoting conditioning arms.
The feeders are light in weight and can be easily installed in a minimum of space in combination with other equipment.
Designed for sanitary applications and with feed rates up to 2,660 cu. ft./min., Schenck AccuRate’s Model DEA open frame weigh-belt feeder features tool-less belt removal.
Meyer vibratory feeders feature precise start/stop controls for accurate feed rates of most dry, free-flowing food and non-food products.
K-Tron’s modular cartridge bin vent provides air filtration of fine airborne particles from within a storage tank and releases clean air to the atmosphere.
BinMaster’s Model BM-30 LGX particulate monitoring system provides continuous emissions monitoring, baghouse filter leak detection and process particulate flow monitoring.
The Quadro Model F10 Fine Grind creates powders with particle sizes ranging from 5 to 150 microns (<100 US standard mesh).
Aplus Finetek Sensor’s belt conveyor safety cable pull switches provide a switching system to isolate the power to conveyor system and other equivalent process equipment in the emergency condition in the event of torsional belt movement due to uneven side loading.
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