Dry Processing

Agitator-hopper

Designed specifically for handling bulk materials known to generate combustible dust, National Bulk Equipment’s agitator hopper is constructed with explosion protection and control features, including an explosion venting system (calculated on a Kst value of 170 and Pmax of 9.5psi) to direct and release overpressure to prepared areas.
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Bag dump station

Hapman’s FL series bag dump station efficiently minimizes dust when introducing bagged ingredients into a process by employing a self-contained filtration system with a collection efficiency of 99.9 percent down to 0.5-micron particle sizes.
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Dumper keeps dust down

Flexicon’s Tip-Tite high-lift box/container dumper provides dust-free operation while discharging into vessels from 6 to 10 ft. (183 to 305cm) above the plant floor.
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Receivers ease powder handling

Redesigned K-Tron Premier P-Series central receivers handle powders, poor-flowing powders and fragile materials, providing a custom solution for difficult conveying applications.
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Continuous collection system

Nilfisk’s Longopac system works like an endless collection bag that can be dispensed as needed to any length and volume for the company’s CFM S3 industrial vacuum cleaner.
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Twin screw feeder

Schenck AccuRate’s volumetric or gravimetric MECHATRON twin screw feeder features all stainless steel construction with an internal agitator for handling cohesive materials.
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Bag dump station

Vac-U-Max’s Model 104121 bag dump stations are available with an integral dust collector and special flanged discharge outlet to mate with the user’s existing equipment. 
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T3-A feeder

The Schenck AccuRate Mechatron 3-A feeder can be used in food and dairy industries where equipment and processes must meet 3-A sanitary levels or equivalent.
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Bulk bag material conditioner

Material Transfer’s bulk bag material conditioner uses hydraulically actuated pivoting conditioning arms and a rotary lift table to safely and efficiently return solidified materials to a free-flowing state.
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