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  • Agglomeration Spotlight - May 09

    April 21, 2009

    Compactors These compactors were engineered to densify materials by applying pressure or by combining pressure with heat, binding agents, or moisture. Available in heavy- and severe-duty versions, the easily maintained units are versatile and energy-efficient systems for compacting, densifying, or...

  • IBA Announces Its 31st Biennial Conference

    February 12, 2009

    The Institute for Briquetting & Agglomeration (IBA), now in its 60th year as a professional organization devoted to the science and application of size enlargement methods, has announced its 31st biennial conference, to be held September 27-30, 2009 at the Hotel Contessa in San Antonio. For...

  • Sandvik's HS Rotoform System Selected for Russian Fertilizer Facility

    January 21, 2009

    JSC Acron is to de-bottleneck urea solidification processes at its Veliky Novgorod facility in Russia with the installation of a Rotoform HS pastillation line delivering a throughput capacity of up to 40,000 MTPY.     Scheduled for delivery in March 2009, the order is for the...

  • Wet Agglomeration and Instant Mixing

    April 29, 2008

    Untitled Document By accurately introducing preblended powders and liquids into a specially designed mixing chamber, low- to medium-density agglomerates with good dispersion and solubility can be produced. The Turbulizer can be used for wet agglomeration to produce granules up to 3...

  • Agglomeration Spotlight - May 08

    April 23, 2008

    Pin Mixer Pelletizer The pin mixer pelletizer Model 30D120L is equipped with a unique double-helix pin arrangement, an inlet flighted section, a rubber-lined chamber, multiple liquid-injection ports, and a VFD-controlled motor. Ready for final inspection before shipping to a waste-material...

  • What Is Agglomeration?

    February 27, 2008

        Agglomeration, the sticking of particles to one another or to solid surfaces, is a natural phenomenon. For powders and bulk solids, agglomeration can be unwanted, resulting in uncontrolled buildup, caking, bridging, or lumping. It can also be a beneficial process,...