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  • Raymond Bartlett Snow Now in One Location

    January 31, 2018

    The Chicago area-based operations of Raymond Bartlett Snow are now located under one roof. The business office previously located in Warrenville, IL has relocated to establish the company’s global headquarters at its applications development and R&D laboratory in Naperville, IL. ...

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  • Recipe for a Perfect Lab: 4 Key Ingredients

    January 29, 2018

    Hosokawa Micron Powder Systems is hosting a webinar on a “Recipe for a Perfect Lab: 4 Key Ingredients” on Wednesday, March 7 at 2 pm Eastern. Accurate and dependable equipment is the foundation for a perfect laboratory. Hosokawa believes there are key ingredients critical to this...

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  • Sulzer Completes Acquisition of JWC Environmental

    January 11, 2018

    Sulzer announces that it has completed the acquisition of JWC Environmental LLC (JWC). JWC is a leading provider of highly engineered, mission-critical solids reduction and removal products such as grinders, screens, and dissolved air flotation system for municipal, industrial and commercial...

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  • GEA Expands Extrusion and Milling Technology Offerings

    January 5, 2018

    German food processing technology firm GEA Group announced the expansion of its extrusion and milling technology portfolio following its November 2017 acquisition Italian industrial solutions provider Pavan Group. The purchase of the equipment maker now gives GEA customers more options to process...

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  • Classifying Impact Mill

    November 29, 2017

    The Sturtevant FCM is a classifying impact mill capable of narrow particle size distribution from 95% below 250 micron (95% passes through 60 mesh) to 90% below 10 micron (90% passes through 1250 mesh). It is a workhorse in particle size reduction applications due to its combination of impact...

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  • Pin Mill Cleans Rapidly

    November 29, 2017

    Munson’s 24-in.-diam pin mill grinds, sizes, de-agglomerates, and homogenizes friable or other materials into controlled particle sizes, from coarse to fine (400 mesh). Also known as a centrifugal impact mill, it is equipped with a stationary outer disc and a rotating inner disc, both of...

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  • Upgraded Grinding System

    November 29, 2017

    Compared to the traditional peg grinding system, several significant upgrades have been made with the Neos grinding system. A ceramic material with high wear resistance and maximum thermal conductivity is now standard for the inner liner of the grinding chamber. The agitator shaft was designed so,...

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  • Direct-Drive Mill

    November 29, 2017

    The newly designed PKA Velocity Series mill now has dual air inlets controlled by air damping valves to control the volume of air intake into each of the air inlets in the mill chamber. These double the amount of air intake into the mills cutting chamber. The mill also has dual material outlets,...

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  • How to Protect Against Explosion Hazards in the Milling Area of a Co-Firing Power Plant

    October 25, 2017

    A new safety approach for protecting coal/wood grinding plants against the ravages of a combustible dust explosion has been developed, using “flameless venting” devices and leak-tight explosion venting panels. Roller mills are usually located inside buildings; conventional venting...

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  • Improving the Value of Carbon Black

    October 11, 2017

    Hosokawa is hosting an educational webinar on “Improving the Value of Carbon Black” on November 29. Carbon black is a material produced from the incomplete combustion of hydrocarbons and is an essential component in tires, rubber, plastics, and liquids, enhancing these products by...

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