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  • Bühler Introduces Mill E3 Milling Technology

    October 15, 2019

    With Mill E3, Bühler revolutionizes the milling industry and sets new standards in cost-effective building investment, project realization time, and energy consumption. “After the introduction of automation 40 years ago, Mill E3 is the next big step forward in milling,” said...

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  • Granulators with New Digital Control System

    October 10, 2019

    Hellweg introduces granulators with new digital smart control systems. This enables networked communication of the machines with upstream and downstream components, as well as with operators, in line with Industry 4.0 Internet of Things (IoT) principles. The new system measures and stores power...

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  • Knife Mill Provides Homogeneous Samples

    October 2, 2019

    The knife mill Pulverisette 11 provides a homogeneous sample in a short time due to its design. Each subsample taken from any location in the grinding vessel is representative for the original sample and thus ensures an exact, significant analysis. That is for a wide range of different materials,...

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  • Crusher Feeding with Arched Plate Conveyors

    September 18, 2019

    In 2015, Cementownia Warta made the decision to install an Aumund arched plate conveyor for hopper discharge of clinker and sticky raw materials such as natural gypsum. Just one year later Aumund supplied another arched plate conveyor to the Warta plant in Dzialoszyn to feed limestone to the...

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  • Redesigned Heavy-Duty Lump Breaker Introduced

    August 26, 2019

    Schutte Hammermill introduces the redesigned heavy-duty BD Series lump breaker for de-agglomeration needs. This newly redesigned high-capacity, single rotor, hammer and comb design lump breaker is ideal for most de-agglomeration applications. Available in carbon or stainless steel, the lump...

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  • Superior, CMS Cepcor Create Partnership for Crusher Parts

    July 29, 2019

    Superior Industries Inc., a U.S.-based manufacturer and global supplier of bulk material processing and handling systems, says it has entered into a strategic partnership with CMS Cepcor, Europe’s largest manufacturer of aftermarket crusher parts. For 40-plus years, CMS Cepcor has...

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  • Jet Pulverizer Appoints New President

    July 15, 2019

    The Jet Pulverizer Company, a subsidiary of Rice Industries LLC, has announced the promotion of its new President, Valentin Alvarez, currently President of Ancos, a sister company and subsidiary of Rice Industries LLC. Valentin comes with a background in leading complex, technical multi-site...

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  • Coperion Introduces New Generation of Strand Pelletizers

    July 15, 2019

    Coperion Pelletizing Technology GmbH, Offenbach, introduces improved dual bearing strand pelletizers that have been re-engineered based on field experience and current market demands. The SP140, SP240, and SP340 models in the SP series have been equipped with a variety of enhanced features for...

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  • Hygienic Lump Breaker for High-End Food Industry

    July 11, 2019

    Dinnissen has developed a hygienic lump breaker for a major infant food producer. The aim was to create a new Viwateq easy-clean design without any hollow bodies that would be simple to extract: the rotating part and the screen are extractable. Dinnissen is experienced in cantilever, EHDG,...

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  • Sub-Micron Mixer Mill

    July 8, 2019

    The new MM 500 sub-micron mixer mill is a compact, versatile bench-top unit that has been developed for dry, wet, and cryogenic grinding of up to 2 x 45 ml sample material within seconds.  With a maximum frequency of 35 Hz, it generates enough energy to produce particles in the nanometer...

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