Gericke to Unveil New Bulk Material Feeder at Powder Show

January 8, 2020

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Gericke to Unveil New Bulk Material Feeder at Powder Show
Gericke Feedos S bulk material feeding system

Gericke USA plans to unveil the Feedos S line of bulk material feeding systems in Booth 2432 at the Powder & Bulk Solids Conference & Exhibition, April 28-30, 2020 in Rosemont, IL.

Developed to deliver highly accurate dosing in a hygienic, compact design, the Feedos S feeders feature a proprietary rectangular helix design that promotes constant product flow from the hopper to the feeding tool for uniform dispensing to mixing and other secondary processes. The novel configuration also ensures complete discharge with minimal residue and disassembles in seconds without reaching into the chamber for safe, fast, easy cleaning.

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Developed for food, chemical, pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, and other processes, the Feedos S automatically meters free-flowing and flow-resistant granular and powdered materials at high feed rates to nearly 20 cu ft/hr, operating in a choice of volumetric or gravimetric feeding modes. For sanitary processing, the bulk feeding system is manufactured in polished stainless steel as standard in product contact areas with hygienic, dust-tight seals connecting upstream and downstream equipment. ATEX-certified versions for hazardous environments are offered as options.

The company also plans to showcase its size reduction and pneumatic conveying equipment and control systems at the Powder Show. Demonstrations may be scheduled in advance of the show.

Gericke USA Inc., Somerset, NJ 855 888-0088

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