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Elcan Industries Moves to New Facility

Article-Elcan Industries Moves to New Facility

Virto/Elcan Industries has greatly increased its capabilities by moving to a new facility in Tuckahoe, NY. The new location has three times the capacity of the previous location and meets the higher demand for toll processing and testing customer’s products.

With a larger facility Virto/Elcan can provide expanded toll processing services to big and small clients. Virto/Elcan’s screening capability enables customers to send any quantity of material to be efficiently separated on either the Virto multi-frequency screener or the Minox tumbler screener. Toll processing is another opportunity for customers to develop new products and achieve commercial success without being capitally committed. After the new product is successful, the client can determine if it wants to purchase the technology and keep toll processing.  

The advanced technology of the Virto and Minox screeners, coupled with the techniques of the company’s experienced technicians, allows Virto/Elcan to separate complex materials. This technology provides higher separation performance, especially in applications such as very fine powders, sticky products, delicate agglomerates, and high-cost raw materials.

The new facility also enables Virto/Elcan to provide higher quality customer support for both Virto and Minox screening machine technologies. The new facility holds more parts inventory allowing for faster shipping.

Testing to determine if your product can benefit from advanced screening is done free and can be arranged by calling 800-283-5226 or visiting www.virto-elcan.com or www.minox-elcan.com.

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