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New Meyer Demo Van to Voyage Across America

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Display van brings company’s technology and capabilities

Wm. W. Meyer & Sons’ North American road trip begins this summer in its state-of-the-art rolling showroom directly from the Powder & Bulk Solids Conference & Exhibition (Powder Show) August 24-26 in Rosemont, IL.

The new display van is a show-n-tell opportunity for Meyer sales engineers to bring the company’s technology and capabilities directly to the user, OEM, and engineering firms.

Onboard are some of Meyer’s conveying components, including the knife gate, rotary airlock valve, screw pump, Klean-in-Place II and, double flap valve, providing the opportunity for live demonstrations of the products and the various application-specific options available.

“After the year of living virtually, we’re fired up to get out there and offer a hands-on, in-person experience,” said Meyer national sales manager, Fergus Keane. “And our existing customers can get a personalized maintenance and good practices refresher on the spot.”

Meyer encourages facilities interested in hosting the van, to reach out via [email protected] or call 847-918-0111.

Libertyville, IL-based, Meyer Industrial Solutions Div. produces system components for dry bulk material processing equipment, pneumatic conveying, and dust collectors. Precision engineered and manufactured in America, Meyer is known for robust rotary valves, sanitary airlock feeders, flap gates, knife gates, screw pumps, gravity diverters, and more.

 

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