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Whitepapers

  • Smart Air Assists

    REDUCE DEGRADATION AND DOWNTIME BY IMPROVING THE CONTROL OF YOUR CONVEY LINE VELOCITIES By adding smart sensors to our standard air boosting technology (Air Assist), we can provide our clients the ability to have full control to adjust air volume and pressure at every injection point. Quite simply, with a simple and cost-effective retrofit to your existing process, you can handle multiple products, with less product degradation, with less downtime, and with less maintenance. What’s more, you will have the ability to capture additional process data as you look to fine tune your system reliability.

  • Selecting the right drying system for agglomerating bulk solids: How to evaluate for optimal cost and performance

    Description: Learn more about factors for selecting optimal direct- and indirect-drying systems for particle agglomeration include heat transfer requirements and temperature sensitivity of material. In addition, the physical properties of the finished product often drive the choice of agglomeration and dryer technology.

  • Pneumatic Conveying and Respirable Crystalline Silica

  • Answers to Eight Common Questions about Pneumatic Conveying

  • Nol-Tec EUEC Sorb-Tec

  • NFPA 652 Countdown: Crucial Elements to Include in Your Combustible Dust Hazard Analysis

    Dust collection systems are one of the most critical elements to be included in a dust hazard analysis because they are a leading cause of combustible dust incidents. This eBook will discuss how to use a simple checklist analysis for your DHA, the most common areas to address in your DHA (dust collector housing, inlet ducting, return ducting and hopper) and the most common controls or protection devices used to make these areas safe.

  • DHA Methodology: Using a Prescriptive vs. Risk-Based Approach

    The purpose of this white paper is to examine the differences between Prescriptive and Risk-Based methodologies for conducting Dust Hazard Analysis, or DHA. Readers of this paper will come away with the knowledge to understand the differences and determine which approach better suits their needs.

  • HOW TO SELECT A CONTINUOUS LEVEL SENSOR

    Using a continuous level sensor to monitor the material level in your storage vessels can help your  operation maintain efficiency—preventing  costly process interruptions and keeping you up-to-date  on your inventory level. This whitepaper is intended to help operations choose a continuous level  sensor without having to wade through volumes of technical data. It will briefly describe the sensor  types available, address the pros and cons of each type, and explain what information you need to  gather before working with a sensor supplier. 

  • USING 3D LEVEL SENSORS TO SOLVE THE TOUGHEST FOOD STORAGE CHALLENGES

    For almost a decade, 3DLevelScanners have been providing highly accurate level and volume measure- ment in challenging materials contained in bins, tanks, and silos. The only sensor to measure and map  the material surface, it sends pulses in a 70° beam angle, taking multiple level measurements and  accounting for uneven surface topography when calculating volume. Each sensor comes with 3DVision  software that reports the lowest and highest points detected and the average level based upon a weighted  average of all measurements in the bin. For the MV and the MVL models, a colorful graphical representation  indicates where high and low spots exist in the silo.

  • GET THE POINT

    Point level indicators are an affordable, accurate tool to measure and alert to inventory high  and low levels. Easy to set up and configurable to fit a wide range of application needs, point  level indicators are a must-have for a safe, efficient operation. This whitepaper details what  users can expect from a point level device and explores point level options in the marketplace  and considerations when choosing a sensor.    

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