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Choosing the most-appropriate flow additive to resolve a processing issue and incorporating it at an optimal level require a comprehensive approach to powder analysis.
Particle Mysteries Take a Powder -- Insights promise to enhance processing
Caking and agglomeration of powders can cause processing difficulties. Work to better understand the mechanisms of caking and to detect agglomerates promises to help process plants avoid such problems.
Chemical Processing: Effectively Handle Powders -- Take a practical approach to powder characterization and tap into operating experience.
Trapped air can cause fine powders to shoot through cracks and crevices. Here's how to eliminate this bin-afflicting problem.
Fine powders often need air injection to increase flow rates to an acceptable level. With entrained or injected air, powders flow like water, but when deaerated, the extremely low flow rate may be confused with a hang-up or arching condition.
From the 2008 Powder Show: Mark Rosenzweig and Ken Schnepf bring you video interviews from Anhydro, Arizona Instrument, Gardner Denver, K-Tron and Readco Kurimoto
Mixing of powders into liquids should be relatively easy. You pour powder onto the liquid's surface and then mix it in. However, this mixing can be very troublesome in production. This paper examines the various factors involved with mixing powders into liquids and how to avoid potential problems.
Powders developed to meet certain product performance targets often suffer from inconsistent and unpredictable flow. The reasons for this are many. A material's characteristics - adhesiveness, cohesiveness, aeratability, pressure-sensitivity - often change during processing and can cause flow ...
CP Powder eHandbook: Effective Powder Processing
Learn more about how to effectively handle powders during processing. Download your copy of this ChemicalProcessing Powder eHandbook now.
Lecture will look at the basics of powder behavior, focusing on powder flowability.
When designing a system to transport powders and granules there is a wide variety of considerations. Different applications, installation environments, equipment, material characteristics and how they may change during the process are all part of the equation. While many plants aim to keep costs ...
Freeman Technology published an educational guide on powder characterization for industrial applications.
Booklet explains how and why powders behave the way they do and how this impacts powder processing.
Freeman Technology published a new white paper that describes extensive experimental studies examining the multiple mechanisms that lead to powder caking.
DuPont Releases Teflon Powder Coating -- New coating is designed to be applied up to 80 mils.
Freeman Technology hosts a Powder Flow Seminar on July 18.
Powderflowanalysis.com features expert interviews with recognized powder industry leaders and a Q&A section.
Sample testing evaluates powder behavior and flowability.
Powders and solids are a tricky business. You have to be proactive to ensure catastrophic events like dust explosions don’t happen. You have to be able to convert laboratory findings into a meaningful process design all while taking into account forces unknown or unseen. And you have to make it ...
The new Bulk Solids Innovation Center at Kansas State University hosts “Powders and Bulk Solids Flow in Bins, Hoppers and Feeders” course.
New Video Answers Questions On Powder Flow Behavior -- Video offers tips on using Brookfield Engineering's new powder flow tester.
Chemical Processing Powder eHandbook: Succeed at Solids Handling
CP Powder eHandbook: Tips for Effective and Safe Handling of Solids