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K-State Offers Powders And Bulk Solids Flow Course

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The new Bulk Solids Innovation Center at Kansas State University hosts “Powders and Bulk Solids Flow in Bins, Hoppers and Feeders” course.

Chemical Processing Powder eHandbook: Succeed at Solids Handling

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Chemical Processing Powder eHandbook: Succeed at Solids Handling

CP Powder eHandbook: Tips for Effective and Safe Handling of Solids

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CP Powder eHandbook: Tips for Effective and Safe Handling of Solids

Hapman Releases Powder and Bulk Solids Material Density Guide

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Hapman Releases Powder and Bulk Solids Material Density Guide

Level measurement of bulk solids and powders

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This 26-page white paper from Monitor Technologies discusses the difficulties in measuring bulk solids and powders in bins, silos and hoppers. Download this document to learn which technologies are out there that can make this job easier.

Flow Meters Achieve Solid Success

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Monitoring the flow of powders and other solids often is crucial for operations but can be trickier than monitoring fluids. Here’s a rundown of some significant developments in technology to measure such materials.

Poll: Powder Handling Issues

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We asked readers: Which operation poses the most issues in your handling of powders and other solids?

Powder & Solids: First, Select the Right Blender

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Determine what type of blender you need – mechanical, gravity or fluid-assisted – and understand the pros and cons of each.

eHandbook: Make Solids Problems Take a Powder

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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 ...

Powder Handling: Make the Most of Flow Additives

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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.

The New Year Brings Solid Progress

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Chemical Processing gains a new columnist to give readers some “Solid Advice” on handling solids, and welcomes two new members to its Editorial Board.

2008 Powder Show Round Up

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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

Preclude Powder Problems

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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.

Particle Mysteries Take a Powder

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Particle Mysteries Take a Powder -- Insights promise to enhance processing

Powder Handling: Stop What You’re Doing

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Plants that must dry solids sometimes run into problems that can be solved most effectively by challenging what they are doing and the equipment they are using. Here are some examples of the value of taking a fresh look at drying operations.

Powder Handling: Stop Solvent Snags

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One often-overlooked consideration in dryer selection is prevention of solvent (or moisture) from re-binding to the product. Understanding how the solvent is held in the particulate solid is important. Eight test methods can provide key insights.

Solve Solids Processing Conundrums

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Schools largely ignore solids processing but many plants handle solids. So, it’s important to know that particulates often exist in more than one form or crystal structure. This can lead to clumping and other issues.

Powder Handling: Prevent Fine Powder Flushing

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Trapped air can cause fine powders to shoot through cracks and crevices. Here's how to eliminate this bin-afflicting problem.

Solids Handling: Surmount Sticky Situations

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When wet, almost all fine solids are sticky. In addition, many particles will clump together. This often leads to plugging of fluidized-bed dryers. Attention to three factors is crucial for successful handling of particulate solids in a fluidized bed.

Solids Processing: Put STEAM into Your Efforts

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Solids processing is complex. Unfortunately, spending countless hours on research often won’t lead to finding the necessary insights for design or equipment selection. In many cases, the proper solution relies more on art than basic science.

Properly introduce solids into a flowing gas stream

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Particulate solids are often required to be introduced into a flowing gas stream. If not done correctly, introduction of solids into the gas stream can lead to impingement of solids on the pipe, resulting in erosion of the pipe in the area of the solids introduction.

Plugging hampers solids' Removal

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I would suggest that a progress cavity pump/frequency drive be used to control this process. A mass-flow meter could be used to read the percent of solids in a side stream and connected to a single-loop process controller (SLPC), could do an excellent job of maintaining the percent of solids at ...

Webcast: Energy Efficiency -- Bulk Solids Cooling & Heating

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Energy Efficiency -- Bulk Solids Cooling & Heating

Reagent Powders Promise Solid Benefits

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Reagent Powders Promise Solid Benefits -- Cross-coupling reactions may particularly gain from new zinc compounds.

Research Report Points to Bulk Solids Challenges

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Survey results provide compelling insight in terms of how executives and engineers grapple with identifying new bulk-solids-handling equipment.

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