Products/Services for Agglomeration Drum

  • Solids Granulation and Agglomeration Equipment-Image
    Solids Granulation and Agglomeration Equipment - (183 companies)
    ...and solids agglomeration equipment. Examples include disc pelletizers, rotary drums, pin mixers, paddle mixers, compactors, and briquetting machinery. Most solids granulation and agglomeration equipment uses mechanical pressure to compress and compact... Learn More
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    Process Dryers - (672 companies)
    Suction drum dryers consist of a series of perforated cylinders or drums with an internal vacuum. Web or sheet materials are held against the drum by the vacuum or suction generated as a fan draws air from the interior of the drum. This suction holds... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Packaging Containers - (1659 companies)
    ...to manufacturers are frequently provided in drums, sacks, crates, or other kinds of bulk packaging. These tertiary and secondary packagings do not constitute 'packaging containers,' yet understanding the contrasting levels of containerization aids... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Drum Heaters - (96 companies)
    Drum heaters are used to heat containers of viscous materials. They can be wrapped around or placed inside containers that hold substances such as wax or grease. Drum heaters are used on drums or process materials in a number of ways. Some... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Drum Pumps - (263 companies)
    Credit: Binks | Wilden Pump & Engineering, LLC. | U.S. Plastic Corporation. Drum pumps, also called barrel pumps, are designed to transport or dispense the contents of drums, pails, or tanks. Pumps are driven by a variety of methods including hand... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Drum Pulleys - (32 companies)
    Drum pulleys are power transmission components used in conveyor and bulk handling applications. There are five product categories: heavy duty, mine duty, quarry duty, extreme duty, and engineered class. Heavy duty drum pulleys meet or exceed... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Scrubbers (cleaning tools) - (175 companies)
    Scrubbers are machines used to clean large surface areas such as walkways, roads, factory floors and parking areas. Learn More
  • Materials Processing Services - (360 companies)
    ...process that is larger than laboratory scale and used to develop a subsequent full-scale process. Typically, pilot scale quantities are in the range of several drums (e.g. 55-gallon drums) orhundreds of pounds or gallons; however, quantities vary... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Biotechnology and Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Services - (422 companies)
    ...that is larger than laboratory scale and used to develop a subsequent full-scale process. Typically, pilot scale quantities are in the range of several drums (e.g., 55-gallon drums) or hundreds of pounds or gallons; however, quantities vary... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Powder Dryers - (47 companies)
    ...and prevent agglomeration. They typically consist of a long trough or drum along which runs a shaft holding the paddles. Spray dryers are the most widely used industrial equipment for particle formation and drying. A spray dryer consists of a feed pump... Search by Specification | Learn More
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Herein lies the dilemma. Large particles are preferred due to the lack of cohesive flow problems. However, large particles have low surface area and, hence, limited chemical functionality. One solution to this particle design process quandary is to use an agglomeration process that creates a large porous...

...or conversely sink to the bottom of. the vessel and remain undispersed. The mixer must provide efficient in-tank. movement to prevent this. • Some powders are very cohesive,and must be added at a controlled rate to reduce. agglomeration of particles. • Agglomerates cannot readily be broken down by simple...

...chemical mechanisms: 1. Control of the rate of precipitation and of crystal growth. 2. Control of particle agglomeration and nature of scale deposit by affecting particle-to-particle attractive forces. 3. Crystal modification. Scale deposits that have formed beyond control by any or a combination...

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