Whitstable, United Kingdom – A new TIP-TITE® Pail Dumper from Flexicon dumps pails containing high density bulk solid materials into downstream processing or storage vessels dust-free. The unit accommodates pails of up to 5 gallons (19 litres) measuring up to 15 in. (380 mm) in height, and weighing up to 750 lb (340 kg). Continue reading Flexicon: Pail Dumper for Dense Bulk Materials
Utica (NY), United States – A new model Rotary Lump Breaker from Munson Machinery breaks chunks of agglomerated abrasive or friable materials that have compacted during storage or shipment, conditioning them for downstream processing or conveying.
Utica (NY), United States – Munson Machinery has introduced a Variable Intensity Blender model VIM-124-SS with six injection ports, allowing liquid additions in small to large volumes to be combined with bulk food, chemical or pharmaceutical materials to produce pastes and slurries at high rates. Constructed of stainless steel, the sanitary unit can achieve homogenous blends in as little as 20 seconds residence time depending on material characteristics, yielding up to 57 m3 of throughput per hour.
Salina (KS), USA – To significantly shorten delivery times for customers of the Americas market, Coperion K-Tron located in Salina, KS USA, is starting the US production of Coperion Germany rotary valves type ZRD in Salina. The Coperion brand rotary valves are being added to the full line of Aerolock™ rotary valves that Coperion K-Tron Salina has manufactured for 60 years and ships to hundreds of customers each year.
The IBP 250/500 packaging system (IBP = Integrated Bagging and Packaging machines) of Coperion concentrates all weighing, bagging, marking, qualifying and palletizing functions in one small machine with a footprint of 8,500 x 2,200 mm.
Die Verpackungsmaschine IBP 250/500 (IBP = Integrated Bagging & Packaging System) von Coperion vereint das Wiegen, Verpacken, Kennzeichnen, Überwachen der Qualität und Palettieren in einer einzigen Maschine, deren Grundriss nur 8.500 mm x 2.200 mm beträgt.
(Published on YouTube on January 18, 2017)