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Munson Machinery: Abrasion-Resistant Lump Breaker

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.

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Munson Machinery: Paddle Blender with Choppers intensifies Shear

Utica (NY), United States A new Munson Machinery Paddle Blender equipped with four high-speed choppers provides added shear to break lumps and/or disperse dry bulk solids, pastes, slurries and emulsions containing agglomerates during blending.  It handles free- and non-free-flowing materials that are dry, moist, oily or paste-like in batches up to 5.7 m3. 

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Lödige continuously operating Ploughshare Mixer KM 2000: One for All

Paderborn, Germany – Universal applicability, consistent reproducibility, maximum homogeneity of the end product and short residence times: These features characterize the continuous Ploughshare® mixer KM developed by Lödige Process Technology. Therefore, it is the right type of mixer for a multitude of applications. The low-maintenance KM is suitable for processing powdery, fibrous or granular solids as well as liquids and pastes. Granulation processes can also be carried out with the continuous mixer with minimum residence time.

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