In 2011, LACADEE from the small town of Laissac in the southern French region of Occitanie, commissioned a new animal feed mash processing plant. The French engineering company, CART, who designed the plant, relied on WAM France for the supply of a variety of WAMGROUP® equipment worth a six-digit amount. The supply consisted of more than thirty WAM® screw conveyors and feeders of different types and sizes, five chain conveyors, four bucket elevators by RONCUZZI®, a 10,500-litre batch mixer by MAP®, five WAM® dust collectors, as well as a large number of slide gates, pressure relief valves and vibrating bin aerators by OLI®, along with a rotary valve and a double-dump valve by TOREX® and an FIBC discharger by EXTRAC®.
Wilhelm Kreisel founded on August 12, 1912 a metalworking and autogenously welding company in Keula. The first product they manufactured were air filters. For more historical details, please watch this video.
KREISEL is a medium-sized company with a staff of about 100 employees. The company designs and manufactures components for bulk material handling and filter plants: Rotary valves, rotary feeder, rotary airlock, vertical star feeders, flap gate valves, slide gates, shutt-off gates, double flap gate valves, tangential rotary valves, self-cleaning rotary valves, blowing through rotary valves, star feeder, two-way diverter, branching chutes, bin top filter, bag filter, bag houses, jet-bag filter, dedusting systems, wet dedusting systems, cyclones, recuperators, pressure vessels, explosion-proofed valves, pneumatic conveying.
Bologna, Italy, Summer 2016 – Though amongst the countries’ major taxpayers, the tobacco industry is constantly fighting with public opinion over the burden it lays on national health care systems. However, in consideration of its global revenue being just about equal to the GDP of countries like Saudi Arabia, Venezuela, Sweden or Poland, it is worth taking a closer look at its needs in terms of production equipment.
MARTIN ENGINEERING – GLOBAL LEADER IN INNOVATION
Established in 1944, Martin Engineering is the leading international developer, manufacturer and supplier of innovations to make the handling of bulk materials cleaner, safer and more productive. Martin offers technologies that boost flow, reduce dust and spillage, extend component life and reduce downtime, resulting in improved operating environments and increased profitability.
Air Pollution Control Systems
Because we make our dust collectors and scrubbers in our own manufacturing facility, it is easy for Sly to accommodate your special needs. When it comes to air pollution control problems, don’t compromise, call Sly for:
The DUSTFIX® Dust Conditioner was developed to condition industrial dust in an economical manner, considerably simplifying handling and disposal operations. Innovative SINTTM engineering polymer components make the DUSTFIX® Conditioner suitable for continuous duty. In a particularly short mixing time, throughput rates ranging from 20 to 80 m³/h are achieved.
The RWN Rotary Feeders by TOREX® are designed for controlled discharge and feeding of pellets or wood chips from silos, hoppers or similar containers. The excellent cutting performance by the Hardox® rotor and feed rates of 2, 5, 10 and 20 litres per revolution, in combination with the available speeds of 20 and 30 revolutions per minute, make the RWN the ideal rotary feeder for use in solids combustion plants.
The MLH Laboratory Mixer is an extremely efficient, versatile mixer that finds its application in a number of fields thanks to its outstanding price-performance ratio. The MLH is used in both private and university research laboratories, as well as in testing facilities of various industries and service providers.
PLASTIROL from the Dutch town of Sliedrecht is a manufacturer of plastic foil produced in large rolls. For their raw materials, which are recycled from production waste, in the past they used bulk bags. This usually caused many storage, handling, discharge and replacement issues in their internal logistics system. The move towards larger storage silos linked to a vast duct network became mandatory.
São Paulo, Brazil – A global leader in bulk materials handling has used innovative air cannon technology to help the world’s largest orange juice producer mitigate material buildup caused by the super-heated silica flowing from the company’s thermal generator.