Staffordshire, United Kingdom – A new Kason Lump Breaker, model LB 550, can reduce agglomerates as large as 250 mm into particles with an average size as small as 2 mm with minimal heat generation or fines at rates from 2 to 25 tph. Its large 534 x 417 mm inlet allows the direct discharge of compacted materials from 25 kg sacks or bulk bags without the need for an intermediate controlled feed mechanism. Continue reading Kason: Lump Breaker reduces Agglomerates into Particles down to 2 mm
Sterling (IL), United States – Sterling Systems & Controls, Inc. announces availability of its automation application module for the Grinding of solids, such as for Grinding applications in Feedmills. Grinders are known by many names/types, e.g. Grinder, Classifier, Hammermill, etc. Sterling Systems routinely incorporates its Grinding application module in automation systems within a variety of industries, most notably in feed, Petfood, seed, food and other agricultural industries.
Düsseldorf, Germany – Pakistani Kohat Cement Company Ltd. has recently ordered as many as four vertical roller mills (VRM) from LOESCHE in order to expand their cement plant in Kohat, 160 km west of the capital city of Islamabad.
Helsinki, Finland – Metso has won a significant order to deliver a pellet plant, including grinding, filtration and a pyro-processing pellet plant to a large-scale steel operation of JSW Steel Ltd. in India. This new order is Metso’s largest global pellet plant delivery, and the single largest installation for Metso 2040-60 Vertical Plate Pressure Filters VPA, which are used in heavy-duty dewatering applications.
Sterling (IL), United States – Sterling Systems & Controls, Inc. has designed and provided equipment and software for a customized Automated Feedmill Control System using an Allen-Bradley PLC and desktop PC’s running Sterling Systems’ customized Windows-based Automation Software. Sterling’s forty plus (40+) years of Feedmill process and automation experience ensures quality and efficiency in both hardware and software.
Schliengen, Germany – The Paddy sensor, a particle sensor developed by envea™ – SWR engineering for on-line monitoring of coarse grain in the flow, can be used in all processes where solids are ground and screened. At the end of these processes at least two fractions are always produced, the fine material and the coarse grain. If a screen break occurs, up to now this has led to the production of large quantities of rejects or an increased workload due to renewed screening. The Paddy sensor is installed in the outlet of the material flow fraction and detects reliably if a screen break occurs.
Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom –A new 750 mm diameter cone mill, Kason model CGM 750, gently grinds fatty, heat sensitive, sticky, moist or fragile materials into uniform particle sizes with minimal fines at rates to 32 t/h.
Colwich (KS), United States – ICM, Inc., a global leading biofuels process technology provider, and The Andersons, Inc., a publicly-traded company with diverse interests encompassing a variety of agribusinesses, are partnering to own and construct ELEMENT, LLC, a 70 Million-Gallon-per-Year (approx. 265 million liters) bio-refinery located in Colwich, Kansas, USA.
The Netzsch Business Unit Grinding & Dispersing, with headquarters in Selb, will acquire the company ECUTEC Barcelona SL effective November 17, 2016.
ECUTEC is a leading supplier of production equipment and process solutions for the dry processing of minerals. The company’s primary focus is ultrafine grinding and classification as well as special surface coatings of such products. Founded in Germany in 1996, ECUTEC now has headquarters in Barcelona, where it employs a staff of 25.
The Netzsch Business Unit Grinding & Dispersing is also active in the market for mineral applications with its Business Field “Minerals & Mining” .
Pembroke Pines, Florida – December 2014
Itacamba Cemento S.A., a South American company located in Bolivia, has awarded its new raw material grinding solution to Gebr. Pfeiffer, Inc.