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Parameters affecting Power Consumption in Pneumatic Conveying of Fine Particles

By N. Behera, V.K. Agarwal, M.G. Jones, K.C. Williams – Pneumatic conveying of certain bulk materials is widely used in industries due to certain advantages over other modes of conveying. As compared to dilute phase, dense phase conveying is a preferred method of conveying due to its low power consumption, low erosive wear and low attrition of particles. Fly ash and alumina being high aeration capable due to their fine particle size tend to be conveyed in fluidised dense mode at low velocities. In this paper, details of pneumatic conveying tests are presented which are carried out using fly ash and alumina as conveying material at different solids loading ratios for dense mode as well as dilute mode of flow. Continue reading Parameters affecting Power Consumption in Pneumatic Conveying of Fine Particles

Fritsch: Fast Analysis of Particle Shape and Size of Powders, Bulk Solids, Suspensions and Emulsions

Idar-Oberstein, Germany – The FRITSCH Analysette 28 ImageSizer for dry and wet measurement is an ideal particle sizer for all applications that require accurate and reproducible measuring results for both particle shape and size. The optical process of Dynamic Image Analysis provides results for a wide measuring range, delivers multiple shape parameters and evaluation possibilities for particle size.  Continue reading Fritsch: Fast Analysis of Particle Shape and Size of Powders, Bulk Solids, Suspensions and Emulsions

Kason: High capacity Cone Mill for sticky, moist, fragile Materials

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.

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