As processes in the chemical industry develop, customers now expect, and indeed demand, that their production line operates more smoothly and efficiently than ever before. In the past, drying and mixing was a separate process but modern technology now allows them to be combined, producing the same result but in far less time. Vortex Mixing Technology spent 5 years developing a combination machine specifically designed for the mixing, drying and reaction of a wide variety of materials. In theory this is relatively simple to understand, however the advanced technology required in a practical application is far more complex than it would first appear.
Since 1969 WAMGROUP has been designing, engineering and manufacturing equipment for bulk solids discharging, conveying, dosing, mixing solids with solids and solids with liquids, for dust filtration, and for solids-liquid separation. This has led to the most comprehensive product range available on the market today and has made WAMGROUP a world leader in the supply of components for dry solids storage, handling and processing plants.
Rio Verde, Goiás, Brazil, December 2015 – BRF was founded in 2009 from the association between Sadia and Perdigao. After the merger, which was completed in 2012, the company became one of the giants in the global food market. Today they are the world’s seventh largest food company by market value, as well as one of the main exporters of animal protein worldwide, accounting for 9% of world exports, with foods that reach more than 110 countries on five continents.
The video shows the operating principle of shaftless screw conveyors and examples of application.
In the summer of 2014, a global cement supplier from Germany required for their German R&D centre two mixing stations for a new test laboratory. EMT, the German branch of WAMGROUP®’s Mixer Division, MAP®, ranked among the potential suppliers.
For their dry building materials processing plant in Cikarang Utara, Bekasi, West Java, Indonesia, a renowned global player chose WAMGROUP® equipment.
Discovering WAM® in Brazil
São José dos Campos, São Paulo, Brazil, December 2015
Since 1999 WAMGROUP® has been represented in Brazil by its own subsidiary near São Paulo, the country’s economic and financial capital.
Responsible for distribution of the WAMGROUP® product range in Brazil and, since 2001, as the Group’s South American manufacturing hub for screw conveyors and other WAMGROUP® equipment, it is the goal of WAM do Brasil to provide a vast customer base with attractively priced products in industrial quality, specifically tailored to the different needs of a variety of industries in their home market and in some neighbouring territories. Customer satisfaction through professional advice, comprehensive service and constant availability backed up by a vast stock of equipment, accessories and spare parts are an expectation WAM do Brasil is ready to fulfil day by day.
By starting production at WAM do Brasil in 2001, WAMGROUP® confirmed its intention of a long-term presence in the South American marketplace.
While according to WAM do Brasil’s general manager, Andrea Ferri, the short-term outlook on the Brazilian economy is not positive, the country’s high potential in terms of natural and professional resources is leaving WAMGROUP® confident about future business opportunities.
Since the early 1980s WAMGROUP’s comprehensive range of compact Polygonal Dust Collectors has been meeting the requirements of users from all industries worldwide.
Full-bore-through material flow is ensured by the use of WAM’s ball segment valve.
Millburn, NJ, USA—Kason Corporation, a US-based manufacturer of screening, sifting and fluid bed processing equipment, has acquired Kek-Gardner Ltd., a UK-based manufacturer of sifting, mixing and size reduction equipment, it was announced by Kason CEO Jonathan Weiner.