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June 29, 2010
This table supports the article Using Inserts to Address Solids Flow Problems, CE, July 2010, pp. 32–37. U. S. Patents Patent # Date Title Inventors 1,731,675 Oct. 15, 1929 Sawdust Feeder McCoy, John C. 2,843,274 Jul. 15, 1958 Flow Control Baffle for Granular Material Williams, Gael M. 3,166,222 Jan. 19, 1965 Vibratory Bin Agitator Schrader, Preston H. 3,794,386 Feb. 26, 1974...
April 1, 2010
A rapid and ongoing expansion of polysilicon production capacity will likely generate an oversupply for the next several years, driving polysilicon manufacturers to further innovate processes and reduce operating costs in preparation for an impending wave of new demand. Drastic price drops experienced in 2009 are expected to continue at a slower pace in 2010, yet polysilicon producers remain poised to...
January 1, 2010
This weigh belt helps minimize material build up Thayer Scale- Hyer Industries The Model SI Ultra-Sanitary Insertion weigh belt (photo) is designed to enable effective and efficient cleaning for sanitary applications in food processing. The weigh belt features a trough shape to help keep product away from the belt edges. The trough shape eliminates the need for side skirts, which can be an area prone to...
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