Solids Processing: Prevent Caking and Unintended Agglomeration
Learn what causes caking and how testing methods can help identify critical parameters for controlling it
Greg Mehos, Scott Clement Jenike & Johanson, Inc.
Caking occurs when an easy-flowing powder becomes cohesive after storage or transport, forming agglomerates comprised of individual particles that are bonded together. As a consequence, a powder that flowed freely during packaging may contain lumps...
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