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Dense-phase conveying for fragile granules or pellets

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Schenck Process

Schenck Process

The E-finity (photo) is a continuous, dense-phase conveying system for fragile materials. Precise pressure monitoring and airflow corrections allow the system to operate efficiently under a wide range of conditions, while gently inducing materials through the conveying line in slug form. E-finity is well-suited for granular and pelleted materials. The system’s air controls can employ a single air source to operate two or three different systems simultaneously. The result is cost savings in both equipment and installation, says the company. — Schenck Process LLC, Kansas City, Mo.

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