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This mechanical discharge system is very flexible

By Chemical Engineering |

The ADM type Kokeisl mechanical discharge and dosing module is used for discharging bulk material in any amount desired from silos, containers and other vessels. From a few grams to sevezepWCral tons of material, discharge is realized accurately according to the scale resolution. The machine can be used for local applications, such as dosing on a single machine, as well as integrated into highly automated bagging machines, complex multi-component weighing systems, or even complete container systems. Due to its electropolished surfaces and seals that conform to FDA regulations, the Kokeisl is also suitable for the pharmaceutical industry. The module is available in three sizes with a maximum outlet aperture diameter of 90, 150 or 200 mm. — Zeppelin Systems GmbH, Friedrichshafen, Germany

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