- Centrifuge and Vacuum Drying - Tom Patnaik - Heinkel USA
- Combustible Dust & Static Electricity - Dr. Vahid Ebadat - Chilworth Technology, Inc.
- Explosion Venting/Suppression - Dr. Gerd Mayer - Rembe, Inc.
- Mechanical Conveying - Bill Mecke, P.E. - KWS
- Valves - Jim Lenihan - Gemco Valve Company
- I have screw conveyors throughout my plant conveying a variety of bulk materi...
Great question! The two different flighting types that you are referring to are Helicoid and Sectional. Helicoid ... read more - June 3rd, 2013
Answered by: Bill Mecke, P.E.
- How can the Pred of an existing enclosure be increased to account for the bac...
A vent duct effectively “leads” an explosion to the outside of a building and creates back pressure, the force of which depe... read more - December 5th, 2012
Answered by: Dr. Gerd Mayer
- For polypropylene parts measuring between 3/8 in. to 2 in., would there be a ...
Please see the response below in regards to the multiple questions asked here. • Standard Polypropylene (PP) is a highly ... read more - June 13th, 2013
Answered by: Dr. Vahid Ebadat
- What is a good way to define the real weight above the valve and the real tor...
Estimating the real weight of product above a valve and its effect on valve torque is very complex with factors such as the appa... read more - March 21st, 2013
Answered by: Jim Lenihan
- What is the typical consistency of a product dried upon a centrifuge? Is it p...
There is no one “typical consistency” but in general a filtering centrifuge will accept a slurry (i.e., a suspension of soli... read more - January 14th, 2013
Answered by: Tom Patnaik
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