Bulk solids, powders and granulates are handled in a variety of process industry markets.
Specific process technology is essential for producing, processing and handling different dry materials. Process engineering innovations are available for these bulk handling markets:
Converting raw bulk ingredients (agricultural products) into food or food into other forms for consumption is a labor-intensive venture.
Pet Food Processing
In pet food processing and pet food manufacturing processes, specific process equipment is utilized. Find out more about dry food handling innovations in the pet food industry.
Animal Feed Processing
Feed cost represents the major item in the cost of animal production. Work will continue to refine animal feed processing technology to reduce the cost of animal feed and to increase the value of feed for a target animal.
Throughout the milling process, from cleaning, sorting, size reduction, to separating or classifying dry bulk materials, particular process equipment is utilized.
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Powder processing solutions for the chemical industry, where raw (bulk) materials undergo chemical conversion during their processing into finished products, or into products that are of value to other industries.
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With bulk pharmaceutical ingredients processing, quality is essential – cutting-edge research and development and excellent process technology are what make pharmaceutical companies stand out.
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When transforming the plastics raw bulk materials into (semi-) finished products, it is critical to be familiar with the manufacturing options available today and the new developments that signal how parts will be made tomorrow.
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It is challenging to find a source that covers all aspects of mineral processing technology. Processing and separating commercially valuable minerals from their ores requires in-depth knowledge of the various steps.
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The current focus in fertilizer processing is reducing the harmful environmental impacts of fertilizer use and finding new, less expensive sources of fertilizers.