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Segregation, Degradation and Caking of Bulk Materials and Powders

solidifying of bulk powders or materials during storage

Do your bulk materials de-blend or suffer damage during transportation around the plant or during discharge?

Maybe you are experiencing the solidifying of bulk powders or materials during storage?

Yes? Then you may wish to join us on the specially designed one day course in Kent to learn how to avoid these situations and prevent future occurrences….

Segregation, Degradation and Caking of Bulk Materials in Storage and Transport; 26 September 2013 at the University of Greenwich Medway campus in Kent.

Discover

  • Why a well mixed blend becomes a variable one due to separation in handling; (segregation)
  • Why materials suffer damage during conveying from one part of the process to another; (degradation)
  • Why free flowing powders can become solid lumps during transport; (caking)

For details/booking on these courses and services provided by the Wolfson Centre for Bulk Solids Handling Technology please visit www.bulksolids.com or contact [email protected]; 020 8331 8646

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