Sunday, March 09, 2014
Special Supplier Links
Request For Quotes
2013-2014 Online Buyer's Guide
Corporate Capabilities Report
Tools & Resources
Detailed Editorial Calendar
Powder and Bulk Engineering
is a technical publication devoted to readers in the bulk solids market, worldwide.
Cover photo courtesy of
Lorenz Conveying Products
Complete table of contents
This Month's Focus:
Pneumatic Points to Ponder: Simplifying conveying challenges with closed-loop pneumatic conveying
Columnists Paul E. Solt and Jack D. Hilbert discuss how to simplify challenges with closed-loop pneumatic conveying systems.
Vacuum pneumatic conveying: Choosing the right system components for your non-free-flowing powder
This article provides advice on choosing vacuum conveying system components that can help you successfully transfer a non-free-flowing powder.
Suppliers' Tips: When I speed up my blower, my conveying rate goes down. Why?
Preventing moisture caking, the unwanted agglomeration
This article describes characterization tests that can determine whether a material will cake due to moisture, and discusses possible post-process solutions for preventing moisture caking during transportation and storage.
Accurately and safely dispensing toxic or highly reactive powders with an automated loss-in-weight feeder
This article explains how an automated loss-in-weight feeder can accurately and safely dispense toxic or highly reactive chemical and pharmaceutical powders in continuous feeding and batching applications, eliminating the dangers and inefficiencies of conventional manual loading.
Follow Us On
2014 Editorial Calendar
Mixing and Blending
Screening and Classifying
Bagging and Packaging
Annual Buyer's Guide
Weighing and Batching
Dust Collection and Dust Control
Coming Next Issue
Dealing with segregation
Improving dryer efficiency
Copyright 2014, CSC Publishing Inc. ALL Rights Reserved *