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Publication Date: 06/1992
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In-line crushing device for pneumatic conveying system solves material flow problem

A kaolin clay company installs an in-line crushing device to break lumps, promoting material flow to bag packers.

Thiele Kaolin Company of Sandersville, Ga., manufactures and supplies kaolin clay products used primarily in the pulp and paper industry. Thiele Kaolin mines raw kaolin clay at several different sites in central Georgia. The clay is then transported in slurry form by pipeline to a plant.

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