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Powder and Bulk Engineering
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Powder and Bulk Engineering is a technical publication devoted to readers in the bulk solids market, worldwide.
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Publication Date: 02/1987
Pages: 4
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A couple of summers ago, Jenike & Johanson, a consulting engineering firm specializing in solving and preventing powder and bulk solids handling problems, was contacted by a company with a serious flow problem: Product wasn't moving at all. The client, located in the southeastern United States, was handling soda ash [anhydrous sodium carbonate], a fine [ - 200 mesh] powder used in manufacturing sodium bicarbonate, glass, ceramics, detergents, and soap.

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