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Publication Date: 05/1996
Pages: 4
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Proper air management pulls the plug on pneumatic conveying line blockage

Kaolin clay repeatedly plugged dense-phase conveying lines until a minerals producer found a retrofit solution.

J.M. Huber Corp.'s Engineered Minerals Division mines and processes kaolin clay and calcium carbonate and also processes alumina trihydrate and other minerals. The division's plant in Wrens, Ga., mines and processes kaolin clay for sale worldwide.

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