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Article by Leo Smith.
Why bulk powders Work Better, Cooling Technology – Business – Industrial Mechanical.
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Designed and patented with unparalleled efficiency, cooling technology bulk powders is considered as the worldwide leader in cooling solids bulk such as sugar, fertilizer, chemicals, plastics, biosolids dried, minerals, and many other types of grains, crystals and powders. This technology was a product of years of research and ingenuity of leaders in the bulk industry.This new cooling technology has different characteristics that make it highly efficient and superior compared to other competing technologies. It has a flow of slow and controlled to prevent damage to products during the whole process. This feature of the cooling technology using bulk powders lot in maintaining high quality product. In addition, this technology uses an indirect cooling, where cooling water flows through a plate to cool the product with the process of conduction. The function of the technology of mass flow of the processing technology of bulk powders helps a lot in creating uniform product velocity through the cooler and regulates the flow of product. Finally, this technology has been designed with solid vertical configuration of bulk products, and in which many other types of powder passes through the vertical cooler by gravity. In addition, the vertical feature of indirect heat exchange with this new technology offers several practical advantages that are incomparable with traditional methods of cooling bulk solids and other competing technologies. In addition, this advanced technology and innovative design has been developed for use with bulk solids and many other types of powders resulting in a superior product finish. Compared to other competing technologies, cooling technology bulk powders consumes up to 90% less energy to eliminate the production of air emissions, dust, fines and odors from the air since n ‘ was not used in the direct cooling of the product. And at the same time, it solves other problems commonly encountered in the process of cooling bulk solids such as bacterial contamination and odors, and changes in the product moisture was eliminated. The temperature profile produces bulk solids can also be accurately predicted at each level through the cooling process using a thermal modeling software. Thus, the final result is guaranteed thermal performance. This innovative cooling bulk powders is considered high efficiency for a fact that it uses up to 90% less energy than other competing technologies. The need for electric power and large disks heat loss associated were completely eliminated by designing indirect cooling plate that do not require the use of air during the cooling process. This feature combined with the large heat transfer surface of the cooling plates, makes this technology, bulk solids most efficient chiller available. Finally, the processing technology of bulk powders to the design of the cooling plate indirectly suggesting that air is not in direct contact with the product during the entire cooling process. And to top it all, this technology has the ability to control the movement of bulk materials producing a superior product finish. About the Author, Leo Smith is a freelance writer and an industrial contractor business currently based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. He writes articles on various subjects that include innovative technology in the treatment of bulk powders and other solid bulk materials. Most of his articles discusses the various applications of technology in improving major industrial processes such as heating and cooling products in bulk. Use and distribution of this article is subject to our guidelines (Editeurpar) which the original author’s information and copyright must be included.
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