Unloading, feeding, conveying, storage, security sieving and drum filling of lactose

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Courtesy of Gericke

Subject: Expansion of the existing facility in Nörten-Hardenberg to enable the production of Direct Compression Lactose (DCL).
 
Client: DMV International in Nörten-Hardenberg (Germany)
 
Gericke Technology: A Gericke Pulse Flow transport vessel type PTA 80 is used to convey the raw material from big-bags to a feeding hopper.
 
 The Gericke Vibrating Bin Activator TXF 900 and Rotaval HDER 200 rotary valve control the discharging of product from the storage hopper.
 
 A special Gericke feeder GAC 133F, ensures high capacity and accurate filling of the drums and Intermediate Bulk Containers (IBC’s).
 
Application: Raw materials are unloaded from bigbags and pneumatically conveyed to a feeding hopper. From the feeding hopper the material is metered into an agglomerator. After agglomeration the product is stored in a day bin. The product is then sieved and checked for metal contamination before accurate filling into drums or IBC’s.
 
Materials handled: Lactose and DCL15
 
Bulk density: Lactose: 560 g/l DCL15: 500 g/l
 
Dosing Capacity: 4000 kg/h

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