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Discharge test with flocculent fiber, which is highly prone to bridging.
No.240Wet activated carbon
Wet activated carbon is sludgy and is highly prone to bridging.
Discharge test of colored and mixed resin pellets of diverse particle size
No.236Shredded Plastic （Cut resin）
Discharge test of flaky and highly bridging-prone shredded plastic
Carpets are increasingly recycled.
Discharge test with coke sludge, which is highly viscous and prone to bridging
Discharge test with "Calcium hydroxide" (the powder of fine particle size with flushing property). Feeding without flushing is confirmed.
Difficult material properties to stable discharge with poor flowing
No.194Discharging construction waste
Discharge of "construction waste" (the amorphous material with the property prone to bridging). For stable feeding of amorphous material, the Loop Feeder effective against sticking and twining around is suitable.
No.193Discharging ceramic powder
Discharge of "ceramic powder" which is fine powder with high fluidity. Stable discharge with the accuracy within ±3%.
With the CF, stable feeding is confirmed. Discharge test with "carbonate" (the material prone to compaction when grasped, and with tendency toward bridging).
Discharge of "corn starch" (the powder with adhesive property and poor fluidity, and clumping together when pressed). Stable feeding without bridging.
Discharge test with "cotton raw material" with low bulk density, high compressibility, and extremely high tendency toward bridging. With the CF, discharge without bridging is confirmed.
Discharge test with "clinker" in spherical shape with wide distribution of particle size. Even for mixed powder, stable discharge without segregation.
Discharge test with "calcium oxide" (the powder having flushing property when air is contained). With the CF, stable feeding is confirmed.
Discharge test with "moist carbon" (the moist powder prone to clumping with high tendency toward bridging). Because of the influence of the powder properties, etc., the accuracy is low.
No.145Discharge test with "copper powder"
The powder with high bulk density and large angle of repose, using the small-sized feeder MA. Stable feeding with the MA, despite the high bulk density.
No.139Strong jet characteristic with easily air fluidized material
Discharge test with "portland cement" (the powder with extremely high fluidity, floodability, and bridging property). Stable discharge is confirmed.
No.132Discharge test with "oxidized compound"
The powder with high cohesive property prone to bridging when compacted. Stable discharge without bridging in the hopper.
No.129Discharge test with "coal"
The material with high corrosive wear property and of high hardness. Even for lumpy material, stable feeding is confirmed.