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Test with dried tea leaves to confirm discharging precision and whether bridging occurs
Titania is very difficult to handle.
No.188Aggregated terephthalic acid
Discharge test with "aggregated terephthalic acid" that is in aggregated form of high hardness. With the table type feeder, Disk Feeder DS, stable feeding without crushing.
No.144Discharge test with "organic sludge"
The clayey powder with massive form mixed and is difficult to handle. Stable discharge without unstable feeding.
No.128High moisture with adhesive material
Discharge test with "tea chaff" (the material with high moisture content using the Circle Feeder). Good discharge without bridging.
No.99Discharge test with "Teflon powder"
The material susceptible to temperature change. Stable discharge without bridging is confirmed.
Discharge test with "titanium oxide" (the powder difficult to handle). High tendency toward bridging because of easy-to-compact and adhesive properties.
No.50Dried tea leaves
Confirmation of measuring accuracy and bridging of dried tea leaves. With a single unit, dispersion accuracy within ±1%, and with batch measuring, within 1% of the setting are confirmed.
No.31Stable and precise feeding of toner powder
Even for multicomponent toner powder, stable feeding with low segregation is realized. Dispersion accuracy within ±1% is made possible.
No.19Proven applications for hard-to-discharge materials Loop Feeder
Tire chip difficult to feed is discharged. Loop Feeder exclusive to industrial wastes/biomass material such as waste plastic, plastic for agricultural use, and urban garbage.