October 13, 2016

Why you should perform material tests before buying Bulk Material Handling systems

To achieve productivity at lower costs it is essential that you understand the effects of bulk density changes on the efficiency of new equipment installations. Studies have until now shown that start-up systems for material solids typically only hit 40% of stated production rate in the first year.


Now, this is a dramatic figure when considering the wide range of industries which process bulk solids. Food, pharmaceutical, chemical, building materials, minerals processing, and others are challenged by the shear characteristics of the raw materials of the process.

To overcome these challenges, best practices suggests having material tests performed prior to equipment purchase and experience. Relying on an experienced vendor who has tested, and understands the dynamic nature of bulk materials to guide equipment layout and options to avoid pitfalls in expected output is a must.

AAG Engineering Technologies offers solutions for some of chemical processing’s biggest challenges:

  • Dusting
  • Segregation
  • Degradation
  • Batching inefficiencies
  • Precision and flow issues
  • Cleaning and sanitation problems

And those solutions have helped to create a full line of material handling and conveyor equipment that you can use individually or as a system:

  • Screw Conveyors
  • Pneumatic Conveyors
  • Drag Conveyors
  • System
  • Feeders
  • Fillers
  • Unloaders
  • Bag Dump Station
  • Bag Compactor

So if you are ready for safety and efficiency results, Contact AAG. We’re ready to start.

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