Kaeser introduces blower purge dryer
Kaeser Compressors Inc.'s new KBP series of blower purge dryers can provide pressure dew points as low as minus 100§ F, according to the company in Fredericksburg, Va.
The KBP dryer has an external heater and quiet, vortex-type blower to regenerate saturated desiccants.
The equipment is backed by 24-hour technical assistance.
Tel. (540) 898-5500, fax (540) 898-5520.
Conveyer designed for small volumes
Premier Pneumatics Inc. of Salina, Kan., introduced the 2410 Powder Loader, designed for conveying material in small volumes.
A self-contained blower on the unit's top lid creates vacuum on an automatic cycle. T-bolt quick-release clamps allow for easy disassembly for cleaning and maintenance.
Tel. (913) 825-1611.
New powder loaders among IMS offerings
IMS Co. of Chagrin Falls, Ohio, has several new products, including two hopper powder loaders.
The Mini powder loader can convey 900 pounds of material an hour. The Whisper loader can move as much as 1,400 pounds an hour.
IMS also offers a new hydraulic box dumper that transfers material from a gaylord to an auger mixer, and a digital multimeter for electrical troubleshooting.
Tel. (216) 543-1615, fax (216) 543-1069.
Weigh scale blender stores 100 recipes
A new Exac-U-Batch GXB gravimetric weigh scale blender from Mould-tek Industries Inc. dispenses as many as eight ingredients within one-tenth of a percent accuracy.
As many as 100 recipes can be stored, then called to the easy-to-read display screen. Models are available to blend 200-5,000 pounds an hour.
Mould-tek is based in Scarborough, Ontario.
Tel. (416) 285-5400, fax (416) 285-5432.
Volumetric controller available from Comet
As many as 100 recipes can be stored on the new CT-100 volumetric controller from Comet Automation Systems Inc. of Dayton, Ohio.
The CT-100 calculates blender calibration and prints out the total amount of ingredients going into a job. It can meter and control six components into one blender.
The unit can be retrofitted onto any existing Comet blender, the company said.
Tel. (937) 436-2011, fax (937) 434-6972.
Gain Technologies announces gas kits
Gain Technologies Inc., based in Sterling Heights, Mich., has developed a standard two- and four-valve gas kit for its gas-assisted injection molding equipment.
Eight valves are available as an option.
The equipment can store as many as 32 sets of process parameters, recorded by part or job numbers.
Tel. (810) 254-9000, fax (810) 254-8906.
New Herbolder presents new pulverizer line
New Herbold Inc. said it has introduced an improved line of pulverizers, models ZM 300 and ZM 500.
The pulverizers can process 330-1,700 pounds an hour, depending on the material.
Speeds range from 3,000-9,000 revolutions per minute, according to a news release from the Sutton, Mass., company.
The machines have an easy-to-make external disk gap adjustment.
An upgraded high-speed bearing housing reduces wear.
Tel. (508) 865-7355, fax (508) 865-9975.
William W. Meyer offers dump valves
Dump valves from William W. Meyer & Sons Inc. pneumatically convey bulk solids using a hinged flap valve in the throat.
The valve collects material from the hopper.
When the material exceeds the weight of a counterweight control, the discharge valve opens and material is released below.
The company is based in Skokie, Ill.
Tel. (847) 673-0312, fax (847) 673-5564.