Industrial Processing

Industrial Processing

We represent world-class manufacturers who have outstanding products and technologies for industrial processes. Working closely with suppliers and our customers, we bring in quality products and reliable technologies for our customers specific requirements. Our aim is to equip our customers with unique technologies for they can be competitive in the market place


Cremer Sintering Furnace for Powder Metallurgy

Sintering Furnace for Powder Metallurgy

Cremer is the leading manufacturer of the furnaces in various applications including Powder Metallurgy. The products include conveyor belt furnace, pusher furnace, walking beam furnace, steam treatment furnace in both normal temperature and high temperature. Heating can be either electrical or by indirect gasburners. A wide variety of accessories and different layouts allow for individual construction, whereby the components itself are well-proofed serial concepts.

For more information, please visit www.cremer-ofenbau.de


DORST Compacting Press for Powder Metallurgy

Compacting Press for Powder Metallurgy

DORST is the leading expert for the compaction process. Mechanical and hydraulic high-efficiency automatic presses and automatic sizing presses in the range of 30 – 20.000 kN, as well as sophisticated tools and multiple-axes tool adaptor systems of high precision ensure production of parts of complex shape of maximum precision and top quality. Monitoring of the production process including statistical records, as well as part handling, are part of the range of systems offered.

For more information, please visit www.dorst.de


Nara - Fluidized Bed Dryer

Industrial Dryer

Nara offers the most suitable industrial dryer based on the physical property (moisture content, condition, size, kinds of volatiles) and target moisture content of the material. The range of dryer includes Fluidized bed dryer, Paddle dryer, Tornesh dryer, Flash dryer, etc. Nara dryers are widely use in petrochemical, chemical, food, pharmaceutical, and more.

For more information, please visit www.nara-m.co.jp



Siebtechnik - Solid Liquid Seperation Equipment

Solid-liquid Seperation Equipment

In nearly all cases of mechanical liquid/solids separation, continuously operating centrifuges are the best technical and economical proposition. They can dewater large quantities of solids to low final moistures, whilst needing little space, energy and time. The correct centrifuge will reduce the cost of thermal drying considerably and may even make it superfluous. SIEBTECHNIK specialize in the development and manufacture of continuously operating centrifuges. Our technical experts are at your disposal to advise you on the most suitable centrifuge. Machines are available for tests either on your premises or in our test establishment.

For more information, please visit www.siebtechnik.com

Siebtechnik - Screening Machines

Screening Machines & Process Equipment

Classification, the dividing of granular material into various size groups, is one of the most important steps in the production process. Screening in the broader sense also encompasses thickening, pre-screening, control screening, dewatering and deslurrying. The screening result depends on the correct assessment of the material to be screened, the choice of mesh and the execution and adjustment of the screening machine. The ever increasing demand for higher throughputs, calls for larger machines, not least because they are more economical. The SIEBTECHNIK screens with widths up to 5.5 m and lengths up to 11 m have been used successfully in the important industrial nations.

For more information, please visit www.siebtechnik.com



Spray & Drying System

In terms of particle size control and consistency, spray drying is the most dependable process for producing dry powders from any type of liquid solution or slurry feed.

In a basic spray dryer, the feed is dispersed into a mist of fine droplets either by means of a rotary disc atomizer or a spray nozzle. This spray mist is distributed into a cylindrical drying chamber along with a stream of hot gas and typically blown dry within a split second.

After remaining in the chamber for a certain residence time – for further reduction of the residual moisture, the generated dry powders are separated from the gas flow either directly at the base point of the chamber or via downstream aero cyclones and bag filters.