CHEMICAL APPLICATION

OTHER CHEMICAL PRODUCTS

When size really matters, we can help.

For particle size reduction or agglomeration across a range of substances, CPM Wolverine Proctor is an expert at turning materials into a value-added product—and we’ve worked with just about everything. Our world-class equipment can be configured to your unique processing operation, and our expertise in just about every industry can ensure your end product is just the right size.

CATEGORY PRODUCTS

  • Wood chips
  • Charcoal briquettes
  • Dye
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Egg cartons
  • Fertilizer
  • Films
  • Tapes
  • Paper pulp
  • Plastic chips
  • Polymers
  • Press cake
  • Silica gel
  • Sludge
  • Soap pads
  • Urethane foam
  • Wall coverings
other-chemical-products

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PROCESS EQUIPMENT

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(SCF) SINGLE CONVEYOR DRYER/COOLER

The conveyor dryer offered by CPM Wolverine Proctor today is the result of many years of production experience. Whether it is a two-foot-wide (0.6m) unit drying an expensive pharmaceutical product or a 14-foot, 6-inch-wide (4.4m) machine producing product at a rate of 100,000 pounds per shift, the components are carefully selected to meet your production requirements.

 

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JETZONE FLUIDIZED BED

High-velocity air passes through long tubes to create a bed of air, which suspends and tumbles the product as the air reflects from a solid, non-perforated conveyor. The open space between the tubes forms a chamber to settle out smaller pieces, and returns processed air for recirculation without affecting the fluidizing air jets. During fluidization, each particle is surrounded and separated from adjacent particles by the treatment air.

 

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TRUCK DRYER

The CPM Wolverine Truck Dryer is ideally suited for service in the food, chemical, pharmaceutical, and other process industries. Used for drying powdered, granulated, or semi-solid materials, its efficiency and reliability is unsurpassed.

 

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