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Atex approved Screw conveyors


Rotary & Slide valves


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Ibis Intergrid Ltd. Materials Handling Engineers


Suppliers, manufacturers & distributors of bulk handling equipment worldwide for 25 years


Tel: 01539 731900


Fax: 01539 731910 Email: sales@ibis-int.co.uk Web: www.ibis-int.co.uk


Other Valves Still Fight Friction We Designed It Out


Unlike other valves that seal with friction, Posi-flate’s unique butterfly valve uses an inflatable seat to seal with air pressure. Thus it requires less torque and a smaller actuator, resulting in lower cost. Plus, the seat automatically compensates for wear, providing longer life. Some users have reported over 6 million cycles and the valves are still going strong.


• Less Friction • Low Torque • Low Maintenance • Longer Valve Life


Tel: +44 (0) 1908 622366 • www.posiflate.com


de-lump, dewater, dry or cool bulk solid materials


Sift, scalp, classify, de-dust,


VIBRATORY SCREENERS 1 to 5 screening decks yield up to 5 precise particle sizes from 50 mm to 25 microns. Diameters from 460 to 2540 mm. Batch or continuous, gravity-fed or in-line pneumatic models with rates to 70 tonnes/h. Numerous options.


CENTRIFUGAL SCREENERS Exclusive 2- and 3-bearing cantilevered shaft designs provide vibration-free opera- tion while allowing rapid removal of com- ponents for thorough cleaning and screen changes. Continuous, gravity-fed or in-line pneumatic models.


UK: +44 (0)1782 597540 sales@kasoneurope.co.uk


USA: +1 973 467 8140 CAN: +1 514 667 6777 AUS: +61 (0)2 6043 1560


www.kasoneurope.co.uk


FLUID BED DRYERS AND COOLERS Exclusive circular, vibratory self-contained dryers and coolers pro- vide greater perform- ance in less space at lower cost than ever before possible. Lab models from 400 mm and high capacity models to 2135 mm in diameter.


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