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Powtech World Magazine Advertorial


RSBP spol. s r. o. Pikartská 1337/7 716 07 Ostrava Czech Republic


Our capabilities and expertise allow us to deliver single equipment or complete units, including installation, commissioning and other services


E-mail: rsbp@rsbp.cz Phone: +420 596 252 170


www.rsbp.cz


THE BIG BAG EMPTYING STATION IS A TYPICAL SYSTEM FOR RETROFITTING LARGE VOLUME POWDER CHARGING in small spaces. Combined with Powder Pump technology, this arrangement is suited to transfer solids into De Dietrich glass-lined reactors or other vessels. From easy flowing to consolidated powders, De Dietrich Process Systems has the solutions to safely discharge powder from Big Bags into the next step of your process. Typically used for raw or intermediate products, the units can be dedicated to a single product or be adaptative and multi-purpose for maximum flexibility. The range of options allows the versatile Big Bag Station to work seamlessly with the De Dietrich Process Systems Powder Pump or to gravity feed directly into a glass-lined reactor. Control is typically done with a PLC and HMI, suitable for hazardous areas. Weighing can measure the amount of powder offloaded. Advantages are the seamless integration with other process equipment, the adaptability in many bag sizes and designs and options such as high containment, cleanability in place (CIP) and loss-in-weight measurement. The transfer of solids from the Big Bag to reactors, dryers, filter- dryers, or other equipment is done thanks to our Powder Pump. Its design, construction and simple operation make it an user friendly and reliable solution. Additionally, the Powder Pump is an ideal solution for controlled material addition. Suitable for the transfer of


raw, intermediate or finished products, it is a versatile workhorse for the chemical and pharmaceutical industries, as well as other industries with various solid handling needs (trials have been performed on a large range of powders from black carbon to damp powders). The main advantages of the Powder Pump are safety and containment, both for the operators and the product. Powders can be transferred into equipment without opening a manway, allowing powders to be charged under vacuum or pressure, as well as when the receiving vessel is inert or filled with solvents. And when space is an issue, our solution allows product transfer over long distances and at consistently high throughputs, while maintaining a minimal footprint on the vessel head.


DE DIETRICH PROCESS SYSTEMS


A recognised partner in the field of complete systems, glass and glass-lined equipment for the fine chemicals and pharmaceutical industries, De Dietrich Process Systems also boasts a strong experience and portfolio of Powder Handling Solutions ranging from reactor charging to dry product packoff. dedietrich.com |


sales@dedietrich.com


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