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Powtech World Magazine Advertorial


Introducing a range of milling and drying machines for fine powders, organics and co-products with enhanced benefits for customers


WHEN YOU NEED TO PRODUCE FINE OR ULTRA-FINE POWDERS, THE MILLING AND DRYING PROCESS EMPLOYED is what ensures the consistency of your product. To process minerals and chemicals, you need a machine which is powerful, flexible, simple to maintain.


VERSATILE AND HIGHLY EFFICIENT MILLING AND DRYING Atritor’s Cell Mill and Dryer- Pulveriser has been developed to produce a wide range of powders. The Cell Mill is particularly effective at “valorising” low value co- products. They are able to grind, flash dry, classify and surface coat powders at the same time. The feed can be dosed directly


into the machine via a screw feeder or via the inlet air duct. The mills act as an efficient dryer when the process air is heated using a hot air generator or even waste heat from another process. Heat energy from the process can be recovered from the heated air stream and utilised to preheat the intake air. After flash drying, the product is kept cool due to evaporative cooling via the constant exposure of new surface areas of the


ATRITOR


product created during attrition. In the case of minerals that require surface treatment, the cell mill provides a range of coatings and surface modifiers that can be added to the side of the machine during the milling process. It has a wide range of applications, from minerals such as GCC, clay and limestone to chemicals, dyes, pigments and a wide range of food ingredients and a number of by-products. A new hygienic design Cell Mill


is particularly useful in drying and processing wet low value co-products or waste materials producing fine dry food grade ingredients.


The benefits for the customer Simultaneous use as a dedicated All working parts with rotors


are numerous. They include: l


grinder, dryer or coating machine l


and liners are maintained outside


the mill to minimise downtime l


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The modular construction allows customised designs l It’s available in hygienic design configuration


A production size pilot plant facility for testing and developing customers products.


COMPANY INFORMATION


Atritor Limited is a privately owned independent company based in Coventry, UK, producing drying, milling and de-packing process systems. It is celebrating 40 years under the current ownership. The company designs and manufactures their core equipment in Coventry and have a pilot plant equipped with their full range of machines. atritor.com/en | sales@atritor.com


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