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SIPERM® brings MOVEMENT into the problem areas of bins and silos


Fluidization and Discharge / Homogenization / Fluidized Bed Conveyance / Bulk Compaction


OUR SIPERM® MULTITALENTS


Ready-to-install aeration components


for high operating safety – efficient, economically advantageous and space-saving


Custom-made aeration units made from highly porous SIPERM®-materials, tailored to your needs Tridelta Siperm GmbH Ostkirchstrasse 177 · 44287 Dortmund · Germany · T +49 231 4501-221 · www.siperm.com Tridelta Siperm BANISH


THE SPARKS FROM YOUR PROCESS


www.mixitaly.com


Mixing systems and components for plants


A proven solution for the problem-free handling of bulk solids with average grain sizes between 10 and 200 μm is the fluidization of the material using pneumatic aeration units made from highly porous SIPERM® materials. / We are glad to advise you!


Your safety against fire and explosion hazards There is always a StuvEx Safe Ground system suitable for your grounding problem.


Belgium +32 3458 25 52 - info@stuvex.be


FOR FOOD PROCESSING In compliance with: 1935/2004/EC


MIXER Certificate Systems: ISO 9001 - ISO 14001 - ISO 45001


MIX Srl unipersonale 41032 - CAVEZZO (MO) - Via Volturno, 119/A ITALY - Tel. +39.0535.46577 - info@mixitaly.com


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