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Bulk bag material conditioner system

Material Transfer’s patent-pending Material Master™ bulk bag material conditioning system utilizes hydraulically actuated, twin heavy-wall tubular steel pivoting conditioning arms to safely and efficiently return solidified materials to a free-flowing state.
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National Bulk Equipment, Inc: RFID-driven weighing and batching system

National Bulk Equipment’s (NBE) fully-integrated bulk material handling system uses RFID-driven process communications to automate simultaneous batching of multiple, and varied, chemical mixtures during a single processing operation.
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National Bulk Equipment, Inc: Bulk bag unloader for combustible input processes

National Bulk Equipment’s (NBE) bulk bag unloader system is designed for use in highly contaminant-sensitive process areas handling bulk materials known to generate combustible dusts.
Vibratory distribution system is servo-driven
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Vibratory distribution system is servo-driven

TNA displays its roflo® VM 3 vibratory conveyor, which offers continuous product flow and easy maintenance.
liquid metering. A liquid metering pump and bulk solids feeder meter glitter and fragrance oil into the blender.
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Ingredient blending goes in house

Retrofit with blender and flexible screw conveyor adds in-house blending to packaging of cosmetic powder. New-found flexibility satisfies customer requirements.

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