On Wednesday, February 19th Hosokawa Micron Powder Systems will host a webinar on the Mikro Pulverizer® Hammer & Screen Mill, one of the world’s most well-known and trusted size reduction systems and the new Mikro® UMP Universal Milling System, the next generation of this proven & trusted technology. This free online seminar will start at 2:00 PM (EST) and will include:
The Mikro® UMP Universal Milling System is a compact, high speed impact mill capable of coarse granulation or fine size reduction with interchangeable rotor configurations. The UMP is the next step in the evolution of the Mikro Pulverizer® Hammer & Screen Mill by providing the same grind as the classic hammer & screen setup while adding the flexibility of converting to a pin mill for fine size reduction or a rigid rotor for de-agglomeration.
On Wednesday, December 11th at 2:00 PM Eastern Time, Hosokawa Micron Powder Systems will host an online educational program on “Particle Size Considerations in Dry Sorbent Injection Systems”. This free webinar will outline how injection of finely ground dry trona and sodium bicarbonate further reduces sulfur oxides in power plant emissions utilizing air classifying mills or pin mills.
On Wednesday, November 20th at 2:00 PM Eastern Time, Hosokawa Micron Powder Systems will host an online education program on “Dry & Wet Sieving Technologies for Particle Size Analysis”. This free webinar will focus on the various types of sieving technologies commonly used in determining particle size of materials from 20 µm to 4,750 µm. We will discuss the history of particle size examination, operating theories for dry and wet sieving and some of the equipment available for accurate analysis.
Hosokawa Micron Powder Systems celebrates their 90th birthday!
Hosokawa Micron Powder Systems recently celebrated it’s 90th year in business. We are part of the Global Hosokawa Micron group, and since 1923 we have been serving the chemical, food, pharmaceutical and mineral industries. Over the last 90 years, Hosokawa has flourished by developing innovative technologies that have revolutionized the powder processing industry and have become the largest provider of equipment and systems for powder processing applications worldwide.
Size reduction equipment for processing dry bulk materials is available in several types and can produce coarse, medium, fine, or ultrafine particles. This article concentrates on air classifier mills, which produce fine particles with a nominal top size of 45 microns or finer, depending on the material.
Hosokawa Micron Powder Systems, K-Tron and Virto/Elcan will host a complimentary seminar on advanced material handling and compaction technology on Wednesday & Thursday, March 6 & 7, 2013 at the Hosokawa Micron Powder Systems Facility located in Summit, New Jersey.
On March 6th & 7th Hosokawa Micron Powder Systems partnered with Virto/Elcan and K-Tron for an in-house, live demonstration and seminar called “Advances in Material Handling & Compaction Technology”. More than 100 guests from as far as Chile attended the event. The program focused on equipment and technology used for dry powder compaction and granulation, screening and recycling, and feeding and conveying of materials.
On September 19, Hosokawa Micron Powder Systems will host a free, online educational seminar on the basic principles of mixing and blending dry powders using a variety of batch and continuous mixing technologies. This webinar will explore the fundamental benefits and limitations of screw mixers, ribbon blenders, paddle mixing, high versus low shear applications, tumble blenders and other devices used for mixing applications.
Hosokawa Micron's Drymeister (DMR) flash dryer technology combines drying, milling and classifying in a single installation. The Drymeister can transform damp feed material into an ultrafine powder with an extremely narrow particle size distribution in a matter of seconds. This makes the equipment an economical alternative to spray and other dryers.