Here are some things to consider before deciding which one to purchase: Activation radius, Self-emptying unit, Post-drying unit, and Flow fluidizer. Read on to learn more! Let’s start with the most basic types. Aeration radius refers to how much air is required to activate the fluidizer. Self-emptying units and post-drying units are popular, but their functions differ slightly.
A vibrating aerator is used to mix and aerate powder materials with air. This device is typically available in U025 and U060 sizes. It improves product flow by providing direction to the air injected into the powder. The aeration pad is used in plants that process powders, including cereals, grains, and jute products.
The VBS line of vibro-aerators uses patented Tramontana membrane technology to concentrate air flow into the discharge region of the silo. This innovation helps improve the entire system by speeding up discharge and preventing the material from being under pressure. The advantages of this product include the ability to use a smaller, less expensive aerator. It is also compatible with several other aerator brands.
The Self-emptying industrial fluidizer is a process of heating a bed of liquid in a vacuum vessel and separating air and product mixtures in the hopper. It features a primary filter mounted inside the lid and a polished mirror finish on the inside. In addition to the above features, this unit is made of 316L stainless steel with crack-free contact surfaces. Its fluidized cone and soft liner options prevent the product from being damaged. Quick-release clamps are included. It is also built to GMP standards.
A post-drying unit is an important part of an industrial fluidizer. The vibrating plug flow fluid bed ensures efficient drying. The advantages of the vibrating plug flow fluid bed over conventional drying methods are numerous. Fluidized bed dryers (also known as fluid bed dryers) are often used in the pharmaceutical industry to decrease the moisture content of medicinal powders and granules. The apparatus operates on the fluidization of the feed materials basis.
A fluidized bed dryer is an industrial fluidizer used in pharmaceutical manufacturing. It works on the principle of fluidization, in which hot air is introduced through a perforated bed of solids. The solid particles are lifted out of bed and suspended in the air stream. The contact between hot gases and solids causes heat transfer. Hot gasses carry away vaporized liquid, while the exit gas is recycled.
Fluidizers are pneumatic devices that encourage flow in bulk materials. They use aeration and gentle vibration to create flow. The discs on a fluidizer force air to move along the wall of a vessel, allowing it to pass through and prevent compacting. Fluidizers can be installed inside or outside a vessel, and are typically made from silicone or EPDM rubber. Some vessels are equipped with pre-fitted fluidizing systems.
Flow fluidizers can be divided into two main types: disk-type and air-sweep. Disk-type fluidizers are larger, typically 2-in diameter, and require multiple units for adequate coverage. Air-sweepers are small but efficient and can handle a variety of materials.