Undesired deblending and separation in processes and equipment
22 May 2014; £445 per delegate
at the University of Greenwich, Kent
The issue of de-blending (segregation) of bulk particulates can lead to the generation of waste through out-of-range product weights (tablets/ pack fill), poor processing characteristics or variable quality end products in general.
Experts at The Wolfson Centre for Bulk Solids Handling Technology have prepared a new one day course to look at these issues and to help delegates discover ways in which to prevent or overcome them.
This short course covers:
Identification of the most commonly encountered segregation mechanisms
Examples of how segregation has occurred in plant
Techniques that can be applied in plant design to minimise these effects
For further details and to book your place on the course please visit http://www2.gre.ac.uk/about/schools/engineering/wolfsoncentre/coupro/sc/seg