The International Powder & Bulk Solids show is the premier and largest powder processing and bulk solids handling event in North America. Located in Chicago, this year marked the event’s 40th anniversary. The 2016 show provided an unrivaled atmosphere for powder processing professionals around the world; as it hosted a lineup of over 300 exhibitors and provided ongoing technical sessions throughout the show.
Russell Finex, global leader in sieving and separation technology, showcased and provided live demonstrations of its diverse line of vibratory screeners, round separators, and innovative ultrasonic deblinding system. The company also introduced its latest innovation, the pneumatic lifting system Russell Screen Changer™, an easy and reliable pneumatic screen deck lifting system that allows operators to effortlessly replace mesh screens. Designed to reduce downtime by making screen changes faster, the versatile Russell Screen Changer™ can be attached to any model of round check-screeners or separators.
The company’s revolutionary ultrasonic technology, the Vibrasonic® Deblinding System, was well received by show attendees as it increases screening capacity down to 20 micron. The innovative Russell Compact Airlock Sieve™ was also a favorable attraction as show attendees learned of the vibratory sifter’s unique TLI (twist, lock, and inflate) pneumatic clamping feature. The Russell Compact Airlock Sieve™ accurately removes oversized particles and contamination, and is one of the industry’s most hygienic solutions.
Russell Finex’s Business Development Manager, Richard Kay, presented on the show’s Center Stage. Richard informed a full audience on key requirements when procuring screening technology, and gave invaluable information on efficiently maintaining powder screening machines.
After a successful show, Russell Finex will participate at the 2018 International Powder & Bulk Solids show in Chicago, IL. Meanwhile, discover more about Russell Finex’s efficient and innovative range of products, or contact the company to discuss your unique separation requirements.