Drying process and Agglomeration
Agglomerating is a very important industrial process that often requires a special preparation of the material.
One of the pivotal properties of the material is the amount of liquid content. Agglomeration happens at certain levels of temperature and moisture which means that drying is a crucial factor that affects the efficiency of the process. Note that drying the material before agglomeration often reduces clustering and accretion which is helpful when working with hygroscopic matters.
Drying after the process results in better products since you can control the moisture level and fine tune some properties of the material. Properly dried materials are more convenient when it comes to shipping, handling, and storing. Another benefit is that material becomes smoother and less fragile after working down its unnecessarily edgy surface against the shell during the drying process.
Agglomeration occurs seamlessly and without any side effects when you can prepare the material by drying.
Manufacture of agglomeration equipment
The Samara Strommashina plant has been manufacturing agglomeration equipment and other industrial equipment since 1942. The Strommashina means experience and innovations, reasonable prices and high product quality. Due to the plant's extensive manufacturing capabilities and highly skilled personnel, the Strommashina will help in solving any agglomeration problem of the customer.