Van Tongeren Features Cyclones, Classifiers, Dust Collection Equipment
Lebanon, PA: A new brochure from process equipment manufacturer Van Tongeren America, Lebanon, Pa. (Van-Tongeren.com), showcases the company's line of particle classifiers, industrial cyclones, dust collectors and auxiliary equipment. Entitled, “Custom-Engineered Systems for Dry Particle Processing, Separation and Classification”, the brochure reintroduces the company that invented cyclone separation for dust collection in 1927, highlights its design engineering, manufacturing and installation expertise, and details its lineup of solutions for integrated particulate control.
Developed for process engineers separating salt, potash, fertilizer, fly ash, alumina, manufactured sand, frac sand, and a diverse variety of other materials, the eight-page brochure covers the company's gravitational classifier, which separates fine particles less than 150 mesh to 150 µm from coarse material; the gravitational-inertial classifier, which separates fines from 300 µm to 36 µm; and the centrifugal classifier, which separates fines from 100 µm to 15 µm, all operating without water. Mobile classification units for remote sites and a range of novel cyclone and dust collection systems are also included. The brochure depicts these systems in action for aggregate supplier Luck Stone and at a variety of other facilities.
The brochure describes how the processing systems are custom-designed and manufactured to meet target product specifications for each installation. The company's North American headquarters in Pennsylvania's historic manufacturing heartland is also shown.
For a free brochure or more information, contact Van Tongeren America, LLC, 518 South 8th St., Lebanon, PA 17042 USA; 717-450-3835, www.Van-Tongeren.com.
Paul Entin at 908-479-4231, firstname.lastname@example.org
Clarence Kreiser at 717-450-3835, clarencek@VanTongerenAmerica.com