Brampton, ON - May 11, 2010 - Classifier Milling Systems (CMS), the designer and manufacturer of first-class processing equipment and systems for worldwide applications, announces the opening of their in-house toll processing division, headquartered in Brampton, Ontario. This division serves coal plants and other industrial facilities producing sulfur dioxide, trioxide or mercury. Specialists in the processing of environmentally sorbent materials such as such as sodium bicarbonate, trona, calcium carbonate and activated carbon, CMS is uniquely capable of assisting those with a requirement for significant sulfur reduction and mercury abatement.
Experts in fine powder processing, CMS's Air Swept Classifier System, offered in 3-to-600 hp, has proven to be the solution for innumerable applications. Highly energy efficient, durable and fully customizable, the system can go as fine as 10 micron (particulate size is easily adjustable to produce fine or coarse products). The mill grinds and classifies the product simultaneously producing narrower distributions. With the mill chamber constantly "air swept," the grinding temperature remains low. CMS's portable units process from 500-6000lbs/hour.
CMS's President & CEO Todd Vanderhart explains that, "Our lab test facility allows us to run sample grinds for our clients, ensuring our process guarantee with every system. The system is incredibly easy to clean, maintain and operate since the mill opens up fully, providing access to all internal wear parts. We stock all of our spare parts, manufacture spare parts for other brands, accommodate small and large requests for pre-milled emission control materials and provide training seminars on our systems. Our engineers have expert knowledge in all facets of fine grinding and routinely play an important consulting role in designing additions for existing systems, implementing new plants or sourcing new technology to process materials more efficiently."
Having two in-demand divisions of supply - Process and Air Pollution Control - gives CMS a particular competitive advantage. Process equipment grinds, classifies and mixes dry materials to specific particle sizes, often eliminating the need for additional sizing and reduces the energy needed to process the materials. Air Pollution Control supplies materials and equipment for the purpose of injecting the powder into flue-gas streams to transition them into solids and effectively remove high levels of emissions using CMS's cyclonic technology (in line with the exhaust air stream).
A complete solutions provider, CMS is a quality equipment manufacturer and toll processor with extensive expertise in the size reduction/air pollution control industry offering dependable, proven equipment, materials and knowledge. The company also has toll facilities located in Delano and Aliquippa, Pennsylvania.
For more information about Classifier Milling Systems, please contact Todd Vanderhart at 877.353.6455, or email him at email@example.com. Visit the company's website at www.cms-can.com.