In order to improve general or specific product quality it is often necessary to cool the finished product directly after grinding. A powder cooler by Christian Pfeiffer provides the right solution for this task. It is suitable for all powder products, grits, and circulating material from grinding plants or similar production processes.
Yes, in most cases, retrofitting in existing plants is possible without any problems. The powder cooler is arranged vertically, in consequence the material inlet takes place in the lower area, the powder is conveyed upwards by a screw in the cooler, and from there it is returned to its original transport path.
A powder cooling plant consists of two components, the cooling tower and the required water supply. The water supply can be a continuous flow system or the COOLER is connected to existing water cooling systems in the plant. Alternatively, we can also supply a separate water recooling system with water treatment, which is supplied with moderate amounts of water.
In most cases, a temperature reduction of about 50°C is feasible. Usually, our customers ask for cooling of fine powdery products from 110-120°C down to 65-70°C.
However, the temperature to which the product can be cooled down depends on various conditions.If the material is to be cooled down even further, a series connection of two coolers can be useful.
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