When producing matte finish ceramic glazes, the purity and particle size of the raw material are of the utmost importance. Drying is a crucial step in achieving these qualities. If the dryer components are not designed to handle abrasive materials, contamination can result. Additionally, if the dryer cannot quickly and evenly evaporate the moisture content of the material, agglomeration and
By: Stephen H. Donaldson, P.Eng., Engineering Manager, Steetley Talc Inc. and Alan E. Hodel, Associate Editor, Chemical Processing
Toroidal-shaped flash drying system with jet-milling system in the background
A need to increase production capacity prompted Steetley Talc Inc., Timmins, Ontario, to look for ways to improve their drying operation. Prior to 1984, the company was shipping wet talc cake from their mine and concentrator plant over to a jet-milling plant about 50 miles away.
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