Company says the Mogensen line is able to handle a wider range of applications.
ALMO, headquartered in Cincinnati, says its Mogensen sizer has demonstrated success with more than 400 reference materials. The range of materials includes animal feed, wood chips, sugar, pharmaceutical powders, coal, sand, sodium bicarbonate, salt, iron ore, shale, detergent, fertilizer, gravel, bauxite, glass, oats, pearls, potatoes, tin ore, coffee, clay, citric acid, chestnuts, urea, bread crumbs, fly ash, nylon granulate, pepper and quartz.
The application-specific approach has proven Mogensen to be successful from aluminum to zinc. The newly established trial center has provided product advancement with thorough evaluation of an increasing number of materials.
The Mogensen product line offers 5 models, available in 37 frame sizes, to meet the individual requirements of a process. Available features, which include an adjustable feed spreader and wear plates, enable Mogensen products to meet the requirements of demanding applications.
The Mogensen sizer-screening concept was developed in 1947 by Fredrik Mogensen. The machine concept is based on the principle that different sized particles have different probabilities through a screen. With sloped screen decks, the capacity of a specific area is achieved and particles have freedom of movement. The concept has been adapted to meet the specific requirements for a diverse range of materials.
ALMO Process Technology combines the equipment and expertise of two industry-leading solutions companies. ALMO has been derived from parent company name of AL-lgaier and screening company Mogensen. ALMO Process is a single source contact for project development and after-market support.
More information about ALMO Process Technology, with full product details, can be accessed at www.almoprocess.com.