Union Process, Inc.'s Q-25 Circulation Attritor is being used in a pilot plant environment to validate a production process for waste material to be utilized as a break-though "green" alternative energy resource.
For customers who already have an existing system with a premixing or holding tank, the high flow-rate inherent in the Circulation Attritor is an ideal option, according to the company. With an appropriate sized pumping system, a relatively small "Q" Attritor can efficiently grind material from a much larger process tank which means value-added benefits including maintenance and cost savings.
Circulation Attritors are ideal for uninterrupted, large-scale production. They deliver faster grinding with the desired narrow particle size distribution and are simple and safe to operate.
For more information on circulation grinding attritors, contact Union Process.
Union Process Circulation Attritor used for production scale biomass project pilot plant
Published October 4, 2012
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