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New Web Site Showcases Line of Vibrating Dryers, Coolers and Classifiers

07 August 2015 Features In-Action Videos Gallery, Free, Educational PDFs, Case Studies

A new Web site from process equipment manufacturer The Witte Co., Washington, New Jersey at showcases the company's line of vibrating fluid bed dryers, coolers, pellet classifiers, screeners, conveyors and other vibrating process equipment. Featuring in-action videos, a sharp photo gallery, customer case studies, process flow diagrams and educational literature offered as free, downloadable pdfs, the new Witte Web site provides in-depth information about the company's fluid bed drying advances, its inherently cleanable machinery designs, and its proprietary vibrating technology, which applies gentle, linear motion to convey product downstream while protecting product integrity. A spotlight on the company's signature vertical airflow engineering explains the science of fluid bed heat transfer and how Witte systems ensure the product dries or cools evenly in a thin layer with the first product in as the first product out at discharge.

Developed for process engineers in the plastics, food, beverage, chemical, mineral, agricultural, water/wastewater and other industries, the new also highlights the company's on-site test laboratory, which offers full-size, vibrating fluid bed dryers, pellet classifiers and other equipment for testing at its New Jersey manufacturing center. Additionally, a spotlight on the Witte clamp demonstrates how the signature C-clamp mounts onto the equipment and retracts with one hand to permit easy access to the machinery interior for cleaning and maintenance.

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