Chlorine oxidatMATERIALS HANDLING Vacuum Automated dry- materials handling. When, why and how to do it

LL SCHEINER LL

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Abstract

Discussion of some aspects which have to be taken into consideration when designing the proper system for dry resin handling in plastics processing plant. Some important guidelines and pertinent functional data are outlined. Diagram of typical vacuum- conveying system which runs from rail car unloading point into silos and then to required plant use points. Sketch indicates the flexibility that can be achieved with well- planned automated resin- handling system. Economic aspects of installation of rail car vacuum unloading system. Problems and solutions of in- plant material handling wit special attention paid to organization of controls for bulk systems.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationPlastics Technol
Pages37-46
Number of pages10
Volume15
Edition13
StatePublished - Dec 1969

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Materials handling
Unloading
Chlorine
Rails
Railroad cars
Resins
Vacuum
Conveying
Plastics
Economics
Processing

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Engineering(all)

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SCHEINER LL, LL. (1969). Chlorine oxidatMATERIALS HANDLING Vacuum Automated dry- materials handling. When, why and how to do it. In Plastics Technol (13 ed., Vol. 15, pp. 37-46)

Chlorine oxidatMATERIALS HANDLING Vacuum Automated dry- materials handling. When, why and how to do it. / SCHEINER LL, LL.

Plastics Technol. Vol. 15 13. ed. 1969. p. 37-46.

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SCHEINER LL, LL 1969, Chlorine oxidatMATERIALS HANDLING Vacuum Automated dry- materials handling. When, why and how to do it. in Plastics Technol. 13 edn, vol. 15, pp. 37-46.
SCHEINER LL LL. Chlorine oxidatMATERIALS HANDLING Vacuum Automated dry- materials handling. When, why and how to do it. In Plastics Technol. 13 ed. Vol. 15. 1969. p. 37-46
SCHEINER LL, LL. / Chlorine oxidatMATERIALS HANDLING Vacuum Automated dry- materials handling. When, why and how to do it. Plastics Technol. Vol. 15 13. ed. 1969. pp. 37-46
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