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Industrial Separator for High Purity Powder

Industrial Separator for High Purity Powder

Industrial Separator for High Purity Powder

I am working to separate a Fluoride powder of high purity to control to take out particles of oversize. The end product will be used in the optics field; therefore it is very sensitive to potential contaminants and impurity. Most screen separators I can find in the market is made of metal frame of some stainless steel type. I am wondering how you have been dealing with this concern in your field? what's your recommendation about best products that are wearing/corrosion resistant? thanks a bunch in advance!

RE: Industrial Separator for High Purity Powder

Can you describe all your service and maintenance conditions because dry powders usually non-corrosive? What is physical properties of the salt?

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RE: Industrial Separator for High Purity Powder

I would look to the pharmaceutical or laboratory equipment companies for any process requiring high purity.

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