Agglomeration Equipment & Systems

We’re the top agitation agglomeration specialists in the world. We can transform dusty or sludge-like materials into easy-to-handle granules. Continue Reading →

Agglomeration Equipment & Systems

We’re the top agitation agglomeration specialists in the world. We can transform dusty or sludge-like materials into easy-to-handle granules. Continue Reading →

AGGLOMERATION

Agglomeration, or particle size enlargement, is widely used throughout industries working with bulk solids to convert powders and dusts into more easily managed granules, as well as to control particle characteristics for transportation, handling, or performance.

Agglomeration is used to accomplish a number of different goals and encompasses many different techniques. As such, depending on the industry and the specific process employed, it may be referred to as any one of the following:

  • Pelletizing
  • Micro Pelletizing
  • Conditioning
  • De-dusting
  • Mixing
  • Granulation
  • Balling (iron ore pelletizing)

FEECO can provide a family of solutions to meet your agglomeration needs. Whether you are looking to eliminate dust, convert a waste to a marketable product, or improve product characteristics, we can design and manufacture agglomeration equipment to create a highly efficient process that produces the product you’re looking for.

WHAT CAN AGGLOMERATION DO FOR YOUR MATERIAL?

Agglomeration offers a variety of benefits. Agglomeration can:

  • Reduce Volume
  • Stabilize Mixtures During Handling
  • Eliminate/Reduce Dust Problems
  • Control Hardness
  • Reduce Packing, Storage and Transport Costs
  • Improve Product Performance
  • Improve Handling

To learn more about how agglomeration can benefit your material, see Why Agglomerate Your Material.

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All FEECO equipment and process systems can be outfitted with the latest in automation controls from Rockwell Automation. The unique combination of proprietary Rockwell Automation controls and software, combined with our extensive experience in process design and enhancements with hundreds of materials provides an unparalleled experience for customers seeking innovative process solutions and equipment. Learn more >>

NON-PRESSURE AGGLOMERATION (WET GRANULATION) EQUIPMENT

FEECO is the world’s leading manufacturer of equipment and systems for non-pressure agglomeration, also known as wet granulation. FEECO agglomeration equipment includes:

Since moisture has to be present in the feed material and/or added during the agglomeration process, the resulting agglomerate is relatively soft (green, uncured) and usually requires a secondary process step to dry, cure, or fire the agglomerate and provide finished product strength. The product of non-pressure agglomeration is spherical or spheroidal pellets, depending upon the equipment used.

WHAT AGGLOMERATION EQUIPMENT IS RIGHT FOR YOU?

If you have a material problem, but you’re not sure where to start, we’ve got you covered. We offer a unique material testing facility where we can determine the feasibility of agglomerating of your material, as well as which approach or equipment configuration will best suit the material, and what process parameters are necessary to achieve the desired end product characteristics.

SIZE REDUCTION EQUIPMENT

We also offer a line of size reduction equipment for breaking up oversize pellets for reintegration of the material into the process via a recycle circuit in continuous agglomeration processes. FEECO size reduction equipment includes:

RESOURCES

PROJECT PROFILES

Pin Mixers for Animal Feed
Carbon Black Drum Pelletizer

AGGLOMERATION ARTICLES

Increasing Efficiency with Process Training for Pelletizing (Pelletising)

Increasing Efficiency with Process Training for Pelletizing

Disc pelletizer training is a commonly overlooked, but essential aspect to a successful pelletizing operation. Pelletizing material on a disc pelletizer …

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Rotary Dryer (Drier)

The Role of Drying in Agglomeration

Drying plays a critical role in the agglomeration process. When used prior to agglomeration, drying prepares material feedstock for agglomerate formation, …

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