All Blog Posts about ‘Synthetic Gypsum’

Resource of the Week: Infographic on Processing Synthetic Gypsum

This article was authored by:

Carrie Carlson
Technical Writer

Resource of the Week: Infographic on Processing Synthetic Gypsum into a Soil Amendment

This week’s highlighted resource is an infographic on processing synthetic gypsum into a soil amendment. Synthetic gypsum – a by-product of the coal-burning process – has become a popular replacement for gypsum soil amendments. This infographic covers the benefits of using syn gyp as a Continue reading →

 

Considerations in Gypsum Handling

This article was authored by:

Tim Matzke
Material Handling Expert

Gypsum

The primary role of a gypsum handling system is to transfer material safely and efficiently from one location to another. While this functionality is universal regardless of industry, the equipment is not considered to be all-purpose, one-size-fits-all solutions. A prime example of this is gypsum, Continue reading →

 

Material Characteristics to Consider when Processing Gypsum

This article was authored by:

Chris Kozicki
Agglomeration Expert

Gypsum Pellets

When processing any material, it is important to recognize key characteristics that will affect manufacturing operations and the product generated. Even well-known minerals such as gypsum require testing on a case by case basis to ensure quality results. The following list outlines key material characteristics Continue reading →

 

6 Facts about Synthetic Gypsum

This article was authored by:

Chris Kozicki
Agglomeration Expert

Synthetic Gypsum Facts

What is synthetic gypsum? While natural gypsum has been mined and manufactured for centuries, the process of manufacturing synthetic gypsum has only been available for the last few decades. In case you’re not familiar with synthetic gypsum’s characteristics and uses, read on to learn the Continue reading →

 

The Basics of Drying Gypsum

This article was authored by:

Shane Le Capitaine
Thermal Processing Expert

Drying Gypsum

As the gypsum industry knows, changes in a material’s moisture content will influence manufacturing in many different ways. For example, a reduction in moisture can greatly impact material handling or prepare gypsum for subsequent steps in the manufacturing process. Gypsum dryers, also known as rotary Continue reading →