Large Drum Flakers are used to transform a molten product into a solid. In a continuous process a thin layer of the product adheres to the outside of the rotating drum. The product congeals when it comes into contact with the surface of the drum flaker, which is cooled from inside. The crystallization heat is transferred from the product via the drum to the cooling agent and the desired temperature is achieved. When the drum has almost completed a full revolution the product is removed from the drum with a knife scraper. During this process, the product is transformed to easily processable flakes, depending on the type of product and process parameters.
Large Dry Chemical Systems combine the flexibility of a hand portable fire extinguisher with the fire-killing power. This is designed for protection of extra hazardous areas where large fires must be extinguished. This features greater agent capacity, longer discharge times, and higher flow rates than portable extinguishers. It includes nitrogen cylinder to provide for pressurization of the tank and fluidization of the dry chemical, storage tank to hold a quantity of dry chemical extinguishing agent, hose line(s) to deliver the agent from the storage tank to the nozzle assembly and nozzle assembly to control and direct the flow of dry chemical to the fire.