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1886 Berwind White Coal Mining Company began in 1886

1971 Rietz was acquired by Berwind Corporation

1967 Strong Scott was acquired by Berwind Corporation

1963 Komarek-Greaves was acquired by Berwind Corporation


Contents PROCESS DEVELOPEMENT 02 AGGLOMERATING AND COMPACTING 04 THERMAL PROCESSING 06 MIXING 08 SIZE REDUCTION 10

INDUSTRIES 12 AFTERMARKET 13

1976 Berwind Process Equipment Company changed it's name to Bepex Corporation

2014 10th anniversary under the current ownership structure

1992 Hosokawa Micron Group acquired Bepex Corporation

2011

2004 Bepex International LLC was created by a group of senior leaders active in the day to day business

Based on stratgic growth plans Bepex Asia was created to support our customers throughout the region


Process Development

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Process Development

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Thermal Processing Bepex has designed custom thermal processing systems for drying, cooling, heating, and reacting. With our range of thermal technology, we have supplied systems in a variety of applications including: • Torusdisc Paddle Dryer for wet product tempering, and wet cake drying • Solidaire Thin Film Dryer for cooling, pasteurizing, and volatile recovery • PCX Dispersion Dryer for flash drying of high-moisture slurries and fibrous materials • Thermascrew for thawing of frozen products, and additional thermal conditioning • Continuator Reactor for long residence time reacting and drying Using these technologies and our extensive material process experience, we are the single source for meeting your complete thermal processing needs.

Heating & Drying • Pre-heating and drying to increase capacity of downstream treament systems • Drying system for solvent recovery • Thermal treatment of coated materials

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FAQ Solvent Recovery

What are the flow properties of your starting material? The consistency of your material is a key factor in determining the best system to meet your final process requirements. Pastes and slurries with high moisture content require systems with longer residence times and higher temperatures. Wet cakes and powders can be processed in a wide range of thermal equipment. Having a thorough

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understanding

of

your

material

properties is the foundation for designing an optimized process for your application.

Is your material heat sensitive? Dispersion Drying & Reacting • Product holding & Conditioning • Drying to level moisture/solvent content • Flash drying of high moisture materials

Materials that degrade at elevated temperatures can be processed without damage, but how it is heated needs to be evaluated. In a thermal process, product temperatures are kept low through evaporative cooling; energy boils the moisture off first while keeping the material well below the boiling point. There are several heating and system options for treating heat sensitive materials and achieving your thermal processing needs.

What is your required final product Gas Heater

moisture? Understanding how much moisture is on the surface or trapped inside the individual particles impacts how you process your material. For example, low final moisture levels can require

Cooling

longer residence times and multiple drying steps. For finished product requirements where

• Pre-heating and drying to increase capacity of downstream treament systems

moisture levels need to be maintained, short

• Drying system for solvent recovery

generating a drying curve will identify the best

• Thermal treatment of coated materials

residence

time

or

moisture

injection

is

employed. Running a moisture analysis and technology for the process.

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