Freeman Technology will appear at booth number 16034 at the Powder & Bulk Solids exhibition May 7-9 in Rosemont, Ill. The company will showcase its FT3 powder rheometer, which serves a diverse range of processing industries. The unit enables users to make direct comparisons of powder flowability data from different samples. A novel pre-conditioning feature ensures that measurements are repeatable and comparable, and most of the variables that affect powder flowability can be assessed independently. The FT3 uses a patented helical blade principal, where the blade displaces powder as it moves along a helical path through the sample. A wide range of flow patterns and flow rates can be achieved depending on the direction and speed of movement.
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