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25.01.2023 - 26.01.2023
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Type: Course
Duration: 2 days
Starts: 25.01.2023
Ends: 26.01.2023
Place: on-line

Entry: paid

Measurement of the Behavioural Properties of Powders

Course

Overview: This course is designed to give delegates an overview of various methods for determining the bulk behaviour of powder and granular particulates.

Subjects covered include a selection of:

  • Particle size measurement techniques
  • Particle Density (solid and bulk)
  • Flow property measurements
  • Moisture uptake
  • Degradation/friability of bulk through handling systems
  • Pneumatic conveying properties
  • Dustiness testing

Course fee: £450 per person

The course will be delivered online in English. If you are interested in receiving this course in German, please contact us to arrange.
 

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