The Momentum Series Lump Breaker offers high-capacity size reduction with a compact, low-power, easy-clean design. A rotating beater assembly grates material through a perforated screen, eliminating agglomerates for higher-quality output. Marion’s size reduction equipment offers consistent particle size within a narrow band while minimizing the generation of dust and fines. Various mesh sizes are available to suit a wide range of applications, including reducing particle size before or after mixing, intermediate sizing of product for improved drying and granulation prior to tableting, regrinding out-of-spec material for reclaim, pre-grinding prior to a secondary fine milling process, or accelerating dissolution in liquid reactors.
From simple leg extensions to elaborate elevated work platforms, with OSHA-compliant stairs, railings and decking, we are your sole source for the design and fabrication of support structures. If you aren’t quite sure what you want, that’s ok too. We’ll share our extensive insight with integrated batch and continuous processing systems including conveyors, bin discharge units, feeders, pumps storage bins, tote mixers and hoppers to help create an advantage- for you.
Staying competitive in today’s world requires intelligence in and on all fronts. That’s why Marion Process Solutions has invested in an expert team of talent to create intelligent solutions through smart controls. iNCONTROL™ is much more than a control system capability. It’s a toolbox of resources and knowledge that will take your machine to the next level of performance. Your smart resource from day one. At a minimum, all control packages include:
Facing a dwindling budget for capital expenditures? Need to improve the performance of your existing equipment? Even firms with the capital to spend find supply chain issues can delay new plant and processing equipment purchases or force a change in plans. There is another solution for companies […]
What does it actually mean when you say "clean?" After all, every industry, environment, product line and process will involve somewhat different definitions of the words: clean vs. sanitary vs. 3A certified vs. contamination-free and more. Logically, what may be "good enough" for one mixing […]
Manufacturers are presented with numerous choices when it comes to process mixers for the chemical industry. Some mixers last 20, 30, 40 years or more. Deciding on an investment that is flexible and durable enough to take your company into the future means making the right choices now.