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Chemical Processing
Why Your Chemical Processing Company's Safety Record Matters
We’ve all heard the sayings, “Safety first!” and “It’s better to be safe than sorry!” Safety should always a priority in our lives, but what does “safety” actually encompass when it comes to the chemical processing industry? And how important is it to evaluate the safety record of chemical processing companies? A company that has...
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Chemical processing 101: Drying
What Is Chemical Process of Drying? Drying is the process of using evaporation to remove water from a solution, suspension, or other solid-liquid mixture. In addition to solids, the process can also be used to remove water from liquids or gases. Drying is used for many different industrial categories in chemical processing, including agricultural products,...
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What Is Screening? In the context of chemical processing, screening is the process of segregating materials and classifying them into different sizes or grades. There are two types of screening: dry screening and wet screening. Dry screening entails screening materials in their naturally mined state by way of vibration. The processor filters the material through...
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Environmentally Conscious Chemical Processing
At Howard Industries, we are fully committed to our guarantee of environmental stewardship when it comes to our services. That’s why, today, we wanted to touch on what it means to be environmentally conscious in the chemical processing industry. To learn more about Howard Industries’ commitment to staying environmentally sound with every project we take on,...
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Blending
What Is Blending? Blending and mixing are steps that are frequently necessary for a wide variety of industrial processes. Because both involve combining materials, the words are often used interchangeably, however, the chemical processes of blending and mixing are technically not the exact same. While mixing is the physical combination of dissimilar materials to create...
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Chemical Processing 101: Agglomerating
What Is Agglomerating? Agglomeration is the process of forming powdered and particle-based materials into a larger mass. Agglomerates are loosely held together by physical and chemical forces, depending on the method or process used for adhesion. This can be especially useful when it comes to converting raw materials into more useful forms, transform waste material...
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The Industrial Applications of Chemistry
When it comes to industrial applications of chemistry, there are multiple applications that are best executed by chemical processing experts. Below are just a few examples of the industrial applications of chemistry. If you are a company looking for a chemical processing manufacturer to handle your industrial product, Howard Industries, Inc. has over 53 years...
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Chemical Processing 101: Crushing
What Is Crushing? Crushing is the process of reducing the size of materials so that they can be further processed. In addition to being used in the chemical industry, industrial crushing equipment can be very useful in a variety of businesses. These include, but are not limited to, waste and recycling, mining, food processing, construction,...
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Chemical Processing 101 Milling
Are you looking into industrial milling, sometimes known as grinding, for your product, but are unsure about how milling works or if it’s necessary? Whether you are interested in learning more about milling, or you would just like some background information into the process before receiving milling services, Howard Industries has the information you need....
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Blending
When it comes to blending, it is important to understand which type of blender is best for fulfilling your needs. From ribbon blenders to jacketed blenders, each type of blender excels in certain areas. So, when choosing a blender that can take on your job, consider each type of blenders strengths and weaknesses. At Howard...
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Howard Industries, Inc. is a leader in the custom chemical processing industry. Howard’s sales, customer support, and manufacturing teams combine to offer a full range of specialty processing including fine milling, blending, drying, classification, and packaging as well as many other processes.