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10 Reasons to Choose Sturtevant’s Whirlwind Air Classifier to Remove Undesirable Fine Dust from Aggregates

There are many reasons why an aggregate producer should choose Sturtevant to help classify their tons of aggregate material, but if we had to separate just the top ten they’d look something like the below: Cost Savings: No settling ponds,
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The Whirlwind Mobile Air Classifier: Your Questions Answered!

The Sturtevant Whirlwind Mobile Air Classifier is sturdy, compact and maneuverable on roadways and jobs sites AND takes LESS THAN ONE HOUR FROM PARKING TO START CLASSIFYING. Check out the FAQ’s below to learn more about the only self-contained, 100% mobile
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Why you should use it, what you get, and why it’s awesome!

We encourage all of our customers to take the opportunity to visit our lab facilities and get some hands on experience and equipment operator training. You won’t be disappointed! Customers are also encouraged to test their material in our lab.
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What is a Micron anyway?

In the business of particle size reduction you may hear the word, ‘micron’ thrown around. So, what exactly is a micron, and how small is it? In the material reduction industry, micron size is a ‘big’ deal. Let’s take a
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What Happens to an Air Classifier When Moisture Levels Rise

Air classifiers do a great job of removing undesirable fines from quarried crushed stone and heavy mineral sands in a dry process without using any water. In order to effectively remove the fine dust, the moisture in the stone sand
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Redefining Lithium Carbonate Roll Compaction

As is the case with many raw materials, lithium carbonate micronizing efficiency can often times be improved by densifying the finely sized powders into granules. The industry leading K.R. Komarek Roll Compactor has become the industry standard for lithium carbonate processors.  The
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Pre-Classifying Before Milling or Micronizing Lithium

Reducing any raw material in size is typically the most expensive part of any dry processing system.  This is due to the amount of energy required to breakdown larger particles into smaller particles.  So if you can reduce the amount
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The Lithium Triangle

Most of us are very familiar with the infamous “Bermuda Triangle” or the “Devil’s Triangle” as it is sometimes referred.  It is one of those unexplained mysteries that has seen planes, ships and people seemingly vanish into thin air.  The
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The Rise of the Premium Pet Food Market

According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, 63.2% of pet owners consider their pets to be members of the family. Given this statistic, it should come as no surprise that more and more pet owners are moving to premium pet foods for
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Battery Grade Lithium Carbonate

If fine particles are good, are finer particles better? The ongoing nanoparticle revolution continues to challenge fine powder producers with the pursuit for finer and finer particle size distributions.  The ultra-high surface-to-volume ratios of nanoparticles are very appealing to some
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Sturtevant remains rooted in automobile technology with battery-grade lithium carbonate

Did you know? From the first automatic transmission to the latest version of electric vehicle batteries…Sturtevant remains rooted in automobile technology The modern-day automatic transmission can be traced all the way back to 1904 when T.J Sturtevant of the Sturtevant Mill Company
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Keeping Fly Ash Out of Landfills

Fly ash is one of the materials produced during the coal combustion process that is carried up in the flue gases and can be collected before exiting the stack using pollution control equipment including electrostatic precipitators or baghouses. In an