A SELECTION OF KAMENGO LOW DENSITY, FIBROUS MATERIALS PROJECTS

CORN FIBER TALL STORAGE AND FEED (2009)

Blair, Nebraska, USA

This installation in Blair, Nebraska uses the Kamengo Feeder to discharge wet corn fibre from a 65-foot tall bin into a screw conveyor. The corn fiber is a residue from corn after extraction of sugar. The material is wet, mushy and highly compactible, making it a very difficult flowing material.

PROCESSED PULP TRUCK LOAD OUT (2004)

Crofton, British Columbia, Canada

This installation on Vancouver Island, in British Columbia, Canada includes a 6,000 cu-ft mass flow bin and Kamengo Feeder for storing and discharging processed wood pulp into 45-foot truck trailers. The stored processed wood pulp at the Crofton installation has a 60%+ moisture content, making it a particularly difficult flowing material. The mill has been able to store material for several days without hang-ups in the bin.