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Comparison of the effect of powder properties on coating transfer efficiency and dustiness in two non-electrostatic and electrostatic systems



Comparison of the effect of powder properties on coating transfer efficiency and dustiness in two non-electrostatic and electrostatic systems



Innovative Food Science and Emerging Technologies 5(2): 191-198



Particle size, density, cohesiveness and chargeability of powders were correlated to their electrostatic and non-electrostatic transfer efficiency and dustiness in gravity fed tumble drum and pneumatically fed conveyor belt coating systems. The effect of particle size on transfer efficiency was opposite in the two systems, while the other properties were similar.

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DOI: 10.1016/j.ifset.2004.02.003


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