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:: Knelson-Deswik Introduces KD-VGM10 Laboratory System
Shortly after turning the calendar to 2011, Knelson Milling Solutions unveiled the first Canadian manufactured Knelson-Deswik mill.
The KD-VGM10 laboratory system has been commissioned and will remain at the Knelson Research and Testing Centre in Langley for the next few months. After preliminary testing and training is completed, the unit will be moved to the University of British Columbia. At UBC the mill will be used as part of a National Science and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) research program aimed at improving the efficiency of fine grinding operations.
KD-VGM10 Laboratory System
"The Knelson-Deswik is a very young technology and as such, we’re very excited to get the NSERC program underway at UBC. We are looking forward to working closely with Dr. Klein to garner as much valuable operating data as possible" commented David Rahal; KMS Technical Director.
"We intend to augment the UBC work with a simultaneous NSERC program at McGill University. The McGill research program will include discrete element and computational flow modeling. This will allow us to get a better understanding of the dynamics within the milling environment" added Rahal.
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