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General
1. Material to be delumped
2. Lumpbreaker Objective
3. Description of Material
4. FEED STATE (Check all that apply)
Chunks Slabs
Crumbly Wet
Rubbery Deliquescent
Thixotropic Crystals
Dry Brittle
Heat sensitive Corrosive
Wax-like Wetcake
Dilatent Friable
Pellets Abrasive
Sticky Powder
Free-flowing    
5. Is feed continious or in batches? Batch Continuous
6. Lump Size
Max Min %
Lumps Shape
7. Capacity

(lbs/hr.) (kg/hr.)

Bulk Density (lbs/cu.Ft.) (kg/cu.M.)
8. Acceptable particle size at discharge Max Min Avg
9. Feed Temperature F   C FEED MOISTURE:
Type of moisture (if not water)
Process and Mechanical Requirements
10. Process Description
11. What is directly before the lumpbreaker?
Outlet Dimensions
12. What is directly after the lumpbreaker?
Inlet Dimensions
Should the lumpbreaker mate-up to this equipment? Yes No
13. Feed Surge Possibility Yes No
How much?
Process Temperature F   C
14. Space Limitations
15. Space concerns/requirements
Lumpbreaker Specifications
16. Materials of Construction
If necessary, can fluorocarbon coating be used? (e.g. Teflon) Yes No
17. Hoppers Required Feed Product
Dimensions
18. Drive Specifications  
Explosion Proof? Yes No
Area Classification
Variable Speed? Yes No
Type Voltage
Phase Cycles
19. Options (see Feeder Bulletins)
19. Is sample material avialble for testing? Yes No
20. How much material is available for testing?
21. Is a rental unit desirable? Yes No