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CPS wins BFTP Innovative Technology Award

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Custom Processing Services, Inc. has been named a winner of the Northeastern Pennsylvania Innovation Awards by The Ben Franklin Technology Partners (BFTP) of Northeastern Pennsylvania. Awards will be presented to six recipients, companies or individuals who have achieved business success through Ben Franklin funding and assistance, have helped others to achieve success, or have improved their businesses through innovation. Each award recipient exemplifies outstanding achievement in that particular category. Custom Processing Services is honored for its Innovative Application of Technology – a company that strongly demonstrates a “break-the-mold” approach to […]

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New East Greenville Warehouse Opens

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Flexibility, capacity, security, and speed. That’s what Custom Processing Services can offer more of at its East Greenville plant – all from a new warehouse.       The completed 175 x 85 foot warehouse offers customers: Swifter turnaround time Flexible scheduling Increased capacity for larger jobs Improved quality control The installation was completed on December 29, 2015. Michael Bowman, project engineer, said the desire to continue to offer increased efficiency and lower costs to its customers prompted construction of a warehouse dedicated solely to secure storage. The state-of-the-art warehouse, […]

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New warehouse coming

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Flexibility, capacity, security, and speed. That’s what Custom Processing Services can offer more of at its East Greenville plant – all from a new warehouse. The 175 x 85 foot warehouse, now under construction, offers customers:    Swifter turnaround time Flexible scheduling Increased capacity for larger jobs Improved quality control The installation is scheduled for completion on December 29, 2015. Michael Bowman, project engineer, said the desire to continue to offer increased efficiency and lower costs to its customers prompted construction of a warehouse dedicated solely to secure storage. The […]

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Jaw Crushers Used for Grinding Abrasive Materials

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Jaw Crushers   Guide to Grinding Abrasive Materials: Primary Reduction by Gregg Shemanski, President and Founder of Custom Processing Services, Inc. I have been grinding materials or particle size reduction for over 30 years. I was introduced to making powder out of lead pigs in a ball mill at my fist job, and have been working in the field of particle size reduction in one form or another for most of my life. The purpose of this blog is not to show a complete listing of all types of particle size […]

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Ask an Expert – Preventing material build up during milling

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Ask an Expert: Avoiding material build up and screen blinding during milling Q: The heat generated from our milling operations causes material to build up and harden on the mill parts and causes screen blinding. How can we prevent these problems? Gregory J. Shemanski, Custom Processing Services, says: There are several different cooling methods that can help you avoid material build up and screen blinding during milling operations. In an impact or mechanical grinding milling system, the traditional cooling method is achieved by cooling the airstream with liquid nitrogen. This method […]

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Ask an Expert – How material feed rate control affects size reduction, mill effectiveness

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Jeffrey A. Klinger, Vice President and Co-founder of Custom Processing Services, Inc., discusses how material feed rate control affects size reduction, mill effectiveness – from  March 2015 Powder and Bulk Engineering PBE-News. Click on the link below to view article. Ask an Expert Feed Rate Ask an Expert: How material feed rate control affects size reduction, mill effectiveness Q: How does controlling material feed rate influence size reduction and a mill’s effectiveness? Jeffrey A. Klinger, Custom Processing Services, says: Material feed rate is one of the most important controls that […]

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Keystone Edge recognizes CPS’s growth

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Custom Processing Services, co-founded by Gregg Shemanski and Jeffrey A. Klinger, specializes in making particles so small they can hardly be seen. Starting in December 2000 literally as a two-man operation,with Shemanski and Klinger running the high tech equipment only at night because of high electricity use, the business has grown to employ more than 100 people, with four buildings in two locations, Exeter Township and East Greenville. CPS uses the latest technology to micronize and ultrafine-grind materials for a wide range of products, including chemical powders,waxes, polymers,minerals, metals, fillers […]

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Jeff Klinger discusses Multiple Grinding Techniques to Reduce Particle Size

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Coarse grinding can be achieved in many different ways. Typically we start off with drastic size reduction by running the product through a series of jaw crushers and pass this material through our rotary kiln dryer if moisture reduction is required. The continuous process carries the product from the dryer to our impact crushers to further reduce the size. The material is then sized to customized “mesh” particle sizes by screening the material over a series of different screens to meet the customer’s specifications. Multiple Grinding Techniques to Reduce Particle Size: […]

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Nanosizing via Wet or Dry Grinding

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View the Powder and Bulk Solids article about nanosizing called: Nano Sizing Via Wet or Dry Grinding by Steve Miranda and Becky Shemanski by clicking the link. Here is a preview: Nano Sizing Via Wet or Dry Grinding By Becky Shemanski, Communications Director, Custom Processing Services, Inc. and Stephen Miranda, Director of Sales, Netzsch-Condux  Nano-sized particles are desirable in many industries, from active pharmaceuticals and pigments to technical ceramics and electronics, and are used to improve reactivity, provide increased surface area, and reduce material consumption. Traditionally, producing sub-micron sized particles has only […]

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Different Approaches to Grinding Abrasive Materials

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Gregg Shemanski discusses various types of grinding methods and their applications in the May 2015 issue of Powder & Bulk Solids. Different Approaches to Grinding Abrasive Materials I have been grinding materials or particle size reduction for over 30 years. I was introduced to making powder out of lead pigs in a ball mill at my first job, and have been working in the field of particle size reduction in one form or another for most of my life. The purpose of this article is not to show a complete […]

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