Coperion K-Tron is the global leader in high-quality feeders, pneumatic conveying, components, and related process equipment, systems, and service for the plastics, food, pet food, pharmaceutical, chemical, non-wovens and detergent industries. Product lines include volumetric feeders, loss-in-weight feeders, weigh belt feeders, mass flow meters, vacuum conveying systems, pressure conveying systems, rotary valves and much more.
Focused on improving plantwide efficiency through single-source integration of systems, the company’s expansive initiative includes storage systems (silos, hoppers, vessels and tanks), bulk loading/unloading systems (from railcars to FIBCs and RIBCs), complete pressure and vacuum conveying systems, vacuum sequencing systems, weighing and scaling systems, feeding systems (volumetric and gravimetric dry and liquid, continuous and batch), process control systems (PLC, HMI, data acquisition, communications and supervisory control, lot tracking & validation, etc.), ancillary systems (mixers, blenders, dryers, valves and sensors, hopper agitation, metal detection, dust collection, and support structures) and extrusion systems for food, pharmaceutical and plastics extrusion applications.
Coperion K-Tron has manufacturing, sales and service facilities located in the USA, Switzerland, Singapore, China, Great Britain, Germany and France supported by 87 sales organizations with 105 offices in 62 countries around the world. Primary manufacturing facilities are located in Sewell, New Jersey; Salina, Kansas; Niederlenz, Switzerland; and Wuxi, China. Modern, well equipped laboratories are located in North America, Europe and Asia for materials evaluation, equipment selection and performance testing.
Coperion K-Tron holds more than 100 patents for weighing, mechanical and control technologies and their application to bulk solids handling. The company’s continuing commitment to research and development assures processors they can count on Coperion K-Tron to keep them at the top of the technology curve for their feeding, conveying and systems engineering needs.