Author Archives: Joseph Pitkin

Jenike and Johanson presents award for high achievement in Bulk Solids Science at the Western Australian School of Mines

May, 2017 Perth, Australia Jenike and Johanson is proud to award Dirk Oskar Garland the Jenike and Johanson Prize for highest grade in bulk materials component of PRRE2002 at the Western Australian School of Mines, Kalgoorlie Campus. We asked Dirk … Continue reading

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Jenike and Johanson presents award for high achievement in Bulk Solids Science at the University of Newcastle

June, 2017 Perth, Australia Jenike and Johanson is proud to award Ryan Stiff and Zoe Scott the Jenike and Johanson Prize for high achievement in Bulk Solids Science at the University of Newcastle Mechanical Engineering and Mechatronics Dinner. Ryan Stiff … Continue reading

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Whiteboard Friday: Effective Head

Our Project Engineer Josh Marion about effective head and why we use it.

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Jenike & Johanson turns 50!

We are proud to announce that today, August 3, 2016, we have reached a significant milestone: the 50th anniversary of the founding of Jenike & Johanson. Fifty years ago today Dr. Jerry Johanson resigned from his job at US Steel’s … Continue reading

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Center Stage at the Powder Show

If you didn’t make it to the 2016 Powder Show you can catch up with our presentation at the center stage.

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Happy Thanksgiving 2015!

Wishing you a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday!

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John Carson Awarded Lifetime Achievement Award

Dr. John Carson has been awarded AIChE’s (American Institute of Chemical Engineers) 2015 PTF (Particle Technology Forum) award. The Award recognizes a forum member’s lifetime outstanding scientific/technical contributions to the field of particle technology, as well as leadership in promoting … Continue reading

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The case of the singing silo.

Barry had just started to work third shift at the plant a few weeks ago when he heard “it” the first time. Walking down the line because for some reason the conveyor wasn’t quite being filled quite enough; must be … Continue reading

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