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An installation of multiple screening machines or a single screening machine with multiple feed points, such as a Derrick Stack Sizer(TM), requires a well-designed flow distribution system. Custom engineered for each application, Derrick Flo-Dividers are designed to representatively split slurry flows into any number of equivalent streams. Representative flow distribution means that all discharge points receive identical material in terms of mass flow, volume flow, slurry density, and particle size distribution. Derrick design engineers carefully consider the overall process and layout requirements to ensure that the flow distribution system will perform as required over the total range of anticipated flow conditions.
With 3 generations of Derricks actively involved in the business, it is committed to the guiding principles and philosophy that have led to its success. Derrick is committed to providing customers with state of the art equipment to meet their ever-changing needs. High quality, innovation and reliability are Derrick's pledge today and for the future. A firm commitment to research and development enables Derrick to maintain its position as a leading innovator. Derrick also stands behind its commitment to a vertically integrated, in-house production system.
Derrick Corporation remains one of the few companies in any industry dedicated to complete in-house manufacturing of every piece of equipment from our headquarters located in Buffalo, New York. Derrick is considered the world leader in the design and manufacture of machinery used to screen a wide variety of materials in the range of 3/8 inch to 400 mesh (10 mm to 38 microns).