Vortex Global will exhibit at World of Concrete scheduled for January 18-20, 2022, in Las Vegas, Nevada, at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Vortex representatives will be available to live demonstrate their line of slide gates, diverter valves, loading spouts and aerated conveying products for the cement industry.
Representing Vortex at booth #N355 will be Chief Sales & Marketing Officer Brian Burmaster, Engineering Operations Manager Justin Christiancy, Sales Application Director Michael Kline, and Technical Sales Manager Loading Solutions Adam Schrage
World of Concrete has been serving the global concrete and masonry construction industries for nearly 50 years with the goal of connecting and educating buyers and sellers throughout the industry. To register for the three-day event, visit www.worldofconcrete.com.
Products to be displayed by Vortex include the Vortex® Titan Pressure Valve™, Vortex® Titan Slide Gate™, Vortex® Pivoting Chute Diverter™, Vortex® Loading Spout, Vortex® Spout Filtration System, Vortex® Spout Positioner, Vortex® Aero-Slide™ Conveyor, Vortex® Aero-Slide™ Drum Valve, and Vortex® Aero-Slide™ Gate Valve.
The Vortex Titan Series features slide gates and diverters that are engineered for heavy-duty material handling applications. These applications include materials that pose excessive abrasion or wear issues, situations that call for extremely large sized valves/diverters, and conditions that warrant additional considerations that will allow these valves to be as successful as possible in extremely harsh environments.
Vortex Loading Solutions provide fast and steady material flow during the loading of dry/bulk solid materials in open and/or enclosed vessels. Vortex LoadingSolutions offer a complete line of telescoping loading spouts, filters and positioners for loading processes.
Vortex Aeration Systems are designed to convey dusty, powdery or flaky materials by using gravity on a downward slope. They can be installed on the inside bottom of a storage container or mounted to follow a specific path inside the plant.