RAYMOND BARTLETT SNOW
The RAYMOND BARTLETT SNOW is a leader in the design, manufacturer and construction of size reduction, classification and thermal processing equipment for over 125 years. With a versatile portfolio of products, ARVOS Group has thousands of references globally and has maintained its position as a leading supplier worldwide.
As an industry trailblazer, the Raymond® brand is highly regarded as the global expert and leader in the development of size reduction and air classification technologies. Raymond equipment and systems are known for their quality and performance ability, and have set the standard in size reduction.
Bartlett-Snow™ thermal processing equipment has a long history of providing solutions for heat transfer applications in the chemical, petrochemical, ceramic, magnetic, metals, food, and fertilizer, plastic and industrial solid waste industry worldwide. With over 3,500 installations globally, we are known for our innovative and dependable equipment for the changing needs of these process industries.
RAYMOND BARTLETT SNOW works with its customers from initial concept and development of the equipment and systems, through pilot plant testing, equipment manufacturing and commissioning, followed by the full capability to provide OEM replacement parts and technical services.
Raymond® & Bartlett-Snow™ OEM Replacement parts are manufactured according to the original equipment specification. RAYMOND BARTLETT SNOW Division maintains a database of the original specification of all equipment sold, by serial number and model resulting in accurate records for every piece of equipment including custom designed variations for specific applications.
RAYMOND BARTLETT SNOW capabilities include the Raymond Bartlett Snow Research & Process Development Center. This modern 25,000 square foot (2,300m2) facility is used exclusively to test and demonstrate the capabilities of Raymond® and Bartlett-Snow™ equipment under simulated production conditions. It houses a wide range of full-scale equipment for pulverizing, classifying or thermally processing virtually any mineral, chemical, metal or other material in large material lots which reduces the uncertainty of scale-up between bench and full scale equipment.