Thoreson-McCosh Inc.

Contact Information

Please visit: Thoreson-McCosh Inc.

Mailing Address:
1885 Thunderbird St.
Troy, MI 48084 US

Phone: 248-362-0960
Fax: 248-362-5270

Product Categories of Thoreson-McCosh Inc.

  • Blenders (non-intensive) more (+)
  • Conveying Equipment (pneumatic and Mechanical) more (+)
  • Dryers for Resins more (+)
  • Hopper Loaders more (+)
  • Hoppers, Bins, Tanks more (+)
  • Metal Detectors, Separators more (+)
  • Metering, Proportioning Equipment more (+)
  • Moisture Analyzers
  • Silos more (+)

As seen in PT

  • Auxiliaries at NPE: New Solutions from Material Preparation To Post-Mold Operations

    There will be an extraordinary range of new auxiliary equipment on display at the show.

  • NPE News Wrap-up: Resin Dryers

    At least 16 companies introduced new dryers at the big show in Chicago. The new models span a range of drying technologies, but most sport features that save space and cost and make the dryers simpler and more reliable.

  • New Compressed-Air Dryer And Loader Controls

    Two prominent themes in materials-handling auxiliaries at the recent NPE show in Chicago were both evident at the booth of Thoreson-McCosh Inc., Troy, Mich.

  • What to See at NPE 2006: Materials and Parts Handling

    Dryers, feeders, blenders, loaders, metal detectors, level sensors, mechanical and pneumatic conveyors, silos, bins, pumps, filters, valves, box fillers, bag dumpers, and materials-handling control systems constitute one of the biggest categories of products on display at NPE.

  • Resin Dryers: Which Type Is Right for You?

    Processors today face bewildering choices of at least five basic types of dryers, whose capabilities are subject to conflicting claims from equipment suppliers. For the buyer, the most basic questions are: How much drying is needed for the job and which dryer types are up to the task?

  • NPE Newsfinder: Materials & Parts Handling

    From pneumatic systems that deliver materials to the processing machine to conveyors and handling devices that pull parts out the back, the trend appears to be “smaller and smarter.” NPE 2000 will show lots of downsized auxiliaries designed for mini processing machines, as well as more compact equipment of every size that frees up floor space.

  • NPE News Wrap-Up: Materials Handling

    The big show in Chicago presented more new loaders, feeders, blenders, and conveying controls than you could count. They’re more flexible, easier to maintain, and easier to control. Many are web-enabled, and some are lower in cost.

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