Februrary 2024: Discover with Glatt the future potential for your production when drying liquids into powders and granulates with defined properties. Benefit from the unique combination of technological expertise in bulk solids particle design and plant engineering from a single source. Visit us at Anuga FoodTec – Stand 10.1 G 060.
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March 5, 2024 | 9:45 a.m. Hotel Leonardo Weimar. Save the date! The lecture presents an upscaling concept for fluidized bed processes with Wurster configuration developed and established by Glatt. It is suitable for coating and agglomeration processes alike. The concept is based on basic thermodynamical and fluid mechanical principles, resulting in reliable scaleup factors. Speakers are Dr. Sören E. Lehmann and Dr. Norbert Pöllinger, Glatt Pharmaceutical Services
March 5, 2024 | 11:10 a.m. Hotel Leonardo Weimar. Save the date! The lecture presents a novel coating process based on chemical vapor deposition (CVD). In this process, fine, cohesive pigment powders are coated with thin carbon layers. These materials are used in the cosmetics industry and are characterized by exceptional visual properties. The speaker is Dr. Christian Rieck, Glatt Ingenieurtechnik
The product requirements of paints and coatings are versatile, but the properties of commercially available fillers or additives are often not. Glatt experts will explain how this gap can be closed with optimised powders and particles. As a leading company for powder synthesis, fluid bed and spouted bed technology, Glatt will provide insights into successful customer projects for particle design, process planning and plant engineering at booth 3-732.
Fluidised bed and spouted bed processes by Glatt offer manufacturers almost unlimited possibilities in terms of optimised particle design and the functionalisation of ingredients, the properties of which can be fine-tuned using spray granulation, agglomeration, microencapsulation and film, lipid and hotmelt coating.
Glatt technologies are usable to add value or improve product properties of dry detergent formulations. Liquids or powders can be processed to innovative products. Benefits of technology. Fluidized and spouted bed equipment. Strategy for product and process development. Case study »Homogeneity of mixture«. Case study »Chemical reaction and granulation«. Case study »Granulation of polymers or surfactants«. Case study »Coated enzyme granules«.
With an advanced powder synthesis process, particularly high-quality nano- and microscale powders can be produced or refined – for example, for dental implants. To make the properties of zirconium oxide powders, which are also used in other medical and technical products, even more specific, the particles can be coated, for example. Glatt powder synthesis, a further development of the spray calcination process, is suitable for this purpose. (German article)
Powder synthesis represents a novel process for the production, activation and coating of battery materials. By using a pulsating hot gas flow with adjustable frequencies and amplitudes, powders of the highest quality can be produced. Solutions to address current shortcomings as innovation drivers for new battery materials.
Come and check out the innovative fluid bed and spouted bed technologies for granules and pellets!
Glatt welcomes you to visit the Glatt Dashboard and interact with experts to understand what we can do for your ingredients like fertilizers, crop protection agents, salts, polymers, seeds, phosphonates, enzymes, essential oils, fragrances, surfactants, detergents, cleaning agents, colour pigments, ceramics, catalysts, minerals, trace elements, acids, diamonds, and so much more to optimize the desired physical properties and / or to protect sensitive, active and volatile substances.
Fluidised bed and spouted bed processes by Glatt offer manufacturers almost unlimited possibilities in terms of optimised particle design and the functionalisation of ingredients, the properties of which can be fine-tuned using spray granulation, agglomeration, microencapsulation and coating.