We explain how flexible fluidized bed processes can realize your product ideas. Particle size and particle structure can be specifically adjusted. This gives you a direct influence on characteristics such as bulk density, solubility, dispersibility, release behavior and flowability. Improved dosing and storage stability extend the range of applications for the subsequent processing of your optimized ingredients. Fluid bed spray granulation for highly soluble protein granules with improved sinking behavior. Fluidized bed coating enables tailor-made encapsulation of spherical and irregular particles.
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Glatt will be presenting cutting-edge safety concepts that go far beyond current legal requirements. As a plant manufacturer and operator, Glatt combines professional engineering with extensive technological know-how from its own practical experience. Visitors to the stand can discover which comprehensive concepts and innovations Glatt has developed and how they pay off in terms of product quality, fire/explosion protection, operational safety, heat recovery and environmental compatibility.
Transform poorly free-flowing powders into dust-free, easy-flowing granules! Adjust the solubility of your instant products! Increase the bioavailability of active ingredients. Stabilize oxidation-sensitive and volatile substances. Encapsulate your additives for better transportability and storability with clever particle coatings! Discover fluid bed or spouted bed processes!
On 30 June 2023, a completely new type of production plant for special effect pigments was officially commissioned at the Glatt Technology Centre. The Darmstadt-based Merck Group placed the order for the development and construction of a plant based on chemical vapour deposition (CVD). The Dryflux technology is suitable for numerous powder applications.
Glatt powder synthesis offers a versatile tool for the development and industrial production of innovative battery materials. The highly flexible technology opens up the possibility of producing and refining anode and cathode materials as well as solid electrolytes in just one step. The key to the effectiveness of this process is the special conditions in the pulsating hot gas flow.
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.
As a leader in fluid bed technology and powder synthesis with its own Technology Center in Weimar, Germany, Glatt will highlight integrated concepts in the areas of particle design, process know-how and plant engineering. Glatt experts will be happy to discuss a wide range of topics — from product idea to the industrial manufacture of products and ingredients — in the bulk solids processing industries. Meet our experts at booth H04-5.
The Glatt Group’s customers benefit from bundled expertise in particle design – from the initial feasibility trial, through scale-up, to validation of the production process. Glatt offers suitable solutions for every variant and, if required, also implements customer-specific processes. In this way, new products move more quickly from the development phase to market maturity. (German article)
Both spray drying and fluid bed spray granulation can be used to convert liquid products into bulk materials. The most effective process will often be dictated by the desired properties of the final particles and the specific application. Glatt Ingenieurtechnik has a thorough understanding of both techniques and has a long history of designing fluid bed systems that are tailored to individual customer products.
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.