Spray agglomeration, wet granulation or direct pelletizing of powders.

Dust-free granules with homogeneously distributed components.

Agglomeration processes convert powdery particles into free-flowing, low-dust, coarse granules with defined properties. Improved flowability or solubility, for example, facilitate further processing or direct handling, transport and storage of powdery substances and their mixtures. The granules reduce dust exposure and thus allergen exposure. For flammable substances, the ex-potential is minimized.

In agglomeration, finely dispersed primary particles are converted into cohesive units such as pellets or granules with a coarser particle size range by introducing a binder.

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