Thanks to a novel method of spray calcination, test-ready additives for rapid market entry can be ready in just a few weeks. By Lars Leidolph, Glatt Ingenieurtechnik, and Andreas Kröger, Pigmentsolution.
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Schüttgut-Interview with Dr.-Ing. Michael Jacob, Head of Process Engineering, Process Technology Food, Feed & Fine Chemicals, Glatt Ingenieurtechnik GmbH
At Glatt Ingenieurtechnik, the focus is on processes related to particle design and particle engineering for the development, optimization, functionalization and production of powders and bulk materials such as granules and pellets. Dr.-Ing. Michael Jacob, Head of Process Engineering, Process Technology Food, Feed & Fine Chemicals at Glatt Ingenieurtechnik in Weimar, explains where the current challenges lie in the industry. (German article)
Spray calcination // Their share in the paint system is only a few percent, but their effect triggers buying impulses and makes the cash registers of vehicle manufacturers and furniture producers ring: Matting agents. Thanks to a novel process of spray calcination in a pulsating stream of hot gas, new ideas can be turned into additives ready for testing within just a few weeks. (Article in German language)
With APPtec® for thermal powder synthesis and high-temperature fluid bed, plant manufacturer Glatt Ingenieurtechnik offers effective manufacturing processes for unique product properties. For particle design and the development of customized processes, Glatt has apparatus and equipment on a laboratory, pilot and production scale. (Article in German language)
Better safe than sorry – design safety for fluid bed systems
Design-based explosion protection is one of the most important precautionary measures for operating fluidized bed systems in a process-safe manner. Atex-compliant designs range from explosion-suppressed to explosion-pressure-resistant apparatus. (German article)
Sustainable granulation and refining – Effective fluid bed plant design
German energy prices are among the highest in Europe. More efficient energy use pays off not only in terms of operational cost management, but also in terms of competitiveness and image. Whether in the form of spectacular architecture, as in the case of state-of-the-art, energetically self-sufficient company headquarters, or in silver-grey components for fluidized bed plants – there is always a holistic approach behind successful concepts. (German article)
We accompany the product development from the first idea.
INTERVIEW WITH VOLKER BUDZINSKI FROM GLATT INGENIEURTECHNIK
Glatt Ingenieurtechnik from Weimar is a globally active plant engineering company with its own process technology, the fluid bed process. Volker Budzinski is the sales manager responsible for international project development in the Process Technology Food, Feed & Fine Chemicals division. In an interview with the editors of Food Technologie, he answered some questions about fluid bed technology. (German article)
Continuous process for manufacturing powders with customis-able properties – Whatever the field – medical engineering, battery technology or special pigments – companies looking to develop new applications for high-performance materials are dependent on new and innovative production technologies. A milestone in the produc-tion of customised powders has now been reached in Weimar, Germany.
A new thermal process for powder production – Advanced Pulse Powder Technology – is designed to enable targeted particle design. Manufacturers of advanced ceramics can thus achieve unique and customized product properties. (Article in German language)
Glatt Ingenieurtechnik developed a new powder technology that allows powder composition and particle design to be adjusted to meet a customer’s specific application needs. By synthesising the powder in a pulsed hot gas stream, product structures can now be generated that were not accessible with conventional techniques.