With their wide range of process options, Glatt technologies provide almost unlimited possibilities for optimum particle design and the functionalization of powders and granules for bioceramics, industrial ceramics, LED applications and batteries for electromobility … From nanometers to millimeters, Glatt Ingenieurtechnik will be demonstrating its expertise in particle design for grain sizes from nano to macro at this year’s ceramitec. Meet the Glatt experts at the booth C2.409
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Meet the Glatt experts at Chemspec Europe on 31.05. – 01.06.2022 for Particle Design & Engineering from Nano to Macro:
Processing of liquids and powders at 40 – 1300 °C: drying, granulation, coating, calcination in ONE process step. Batch and continuous mode. Hotmelt Processing. Solvent Recovery.
High-performance powders, granules and pellets. Homogeneous. Dustfree. Unique. Adjustable properties. Functionalization.
Free-flowing granules and pellets from liquids and powders using innovative fluid bed and spouted bed technology at Booth G12 in Hall 1. With state-of-the-art fluid bed and spouted bed technologies, Glatt offers intelligent particle design to dry, shape and functionalize powders and granules with the desired properties in just one process step, improving their application and handling.
In January 2022, plant manufacturer and process expert, Glatt Ingenieurtechnik, expanded its powder synthesis capacity at the company’s technology center in Weimar. The newly installed system ensures a homogenous process temperature throughout the entire length of the ProAPP® 80 HT reactor or the targeted adjustment of temperature gradients. This allows different process steps to be combined.
At its Hermsdorf site, the Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems IKTS creates high-performance oxide ceramics for medical technology and optical components. The world’s first Glatt synthesis reactor for temperatures up to 1300°C was recently put into operation there, with the powder synthesis process based, for the first time, on a flameless concept with pulsating gas flow.