For decades, large companies have outsourced production capabilities, thus driving globalisation –but also contributing to the decline of domestic industries. Digitalization, however, means it makes sense for more and more well-known global players to relocate production back to Europe. Contract manufacturing, for example, gives an idea of where this journey can take us.
How do you produce dust-free granules and pellets from powders and liquids? In the fluid bed. In a single process step. Didier Schons, Area Sales Manager, Process Technology Food, Feed & Fine Chemicals at Glatt Ingenieurtechnik Weimar, explains how.
Dr. Michael Jacob, Head of the Process Engineering Department at Glatt Ingenieurtechnik GmbH, will give a lecture on “Vacuum drying in fluidized beds”. This will be part of the 4-day program around fundamentals and applications in drying, granulation and agglomeration.
Sophisticated product design with Glatt fluid bed and spouted bed technologies @ ProPak 2019, booth P1: Added-value ingredients and active substances require gentle processes. Glatt’s laboratory plant enables the small-scale production and testing of innovative product ideas.
At the 14th European Congress on Catalysis, Dr. Thomas Jähnert, Glatt Process technology Food, Feed & Fine Chemicals, will give a lecture on “APPtec® – a new generation of spray pyrolysis technology to produce advanced catalyic materials”.
At the 7th European Drying Conference Dr. Michael Jacob, Head of Process Engineering, Glatt Process Technology Food, Feed & Fine Chemicals, will give a lecture about “Process analytical technologies for inline control of fluidized bed agglomeration”.
Benefit from high performance powders produced with Glatt Powder Synthesis to improve active materials for batteries and solid electrolytes. All particles are treated identically in terms of temperature and residence time, as a basis for homogeneous NMC, LNMO, LLZO or modified graphite.
In its current issue, the eastern German business magazine WIRTSCHAFT+MARKT presents 150 of the most innovative eastern German companies from seven sectors. These include mechanical engineering, the mobility sector, the IT and digital economy, energy and environmental technology, the healthcare industry, the chemical and plastics industry, and the food and agricultural industry.
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.