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Powtech World Magazine Advertorial


products with diverse requirements and properties such as temperature boundaries, viscosity, rheological behaviour, hardness, particle size and shape, means efficient manufacturing with the highest production capacities and quality is only possible with different mixing, homogenizing, grinding or classifying systems.


A RANGE OF CUSTOMISED SOLTUTIONS For processing dry powders, fine impact mills with different grinding tools and stators, fluidized and high- density bed jet mills, classifier mills, fine cutting mills and various high-performance classifiers are employed. Through the use of different media such as hot


air, nitrogen or superheated steam as well as special classifying wheel geometries and construction materials, new standards in product quality can be achieved with respect to particle size distribution, particle shape and absence of contamination.


WORLD MARKET LEADER IN WET PROCESSING When it comes to processing suspensions and emulsions dissolvers, vacuum mixers, in-line dispersing systems, planetary mixers or high-pressure homogenisers are technologies for mixing and homogenising. For wet grinding, NETZSCH-Feinmahltechnik GmbH established


has assorted agitator bead mills with special disk or peg-grinding systems, depending on


the application. Here, too, NETZSCH has the largest all- ceramic grinding system on the world market, with a maximum grinding chamber size of 150 litres. In the manufacture of a wide variety of products such as paints and coatings, food, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, ceramics, fillers and many more, the production output of an existing plant is of particular interest to the industry. The limiting factor is the temperature limit of the product, particularly in wet fine grinding and dispersion processes. Here, too, through the use of a ceramic material as standard for lining the grinding chamber of agitator bead mills, considerable increases in production output can be achieved, along with reduced machine downtimes.


SUMMARY


Grinding and dispersing is being revolutionised, not only with universal platforms etc. The most important progress comes via the collaborative efforts of product and technology specialists and process optimisation. Here,


NETZSCH offers comprehensive service


throughout. With the portfolio of the Business Unit Grinding & Dispersing, products in a particle size range between a few cm down to approx. 10 nanometers, dry or wet, water- or solvent-based, high or low viscosity can be processed under various technical standards. This versatility is unique on the world market.


COMPANY INFORMATION


We are a mid-sized, family-owned German company engaging in the manufacture of machinery and instrumentation with worldwide production, sales, and service branches. Without losing sight of our regional roots, we strive for global market penetration. Regionality and globality are not mutually exclusive terms in our world. www.netzsch.com |


info.ntt@netzsch.com Author: Dr. Stefan Mende, NETZSCH-Feinmahltechnik


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