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Process Engineering

Dedusting of metal powders for additive manufacturing processes

Highest finenesses with maximum throughputs

One application for the Netzsch CFS/HD-S high-efficiency fine classifier is dedusting metal powder for additive manufacturing – also known as 3D printing. The machine was especially developed for ultra-fine, sharp separation. The optimised classifier wheel geometry produces the finest......

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Container mixer reduces cleaning times by up to 80 %

Cleaning made easier

The cost for cleaning containers used in the production of additives and dye mixtures can be quite substantial. Some cleaning programmes, e. g. for a......

Quality upgrading made easy

Variable filter housings for bags and candles

Two examples – a newly designed component cleaning system and existing process filtration – show how housings and filter bags can render conversion......

A mill for temperature-sensitive products

Keeping a cool head

Uncontrolled heat generation often results in unwanted properties when milling temperature-sensitive products. Product temperatures must therefore be......

Defies even strong acids

Plate heat exchanger made from silicon carbide

Plate heat exchangers constitute a highly efficient solution for heat transfer. Especially for use in corrosive applications, they combine design advantages......

Lanxess invests in water treatment technology

Ion exchange resins and membranes in demand

Water treatment plants continue to be in demand. In line with this trend, Lanxess has in recent years invested in plants that produce ion exchange resins and......

Bead mill produces nanoparticles

The future is nano

Known substances that are milled into nanoparticles take on new properties. Active ingredients increase their potency, thus allowing better drug formulation......


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