PowderPro AB provides equipment for Freeze Granulation in two versions, LS-2 (see photo) and LS-6. The maximum granulation capacity of LS-2 is 2 litres slurry per hour and for LS-6 6 litres slurry per hours that typically correspond to ca 2 and 6 kg dry powder respectively. LS-2 and LS-6 consists of a slip container… Continue reading Technical specification lab-scale freeze granulator (LS-2)
Continuous granulation of powders and chemicals by Freeze Granulation. At PowderPro we are currently developing a new production granulator for continous granulation of powders and chemicals with a capacity of 50-100 kg/shift. — Please contact us and we will further discuss the opportunities with Freeze Granulation on your powder system and read more on technology and… Continue reading Continuous granulation of powders and chemicals
If you would like to make a test-granulation, please download and fill in our Questionnaire for test of freeze granulation and email it to us and contact us if you have any questions. Please contact us and we will further discuss the opportunities with Freeze Granulation on your powder system and read more on technology and we propose… Continue reading Questionnaire for test of freeze granulation
By applying Freeze Granulation on your agglomerated nanoparticles or submicron powders you will be able to deagglomerate them forming a homogeneous well-dispersed particles or mixture of particles. Please contact us and we will further discuss the opportunities with Freeze Granulation on your powder system and read more on technology and we propose a Granulation Test of your powder… Continue reading Deagglomeration of nanoparticles and other submicron powders
Yes, with Freeze Granulation it’s possible to make spherical, homogeneous and dust-free granules with optimal flowability which is critical for automatic uniaxial pressing of for ex ceramics and metal powders. You can expect spherical and homogenous granules of powders in terms of distribution of particle size and other possible additives you want to use. The granules… Continue reading Can you make spherical granules?
What is the difference between spray drying and Freeze Granulation? For more info, please go to our Pros & Cons. The best way to find out if Freeze Granulation is suitable for your material is to let us do a test granulation. Freeze Granulation will be more expensive than spray drying as it is a… Continue reading Spray drying compared with Freeze Granulation
By using the most suitable dispersing and binder system in combination with Freeze Granulation, you will be able to avoid aggregates or agglomerates in your granules and in the final component. Please contact us and we will further discuss the opportunities with Freeze Granulation on your powder system and read more on technology and we propose… Continue reading How to avoid agglomeration of nanoparticles or powders?
If you would like to test-granulate your powders or chemicals using Freeze Granulation, please contact us for details. You send your material and binders to us, we make the test-granulation using freeze granulation and then send the granulated material (granulaes) back to you for your evaluation and testing. Freeze granulation is considered to be a natural tool in most… Continue reading Interested in test-granulation of your material?