Part 1 of this article will highlight a scientific study on the long-term bioavailability of the nutrients in different phosphorus fertilizers. Part 2 will provide a report on the first German production plant and present a research project in the Frankfurt Rhine-Main area. Jan Kirchhof, Glatt Ingenieurtechnik GmbH, Germany, reports on a laboratory experiment with phosphorus fertilizers and two current projects.
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Dr.-Ing. Viktor Drescher, Business Development and Product Manager Thermal Powder Synthesis, Glatt Ingenieurtechnik GmbH: “Plant concepts must be oriented to the customer, not the other way around”
Glatt, the plant manufacturer and process expert, accompanies users along the entire value chain – from the initial idea through feasibility studies and process development right through to the to the construction of the production facility. Novel plant concepts are are increasingly in demand. (Article in German language)
The first fertilizers produced using the PHOS4green process have been available on the German market since June. The technology, which breaks down the phosphorus contained in sewage sludge ash and makes it reavailable in marketable end products, was developed by plant engineering and process expert Glatt Ingenieurtechnik in cooperation with fertilizer specialist Seraplant.
Are you interested in efficient possibilities in product design with natural ingredients for sports nutrition, dietary supplements and beverage applications? Then you’ve come to the right place with the Glatt experts for process development and plant engineering. Visit us at the Food Ingredients Europe in Frankfurt at the booth 31K62. We will be happy to explain how you can optimize the product properties of your ingredients.
Check out the unique supply chain from the first product idea to an efficient production from one single source: Technology transfer, plant design and factory engineering for the development, enhancement and production of functional powders, granules and pellets. Meet the Glatt experts for particle design and plant engineering at the PCH Meetings from 24-25 November 2021 in Lyon, France.
Upgrade your products by enhancing particle properties and adding functionality. Drying and granule formation for your products and ingredients in only one process step. Meet the Glatt experts for particle design at Les Rendez-Vous Carnot 2021, 17. – 18. November, Cité – Centre des Congrès – Lyon – France and discuss your product ideas.
Plant-based functional ingredients behave differently than manufacturers of nutraceuticals and cosmetic products would like. Innovative processes such as double microencapsulation can help them to overcome bioavailability and solubility challenges.
Drying and granule formation for your ingredients in only one process step. Meet the Glatt experts at the Vitafoods in Geneva. 5 – 7 October 2021 at booth K230 to find innovative technologies to enhance your ingredients: better bioavailability, flowability and dust-free properties, improved solubility, tabletable agglomerates, functional coating, controlled release of active ingredients, drying of solvent-based products, microencapsulation of volatile and sensitive substances …
Meet the Glatt experts at Chemspec DIGITAL 2021 on September 29 – 30, 2021 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.
Glatt has expanded its range of services and capacities at the company’s Technology Centre in Weimar for trials and sample development. A new fluid bed granulator and coater for innovative solvent-based processes has recently become available. In addition to the capacity expansion, the existing plant can also now accommodate continuous spray granulation processes.