Tag Archive for: spray drying

Meet the Glatt Experts @ 13. Schüttgut-Forum 2019 ● 19-20 November ● Würzburg, Germany

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 this works.

Meet the Glatt Experts @ SEPAWA Congress ● Stand C529 ● October 23-25, 2019 ● Berlin ● Germany

Dipl.-Ing. Katja Oppermann, Glatt Ingenieurtechnik, Weimar, will give a lecture on “Process options of fluid bed technology for value-adding product forms” at the SEPAWA Congress round about the detergents/cleansers, cosmetics and fragrance industry in Europe.

Meet the Glatt Experts @ ProPack India 2019 ● Booth P1 ● 22-24 October ● Mumbai ● India

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.

Meet the Glatt Experts @ NutriForm Business Days 2019 ● 11-12 September ● Saint Raphaël (Var), France

Particle design and drying in just one process step using fluidized bed technology. Perfect determination of particle properties, functionalization and protection of active, volatile and sensitive substances. Listen to the lecture on ‘Functionalization of food supplements’.

Meet the Glatt Experts @ EuroDrying’ 2019 ● 10-12 July ● Turin, Italy

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”.

Particles in an onion look – Drying of liquids by fluid bed spray granulation

Particles in an onion look – drying of liquids by fluid bed spray granulation. If liquid starting products are to be converted into bulk materials, both the spray drying and fluid bed spray granulation processes are used. The choice of technology depends on which particle properties need to be set to enable specific applications. (German article)