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Spray drying the precision particle under the virtual magnifying glass


Spray drying is a common manufacturing process, used in the production of ceramic granulate for technical components or dental prostheses as well as dissolvable medicinal substances, food additives and in the processing of milk into powder. Using computer simulation methodology developed by ...


International Trade Fair for Mechanical Processing Technologies and Instrumentation

23 - 25 April 2013 at Exhibtion Centre Nuremberg


Process engineers from all over the world meet again at POWTECH in Nürnberg from 23–25 April 2013 to discuss technological innovations in size reduction, dosing, mixing, screening and granulation of powders and bulk solids. More than 700 exhibitors are expected. Visitors can not only look forward ...


GEA Process Engineering: Spray drying of nano particles allows safe industrial use


GEA Niro, a technology centre in GEA Process Engineering, has helped to solve the problem of how nanotechnology can be used industrially, taking into account health, safety and environmental protection. A team from the company has developed a method that makes it possible to bind suspended ...


Uhde: New Contract for a Fertiliser Complex in Abu Dhabi


Samsung Engineering Co., Ltd., Seoul has commissioned Uhde to provide extensive licensing, engineering and supply services within the scope of a large plant contract which Ruwais Fertilizer Industries (FERTIL) from Abu Dhabi has awarded the South Korean company. Samsung Engineering is designing ...


BASF opens applications laboratory for pharmaceutical industry in India


BASF has opened an applications laboratory for pharmaceutical excipients and active ingredients in Mumbai, India. The aim is to move even closer to customers in the key markets of the Asia-Pacific region. The new laboratory will allow BASF to meet the requirements of the pharmaceutical industry ...


Successful launch of CECA's Siliporite molecular sieve bead production at its Inowroclaw plant, Poland


CECA, Arkema's Specialty Chemicals business unit, announced that its new Inowroclaw plant, Poland, has begun industrial production of Siliporite® molecular sieve beads for the double glazing industry. According to the company, with an overall 30% increase in its molecular sieve granulation ...


CECA announces 30% granulation capacity increase of molecular sieves


Eager to follow the growth of its customers in the Eastern European double glazing industry, CECA, Arkema's Specialty Chemicals business unit, has announced a 30% increase in its molecular sieves (synthetic zeolithes) granulation capacity. This investment will be carried out at its Inowroclaw ...


Yara gives Uhde right to license urea technology


Yara has signed an agreement with Uhde Fertilizer Technology (UFT) giving UFT the exclusive license rights to Yara's well-established fluid bed urea granulation technology. Yara's urea granulation technology has been installed in more than 50 urea plants since it was launched in 1975. Licensing ...


Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Receives Fertilizer Plant Order from Oman


Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI), with support by Sojitz Corporation, has received an order from Sohar International Urea & Chemical Industries S.A.O.C. (SIUCI) to construct a fertilizer complex at Sohar. The contract will be officially signed soon. The order, in the amount of ...


Uhde wins third contract for a fertiliser plant in Egypt


The Cairo-based Egyptian company Helwan Fertilizer Company (HFC) has awarded Uhde GmbH of Dortmund, Germany, a contract to construct a turnkey fertiliser complex. The contract was signed on March 9, 2004, in Cairo and enters into effect today. Work on the major contract will begin immediately. ...


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