What makes a mill ideal for laboratory work
April 4, 2016

Considering most material research anddevelopment is completed on a small scale, laboratory size milling equipment offersa unique advantage in testing new processes and materials with minimalfinancial investment. Development work can require many trials to find theproper mill configuration and operating parameters, so the technology selectedneeds to be suitable to provide;

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Ten top tips when selecting mixers for powder blending
March 21, 2016

Mixing or blending of powder ingredients is a very common industrialprocess practiced in many industries including chemicals, pharmaceuticals,plastics, minerals, metals and food. The choice of mixer is extensive and canbe confusing. These ten top tips may help in narrowing down the final choice.

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Hosokawa Announces a New Size Reduction Webinar in May
March 16, 2016

Summit, NJ - Hosokawa Micron Powder Systems recently announced that an educational webinar focusing on the company's top 5 milling technologies would be hosted on May 18th.

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Discover How Powder Flow Properties can Impact Product Quality
March 9, 2016

Learn how to increase production and improve efficiency by evaluatingthe flow properties of your materials with the Powder Characteristics Tester Model PT-X on Wednesday, March 9th at 2:00 PM.

•   History of dry powder analysis
•   Importance of understanding how your materials flow
•   11 Test functions of the PT-X
•   How to improve your process with flow data
•   Common test applications

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Hosokawa Joins the Space Race
March 4, 2016

Engineers at Hosokawa have literally taken their latest glove-box developments into another dimension as a result of the company’s recent collaboration with the European Space Agency. Working closely with scientists and engineers at the Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Hosokawa has developed a pilot plant habitat (Pilot Plant Compartment V) in the form of a high containment glove-box and gas loop system.

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