Agglomeration Webinar Attracts over 400 guests

Hosokawa’s “Basics of Material Agglomeration” Webinar attracted more then 400 guests to participate in the live broadcast on September 30th. Agglomeration is a specific particle size enlargement process in which particles are “glued” together to increase its’ particle size. Reasons to increase particle size can be to improve flowability, dispersibility/wettability, density, reducing dust or product appearance and to prevent segregation.

The webinar focused on:

  • The principles agglomeration & wet granulation – how it works
  • Why agglomerate materials – benefits & problems
  • Technologies available for wet granulation
  • Factors & considerations in planning an agglomeration process
  • Applications and materials that improve with agglomeration