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Malvern process solutions transform the efficiency of particulate processing operations across a diverse range of industrial sectors. The common factor is that timely, automated particle size analysis is the key to:
In order to engineer for individual needs, we work closely with our customers, providing the necessary support and expertise, as and when it’s needed. This ensures efficient and successful project implementation. We help optimize process solutions in collaborative projects and routinely work with specialist suppliers and trusted partners to produce the very best process analysis, automation and control. World leading companies including:
Together we deliver smart technology, engineered to deliver maximum return for the broadest range of particle sizing and process control applications.
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This article explains how a Parsum probe was used to monitor a granulation at three different scales to confirm that, in each case, the granules produced were the same size, and more importantly produced tablets of identical quality as quantified by ...
Large amounts of testing is being performed to optimise the efficiency of oil / water separators in diesel engines. The filters remove any solid components (rust, paint chips) that may cause wear on the engine as well as undissolved water (that will ...
Zeta potential or particle charge is the driving force responsible for the stability and flocculation of particles in a water treatment plant. Neutralization of this charge by oppositely charged coagulants is key for formation of stable, easily filte...
Particle size distribution is one of the key parameters in pharmaceutical powder processing.
Granulation – a common method for improving powder flow properties and reducing segregation is often not easy to develop, scale-up and control.
In this article we take a look at how, from the starting point of an appropriate wet sensor, laser diffraction systems can be engineered to deliver to the needs of different process applications. A case study involving the control of an emulsificatio...
In-line PSA streamlines fuel filter testing (ISO16332)
(September 16 2015)
We can switch between different product grades around three to nine times faster than when we only had offline Blaine measurements for plant control. This has had a major impact on plant throughput. Here we have found the Insitec essential for the production of high quality products.
Mr Thomas Schuster
The Insitec systems are a trusted and integral part of our plant. Our view is that real-time data is invaluable when it comes to producing slag cements with comparable performance to conventional products.
Insitec is extremely reliable and enables us to provide milling plant for both wet and dry processing that efficiently meets customer goals for premium product quality and low energy consumption.
Insitec brings value in three areas. It allows us to quantify differences in grindability, supports the development of an effective processing solution and improves the efficiency of our toll manufacturing, which is often a precursor to customer investment.
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