mixer for the pharmaceutical industry / benchtop / compact / high-speed
Nobilta™

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Characteristics

  • Applications:

    for the pharmaceutical industry

  • Configuration:

    benchtop, compact

  • Other characteristics:

    high-speed, for powders

  • Speed:

    0 rpm (0 rad.min-1)

Description

The Nobilta™ is a multi-functional processing unit for high speed, precision, powder mixing, particle surface modification and shape enhancement. Particles are combined into composite materials in a dry process without the use of a binder by applying mechanical force.

Processing of a wide range of powders from nano to micron size
Compact design; high energy efficiency
Particle design and particle treatment in nano range
Ideal for processing heat sensitive, sticky and abrasive materials
Composing – Nano-scaled particles are permanently fused onto the surface of micron-scaled particles without binders, combining material properties of different particles into one particle to enhance chemical reaction, flowability, heat resistance, electric performance and solubility.

Precision Mix (Dispersion) – enabling distributive and dispersive mixing in one apparatus to improve colour, tone, reactivity, calcinations ability and mechanical intensity.

Shape enhancement (Sphericalization) – Improving round shape and reducing BET surface area for enhanced flowability and packing density.

Typically used for high value materials and products such as toner, pharmaceuticals and fine ceramics the Nobilta™ has become established as a recognised route for applications across a range of industries.

Typical Applications:

Energy Storage: Improve packing density and sintering ability for secondary batteries. Improve capability of fuel cells
Copy & Photos: Improved flowability of Toner; surface modification of carrier particles
Pigments: Improve colour tone by high dispersion