Granulation of powders
- the modification of the collective state of a powder, generally by agglomeration under the effect of a binder (wet granulation), in order to improve the processability of the material, to reduce the presence of fines or to modify the reactivity of the powder to its environment.
- The formation of granules from a raw material in powder or not, by compression in suitable thermomechanical processes (extruder, roller)
Adjusting a powder granulation process, a subtle approach
The adjustment of a granulation process is completely empirical, relying essentially on the know-how of the operators. Unfortunately, the operation is most often particularly tedious, consuming large quantities of materials for trial and error without guarantee of success.
RHEONIS' innovative approaches to instrumented micro-pilot offer a scientific alternative with high added value, economical and fast to study and identify the appropriate granulation conditions and parameters.
Supporting your granulation challenges
RHEONIS has developed unique instrumental and modeling methods to support you in your granulation challenges:
Investigate instrumentally the influence of the choice of binder on the wet granulation process
Qualify the gains in processability of your powders
Study the mechanical conditions of granulation and determine the optimal conditions
Optimize the formulation and understand the contributions of the different factors on process behavior
Bring you our expertise in support of your operational procedures
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Last Updated on March 23, 2023 by Vincent Billot