Generate added value through granulation and composite forming by spray drying
In advanced materials research, spray drying on a table-top instrument is a common technique used for granulation and to form composite materials. The Mini Spray Dryer B-290 is a proven, reliable solution to process water- and solvent based solutions and suspensions into powders with exceptional properties.
Application possibilities of spray dried granules
Transparent ceramics after pressing, calcination and vacuum sintering
Bone and tooth implants after uniaxial compression and sintering
Coatings after thermal deposition on surfaces
Composite forming by Spray Drying
- Introduce new, desired properties to a material
- Reduce undesired properties of a material
Composite forming by spray drying refers to a process which results in granules made up of more than one constituent. The composite forming process is used to gain materials with improved properties.
Application possibilities of spray dried composite granules
Anode and cathode materials in lithium-ion battery applications
Highly porous particles after sintering and calcination
Grinding media and cutting tools after pressing and sintering
For more detailed information about composite forming by spray drying, granulation and its potential applications please download the Best@BUCHI No.69 on advanced materials.