Equipment For Commercial Production

Reactor

STS Reactor

GL Reactor

Glass lined Reactors (GLR's) have a glass (enamel) coating on the product wetted surfaces to provide high levels of chemical resistance to said surfaces. The glass coating is sprayed then fused onto the surface of sub-straight material at high temperature.

Dryer

Rotary Dryer

The rotary dryer also known as tumbling dryer is an equipment employed to minimize the moisture content of feed materials by bringing it in direct contact with a heated gas.

Spry Dryer

Spray-drying mechanism is based on moisture elimination using for that a heated atmosphere to which the feed product is subjected. Then, the droplets are ejected into a drying gas chamber where the moisture vaporization occurs, resulting in the formation of dry particles.

Tray Dryer

A tray Dryer is an enclosed insulated chamber in which trays are placed on top of each other in trolleys. Tray Dryer are used where heating and drying are essential parts of manufacturing process in industries such as Chemicals, Dye stuff, Pharmaceutical, Food Products, Colours etc

Mill

Air Jet Mill

Air jet milling, or more correctly fluid energy milling, uses high velocity jets of gas to impart energy to particles for size reduction. Air jet mills have mainly been developed for producing fine particles of below 50 mm.

Pin Mill

Pin milling is a size-reduction technology often used as an auxiliary grinding mechanism in flour mills and analytical laboratories. Pin mills use metal disks fitted with pins to efficiently and quickly break up materials

Others

Nutsche Filters

Present day Nutsche Filters are constructed to perform a multitude of tasks including reaction, filtration, cake washing and thermal drying on a single unit. As such these are very sophisticated machines with tight process control on parameters such as pressure, temperature and pH.

Ultra filtration

Ultrafiltration (UF) is a water purification process in which water is forced through a semipermeable membrane. Suspended solids and high-molecular-weight solutes remain on one side of the membrane, the retentate side, while water and low-molecular-weight solutes filter through the membrane to the permeate side

Centrifuge

A centrifuge is used to separate particles suspended in a liquid according to particle size and density, viscosity of the medium, and rotor speed. Within a solution, gravitational force will cause particles of higher density than the solvent to sink, and those less dense than the solvent to float to the top.