Speeding up continuous mixing agglomeration with fast agitation and short residence times
Do you need to agglomerate a chemical, food, pharmaceutical, or mineral product at high speeds? A mixing agglomerator that uses high-speed mechanical agitation and short residence times can make your product more marketable by improving particle properties. After providing general information about agglomeration, this article describes benefits and operation of the high-speed mechanical agglomerator and how to control final product qualities by adjusting the unit's operation. Final sections discuss performance tests and how to configure your agglomeration system.
Agglomeration is becoming a common processing step in chemical, food, pharmaceutical, and mineral industries because it provides several benefits important to product performance and market appeal. These benefits result from controlling certain product properties.