When using rewet agglomeration to agglomerate powders, microbiological pathogens can become an issue. That’s because rewet agglomeration reintroduces water into the fluid bed and processes those powders at temperatures favorable to microbiological growth. These eight tips can help you avoid such contamination problems.
Agglomeration Advisor: Eight tips for controlling bacteria levels in rewet agglomerated powders
Columnist Eric Matovich offers tips on ways to control pathogenic bacteria when rewet agglomerating powders for high-care markets.