Micronising • Mixing • Drying
especially of crystalline materials like minerals, pigments, carbon, paint, sulphur, sugar as well as fibrous materials such as cellulose and its various derivates, biomasses, bran and husk of various cereals, saw dust and others are micronised down to the micron range. To obtain a narrow particle size distribution the TurboRotor is combined with a dynamic classifier.
Grinding of heat sensitive products
Such as various plastic materials, thermoplastics as well as duroplastics, flexible synthetic and natural rubbers, caoutchouc, waxes, stearates, soaps, sticky materials, agro products and those with a high fat content, materials with a softening or melting point just slightly above the ambient temperature, food products, such as extruded materials, cereals, starch and protein-derivates, germs fibres, bran, defatted cacao beans, herbs, spices and others for the pharmaceutic and cosmetic industries.
Simultaneous grinding and drying
Of mechanically or thermally concentrated suspensions or slurries or in form of filter cake or in a crumb form or products from extruders. The TurboRotor is able to treat those wet feed materials with a very high thermal yield. Due to the very short residence time of the product in the system, the product does not suffer from quality. Some of our installations are in operation as a dryer only. Most food products (cereals, starch, proteins – both from plants and animals), spices, sea weeds, dairy products, paint and pigments, as well as a wide range of waste products are turned into higher value products.
Simultaneous grinding and spray drying
Mainly in food-, mineral-, in pigment- and chemical industries a wide range of products made available in liquid form. It has been proven since a few years, that the TurboRotor grinding spray drying process needs much less investment, less space and is operated with a much higher thermal yield than any type of spray-drier. The TurboRotor grinding spray drying system is a process to produce a final dry powder free of agglomerates.
of composite materials consisting of metal and/or paper and/or plastics, such as wrapping materials, aluminium-plastic foils, printed circuits, electronic waste and thin copper cables. These materials are treated in a way, that the metal fraction is converted into more or less tiny balls, whilst the other fractions are made available in form of flakes with view to separate them downstream from each other.
Grinding, Mixing or Coating
of different components in food-, cosmetic- and pharmaceutical industries. Grinding and simultaneous drying and/or
coating of minerals or food or animal feed materials with waxes, stearates, hydrated fats or stabilizers.