Basics of Material Agglomeration Webinar – September 30

Continuous Material Agglomeration Technology-Hosokawa Webinar

Webinar: Continuous Material Agglomeration Technology

One of our long time suppliers Hosokawa Micron Powder Systems will be hosting an extremely useful online educational webinar focused on continuous material agglomeration technology. This event takes place online on September 30, 2015.

Examples of continuous agglomeration technology include the Schugi® Flexomix. This educational webinar will explain how devices like the Schugi® Flexomix can improve material characteristics.

Schugi® Flexomix

Schugi® Flexomix

Tips For Selecting Optimum Particle Size Enlargement Technology

When selecting the optimum particle size enlargement technology for a specific application, both the specifications of the feed material as well as the requirements for the final product need to be considered.

Agglomeration is a specific particle size enlargement process in which particles are “glued” together to increase its’ particle size.

Why would you want to increase particle size? Some reasons can be to:

  • Improve flowability
  • Dispersibility/Wettability
  • Density
  • Reducing dust or Product Appearance
  • Prevent segregation


Anyone Can Register For Free here.


What You’ll Learn at this Online Webinar

On Wednesday, September 30th at 2:00 PM Eastern Time, Hosokawa Micron Powder Systems will host an educational online webinar focusing continuous agglomeration technology such as the Schugi® Flexomix and how devices like it can improve material characteristics.

  • The principles agglomeration & wet granulation – how it works
  • Why agglomerate materials – benefits & problems
  • Technologies available for wet granulation
  • Factors and considerations in plan an agglomeration process
  • Applications and materials that improve with agglomeration

This free webinar program is designed for all process engineers in the Chemical, Food, Pharmaceutical, Mineral and Cosmetic industries.

The webinar will be approximately 30 minutes long and conclude with a question & answer forum.


Anyone Can Register For Free here.

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