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How to tame recalcitrant ingredients withtechnological processes Plant-based functional ingredients behave differently than manufacturers of nutraceuticals and cosmetic products would like. Double microencapsulation can help them to overcome bioavailability and solubility challenges
How to tame recalcitrant ingredients withtechnological processes
Plant-based functional ingredients behave differently than manufacturers of nutraceuticals and cosmetic products would like. Double microencapsulation can help them to overcome bioavailability and solubility challenges Plant-based functional ingredients behave differently than manufacturers of nutraceuticals and cosmetic products would like. Innovative processes such as double microencapsulation can help them to overcome bioavailability and solubility challenges. Among the currently trending functional ingredients, interest in natural sources such as turmeric and its polyphenol, curcumin, has been increasing for years. The spice is not only in demand in the culinary world, but has also found great promise in both consumer and scientific applications.1 Hewlings and Kalman reported that the reason for this is because of the medicinal properties of this rhizomatous perennial plant (Curcuma longa) from the ginger family, which have been known for thousands of years.2 In Asian countries, turmeric has traditionally been used as a medicinal plant for its antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antimutagenic, antimicrobial and anticancer properties.3–5 This sought-after ingredient is not only
09.04.2024  |  222x  |  Specialist article  |   | 
Plant safety from the operator’s point of view For the safe operation of process plants, plant engineers can do more than their duty
Plant safety from the operator’s point of view
For the safe operation of process plants, plant engineers can do more than their duty Plant operators in bulk solids processing industries benefit when plant engineers like Glatt Ingenieurtechnik not only develop and build the plants, but also operate them themselves. Contract manufacturing for customers trains the eye for the requirements, duties and challenges of the operator side. Product safety, fire and explosion protection, plant and operator safety as well as environmental aspects are automatically more clearly in focus. Based on its own practical experience, Glatt is far more committed to safety aspects than required by law. (Article in German language) authors: Frank Ohlendorf, Head of Business Support; Gerald Beck, Senior Project Manager; Sören Albers, Head of Contract Manufacturing; Glatt Ingenieurtechnik, Bereich Process Technology Food, Feed & Fine Chemicals originally published in the magazine CITplus, issue 9/2023, Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA
27.10.2023  |  1527x  |  Press release  | 
Exploring new ways to produce cosmetic pigments Interview with Merck and Glatt about the cooperation and the project
Exploring new ways to produce cosmetic pigments
Interview with Merck and Glatt about the cooperation and the project Using completely new technology, pigment specialists at Merck and Glatt Ingenieurtechnik’s technology and production experts have worked closely together to produce an innovative range of cosmetic pigments. The Darmstadt-based Merck Group placed an order for the development and construction of a plant based on chemical vapour deposition (CVD) after successful joint trials at Glatt’s location in Weimar. We interview the partner companies about the cooperation and the project. EuroCosmetics: How did the cooperation between Merck and Glatt Ingenieurtechnik (GIT) to produce Ronaflux® pigments come about? Dr Katarzyna Sztuka: Merck and Glatt have had a successful partnership for many years. For example, Glatt manufactures equipment for Merck’s Healthcare and Life Science divisions. Producing Ronaflux® pigments, which are cosmetic products, requires a special quality and purity standard. This infrastructure was already in place at Glatt or could be expanded quickly
27.10.2023  |  2408x  |  Specialist article  | 
Drying liquids – Best technology for nutraceuticals The desired end product properties can make a difference when choosing between spray drying or spray granulation
Drying liquids – Best technology for nutraceuticals
The desired end product properties can make a difference when choosing between spray drying or spray granulation Both spray drying and fluid bed spray granulation can be used to convert liquid products into bulk materials. The most effective process will often be dictated by the desired properties of the final particles and the specific application. Glatt Ingenieurtechnik has a thorough understanding of both techniques and has a long history of designing fluid bed systems that are tailored to individual customer products. Drying solids-laden liquids is frequently used in industry to convert products into a more manageable form and enable their storage at ambient temperatures. The resulting bulk materials are not only more stable than the liquid raw materials, they also have lower weights and smaller volumes, significantly reducing transportation and storage costs as well as any handling issues. To dry liquids as quickly as possible, spraying them into a hot air stream (spray drying) is very effective. It has been used for decades to quickly and cost-efficiently dry large-volume
04.08.2023  |  2402x  |  Specialist article  |   | 
Glatt joins forces with Merck for cosmetic pigment production A completely new type of production plant for special effect pigments was officially commissioned at the Glatt Technology Centre.
Glatt joins forces with Merck for cosmetic pigment production
A completely new type of production plant for special effect pigments was officially commissioned at the Glatt Technology Centre. On 30 June 2023, a completely new type of production plant for special effect pigments was officially commissioned at the Glatt Technology Centre. The Dryflux technology is suitable for numerous powder applications. Weimar, June 2023 The pigment specialists at Merck and the technology and production experts at Glatt Ingenieurtechnik have worked closely together to produce an innovative range of cosmetic pigments using completely new technology. The Darmstadt-based Merck Group placed the order for the development and construction of a plant based on chemical vapour deposition (CVD) after successful joint trials at Glatt’s highly suitable location in Weimar. Since September 2022, the patent-pending Ronaflux® pigments have been produced by Glatt in Weimar for the Darmstadt-based science and technology company Merck. Glatt was commissioned by Merck to develop the plant technology and install the complete production facility, which is owned by Merck. Glatt then
06.07.2023  |  2602x  |  Product news  | 
How to Tame Recalcitrant Ingredients like Curcumin  Innovative processes such as double microencapsulation can help them to overcome bioavailability and solubility challenges.
How to Tame Recalcitrant Ingredients like Curcumin
Innovative processes such as double microencapsulation can help them to overcome bioavailability and solubility challenges. Plant-based functional ingredients behave differently than manufacturers of nutraceuticals and cosmetic products would like. Innovative processes such as double microencapsulation can help them to overcome bioavailability and solubility challenges. Among the currently trending functional ingredients, interest in natural sources such as turmeric and its polyphenol, curcumin, has been increasing for years. The spice is not only in demand in the culinary world, but has also found great promise in both consumer and scientific applications.*1 Hewlings and Kalman reported that the reason for this is because of the medicinal properties of this rhizomatous perennial plant (Curcuma longa) from the ginger family, which have been known for thousands of years.*2 In Asian countries, turmeric has traditionally been used as a medicinal plant for its antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antimutagenic, antimicrobial and anticancer properties.*3–*5 This sought-after ingredient is not
08.06.2023  |  2810x  |  Product news  |   | 
Drying liquids: Selecting the best technology for nutraceuticals The desired end product properties can make a difference when choosing between spray drying or spray granulation
Drying liquids: Selecting the best technology for nutraceuticals
The desired end product properties can make a difference when choosing between spray drying or spray granulation Both spray drying and fluid bed spray granulation can be used to convert liquid products into bulk materials. The most effective process will often be dictated by the desired properties of the final particles and the specific application. Glatt Ingenieurtechnik has a thorough understanding of both techniques and has a long history of designing fluid bed systems that are tailored to individual customer products. Drying solids-laden liquids is frequently used in industry to convert products into a more manageable form and enable their storage at ambient temperatures. The resulting bulk materials are not only more stable than the liquid raw materials, they also have lower weights and smaller volumes, significantly reducing transportation and storage costs as well as any handling issues. To dry liquids as quickly as possible, spraying them into a hot air stream (spray drying) is very effective. It has been used for decades to quickly and cost-efficiently dry large-volume
02.03.2023  |  1620x  |  Product description  | 
Customized product design of battery materials  Cathode and anode materials as well as solid oxide electrolytes for increased capacity and stability through Glatt powder synthesis and fluidized bed technology
Customized product design of battery materials
Cathode and anode materials as well as solid oxide electrolytes for increased capacity and stability through Glatt powder synthesis and fluidized bed technology Shape the energy revolution with your innovative battery materials More capacity and stability through synthesis of LMNO powders, silicon-carbon composites as anode materials, coated cathode materials for electrolyte protection, LLZO materials for solid oxide electrolytes, and others Optimization to dust-free, free-flowing, homogeneous granules. Particle sizes: Nano to macro. Designing customized anode and cathode materials and solid electrolytes by Glatt powder synthesis Do you want to advance battery technology with new or improved raw materials? Commercial raw materials do not meet your expectations in terms of capacity and long-term stability? Or do you have a promising material approach that only works on a laboratory scale? Glatt powder synthesis is a versatile tool for the development and industrial production of innovative battery materials. The high flexibility of this technology and the special conditions in the pulsating hot gas stream let
02.02.2023  |  2762x  |  Product description  |   | 
Course fluid beds: fluidization, granulation/coating and drying Meet the Glatt experts in a course about Fluidized Bed Technology, from May 18 - 20 2022 in Phoenix Copenhagen. Part of the Seydlitz Engineering Courses
Course fluid beds: fluidization, granulation/coating and drying
Meet the Glatt experts in a course about Fluidized Bed Technology, from May 18 - 20 2022 in Phoenix Copenhagen. Part of the Seydlitz Engineering Courses Fluid bed equipment design Do you want to learn more about fluid bed equipment design and what options it allows in terms of dust removal and material recycling, feed and product discharge, or residence time and residence time distribution? Lecture on fluid bed design and operation In his lecture on ”Fluid bed granulation/coating - equipment design and operations”, Didier Schons, Glatt Ingenieurtechnik, will explain these topics, presenting the differences between batchwise and continuous operation, as well as various aspects for particle and product flow. You will learn more about open and closed process gas systems as well as about the premises for the use of multi-purpose plants. The explanations will be illustrated by means of selected case studies. Seydlitz Engineering Courses May 18 - 20 2022 / Phoenix Copenhagen More information on the full event of the Seydlitz Engineering Courses can be found through the link under ’More information’. Outcome Through
10.05.2022  |  2413x  |  Product news  |   | 
Outsourcing the production – Trust in competent partners How the Glatt Group implements contract manufacturing with expertise and innovative solutions
Outsourcing the production – Trust in competent partners
How the Glatt Group implements contract manufacturing with expertise and innovative solutions There are many reasons for outsourcing production - minimizing one’s own risks or a lack of expertise in alternative technologies are just two of them. But what to look for when looking for a contract manufacturing partner? Experience and special expertise in various industries form the basis, while a spirit of innovation and a wealth of ideas are factors for sustainable success. This is precisely the combination that customers find at Glatt Group. Contract manufacturing must meet very different requirements. There are companies that permanently outsource their production and permanently call off large quantities. Others need flexible production slots to compensate for highly fluctuating volume requirements. And often a mature product idea exists, but the innovators do not have the appropriate technology. A wide variety of tasks are the order of the day for manufacturing and refining solid product formulations, from nano disperse powders for high-tech applications
03.02.2022  |  3436x  |  Product description  |   | 
Growing the German phosphate industry Jan Kirchhof, Glatt Ingenieurtechnik GmbH, Germany, reports on a laboratory experiment with phosphorus fertilizers and two current projects.
Growing the German phosphate industry
Jan Kirchhof, Glatt Ingenieurtechnik GmbH, Germany, reports on a laboratory experiment with phosphorus fertilizers and two current projects. » originally published in the trade magazine ‘World Fertilizer’, issue 11/2021, Palladian Publications Ltd. In the March 2019 issue of World Fertilizer, Glatt discussed the ‘PHOS4green’ process for the production of ready-to-use fertilizer from phosphorus-containing sewage sludge ash. This technique was designed to meet the legal phosphorus recovery requirements stated in the ‘German Fertilizer Ordinance’ (DüV), which will apply from 2029 onwards, and the ‘Sewage Sludge Ordinance’ (AbfKlärV) of 2017. As a result of this legislation, an increasing number of public sector, industry, research and political players are joining forces to jointly invest in and develop new phosphorus recovery strategies. In mid-June 2020, the European Commission also reviewed the ‘Sewage Sludge Directive’ (86/278/EEC).[1] Three stakeholder organisations, including the European Phosphorus Platform (ESPP), the German Phosphorus Platform (DPP) and the Dutch Nutrient
10.01.2022  |  1662x  |  Specialist article  |   | 
Phosphorus Recovery on an Industrial Scale  Closing the Loop: Phosphate fertilizer from sewage sludge ash. Glatt’s PHOS4green technology provides an economically and ecologically viable solution suitable for closing the phosphorus cycle.
Phosphorus Recovery on an Industrial Scale
Closing the Loop: Phosphate fertilizer from sewage sludge ash. Glatt’s PHOS4green technology provides an economically and ecologically viable solution suitable for closing the phosphorus cycle. Ash-based recycling processes are among the most promising and economically attractive options when it comes to implementing the legally stipulated phosphorus recovery. The first fertilizers produced using the PHOS4green process have been available on the German market since June. The technology, which breaks down the phosphorus contained in sewage sludge ash and makes it reavailable in marketable end products, was developed by plant engineering and process expert Glatt Ingenieurtechnik in cooperation with fertilizer specialist Seraplant. (Article in German language) » Author: Jan Kirchhof, Senior Sales Manager Process & Plant Engineering, Glatt Ingenieurtechnik GmbH » originally published in the magazine ‘Verfahrenstechnik’, issue November/2021, Vereinigte Fachverlage
02.12.2021  |  2686x  |  Product description  |   | 
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