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Verfahren und Prozesse im Pulsationsreaktor

Methods and processes performed

We can perform the following methods and processes for you with the pulsation reactor technology:

Drying
Our pulsation reactor is also suitable for drying suspensions and dispersible solids due to its enormous flexibility and the wide range of parameter settings possible. This enables us to attain significantly shorter drying times.

Calzinating
The transport of the inputs and products using the pulsating hot gas stream leads to very short material treatment times (flash calcination). Due to the high heating and cooling rates, we can also produce very special product properties, for example catalysts, high performance ceramics, battery materials or UV blockers. Currently the maximum temperatures in the reactor reach 1,300 °C. An expansion to enable higher temperatures is planned to permit high temperature treatment (e.g. for ceramic inputs). In multi-stage manufacturing processes, suspensions can be dried and calcinated as an intermediate product in one step.

Coating
High priced reactants can be used very sparingly and thus economically in our pulsation reactor with the same effect. The technology enables homogeneous spreading of the coating on the medium. Therefore improvement of special material properties is possible using the pulsation reactor technology.

Manufacture of homogeneous mixed oxides
A wide variety of inputs can be treated in the pulsation reactor. The evenly mixed application and application spray in the plant guarantees homogeneous, customer-specific, material compositions can be achieved. That makes it possible to manufacture mixed oxides with the same certainty and success even for complicated dosing.

Materials synthesis from the gas phase
Special and unique material properties often are only attained through very small structures. Therefore our technology relies on particle formation in the gas phase, i.e. vaporising solid or liquid inputs. The high heating and cooling rates and the very short dwell times in the pulsation reactor support the extraordinary manufacture of:

  • Sub-micro particles without sintering (avoiding aggregate formation)
  • Coating with sub-micro particle properties (separation of fine grain particles on the surface of the particle medium)

Whether catalysts, ceramics or transparent materials - the particle properties modified in the pulsation reactor are a decisive advantage for many materials.