The definitive guide to choosing the milling equipment
Total Read Time: 50 mins
Learn more about powder milling and particle sizing to understand why milling matters.
Trusted partners of the world’s top pharmaceutical, chemical and food ingredient processing manufacturers for a combined total of more than 120 years, we caught up with Xavier Leroy, Director of Sales, Milling & Key Accounts, EMEA for IDEX Material Processing Technologies to ask: “Why Does Milling Matter?”
Read the article to learn more about particle size reduction and particle distribution.
Milling best practice and advice from Quadro's Engineering Experts.
Jim Graham, Quadro's Sales Manager for Milling in the Americas region offers best practice advice for pharmaceutical, chemical, nutraceutical and food ingredient manufacturers on selecting the right milling and particle size reduction equipment.
Let Product Manager for MPT Pharma Processing, Wilf Sangüesa walk you through the key facts for milling.
With over 120 years of experience of providing milling equipment to a range of industries, the Quadro team are well placed to deliver best practice advice.
Read our #millingmatters Meet the Team blog to benefit from the vast application experience of Wilf Sangüesa, Quadro Product Manager for IDEX MPT. He walks through the history of delivering effective milling technologies and solids processing.
Our powder milling experts apply their collective experiences to ensure that our customers increase productivity and improve production versatility across a wide array of dry milling and wet conditioning applications.
In fact, our vast experience of milling and delumping is just one of the valued benefits our customers receive to ensure they improve production capabilities.
Start your journey towards effective milling and particle sizing and discover the full Quadro product range.
Benefit from over 40 years of experience of milling and particle sizing for pharmaceutical applications.
This blog will explore why wet mass conditioning can be advantageous in Pharma OSD manufacturing.
Solve the pain point of over-heated materials with a Quadro screen
When milling heat sensitive products, it can be difficult to stay within the strict temperature parameters, especially for heat-sensitive materials, when you have high output ambitions.
To increase output with efficient milling practices, your need to ensure you find the optimum balance between milling size reduction and heat generation. An increase in temperature can lead to product degradation, reduced ingredient effectiveness, and in extreme cases waste. To learn more about milling with heat-sensitive materials please read our application bulletin.
Discover how Cone Milling (or Conical Milling) can become an effective method of milling for pharmaceutical drug manufacturing.
Using our vast experience to further our application and design knowledge, we have continued to serve the milling industry with effective and efficient solutions. Thanks to its revolutionary design, the Comil was a first of its kind when it was launched, and has since developed into the best processing standard adopted by the world’s leading pharmaceutical manufacturers.
Read the blog to learn more about the Comil, conical milling, and the typical application uses. You’ll also discover efficient methods to improve cleanability, scalability and safe product handling.
Pharmaceutical manufacturers cannot afford to waste product ingredients that have become contaminated from dirty equipment, or worse have their factory shutdown for cleaning failures. Read our article on cleaning process development and methodology to develop your best practice and select the relevant equipment for your process.
To achieve this, most deploy some method of size reduction to process their dried powders into a specific form ready for downstream equipment. The reason for this is to create a powder product that is flowable, free from agglomerations and with the correct particle size distribution.
Learn from the powder handling and milling experts to improve your food processing requirements.
This often requires adding in new, colorful, or uniquely flavored decorative toppings or inclusions within the recipe, which typically means handling irregularly shaped ingredients that are often heat-sensitive.