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Particle Size Reduction

Particle size reduction is an important part of pharmaceutical production. Cryogenic grinding with liquid nitrogen is an effective means of obtaining ultra-fine and uniform particle size, while improving product quality and stability as well as production rates. Cryogenic grinding systems combine high-performance fine grinding with cryogenic cooling, helping to provide an inert environment.

To put us on your bid list for nitrogen supply or speak with a specialist regarding your size reduction needs, contact us at the office nearest your location.

Other Applications

Product NameDescription/BenefitsDownloads
Gases

Nitrogen

Ultracold, inert nitrogen can help reduce heat produced in the grinding process, resulting in high-quality, very fine, uniformly sized particles. Gaseous nitrogen can be used for micronization applications. Available in medical grade

Ultracold, inert nitrogen can help reduce heat produced in the grinding process, resulting in high-quality, very fine, uniformly sized particles. Gaseous nitrogen can be used for micronization applications. Available in medical grade

Equipment

PolarFit® cryogenic grinding solutions

View our product website. There are many ways to make your cryogenic grinding/milling process more efficient. We can provide turnkey cryogenic grinding systems or components of the system to retrofit your existing process. Based on your current process, feed material and desired product goals, our cryogenic specialists can help you find and implement the optimal solution to grind more effectively and efficiently, particularly for heat sensitive or tough-to-mill materials.

View our product website. There are many ways to make your cryogenic grinding/milling process more efficient. We can provide turnkey cryogenic grinding systems or components of the system to retrofit your existing process. Based on your current process, feed material and desired product goals, our cryogenic specialists can help you find and implement the optimal solution to grind more effectively and efficiently, particularly for heat sensitive or tough-to-mill materials.

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