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Liquid Nitrogen (N2) or Compressed Nitrogen Gas

Particle Size Reduction

Particle size reduction is an important part of chemical processing. Cryogenic grinding with liquid nitrogen is an effective means of obtaining 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.

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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.

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.

Equipment

Cryogenic grinding or milling system

We can provide full systems or component parts, including flow controls, control panels, cooling conveyors, and tunnel freezers. Systems can help you increase production rates, improve product quality, achieve finer particle size and more uniform particle distribution, facilitate difficult material separation and prevent explosion. Our cryogenic specialists can help you detemine which system is best for your operation based on your current system, the material your process, and your goals.

We can provide full systems or component parts, including flow controls, control panels, cooling conveyors, and tunnel freezers. Systems can help you increase production rates, improve product quality, achieve finer particle size and more uniform particle distribution, facilitate difficult material separation and prevent explosion. Our cryogenic specialists can help you detemine which system is best for your operation based on your current system, the material your process, and your goals.

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