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Materials before and after cryogenic grinding
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Particle Size Reduction for Pharmaceuticals

A cost-effective way to achieve required particle sizes and production rates


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Jon Trembley
Jon Trembley

Technology Manager - Cryogenic Applications

What is Cryogenic Grinding?

Cryogenic grinding uses the extremely cold temperature of liquid nitrogen to embrittle materials before grinding them to deliver fine particles.

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