Laboratory jet mill
Manufacturing small quantities of high-value products requires efficient machines that can process these products with minimum loss. In case of milling sticky powder products, caking can cause a massive loss in product yield. Using equipment designed to limit caking of sticky powders maximizes production yield and minimizes product waste.
Milling powder by process gas stream for laboratory applications
The MC DecJet 50 from Dec, is a powder micronization system designed to handle powder quantities ranging from 35 grams to 200 grams/ hour. It is an ideal unit for clinical trials and scale-ups. The process begins with the powder going into an inlet that leads to the chamber with a pressurized process gas stream. The gas stream throws the larger particles to the outer edge of the chamber, where they collide with other particles and break up into smaller sizes. As the particles get smaller, they move to the center of the chamber and pass through a classifier going to the cyclone where a filter separates the gas stream and micronized powder. The unit is easy to clean and assemble and it is constructed of high-grade materials such as AISI 316L stainless steel or Hastelloy.
- Very low production loss
- Made of high-grade materials (AISI 316L stainless steel or Hastelloy)
- Easy to assemble and disassemble (no screws used to assemble)
- Easy scale up by maintaining the same PSD (Particle Size Distribution)
- CIP and SIP systems