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Dynamic Technologies Powder Testing Developments

| Editor: Ahlam Rais

Freeman Technology will be exhibiting at Powtech in Nuremberg, Germany. Now part of the Micromeritics Instrument Corporation, the company will be showcasing their material characterisation solutions designed to optimise process performance, increase productivity and improve quality in a diverse range of sectors.

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The Freeman Technology portfolio includes the FT4 Powder Rheometer, a unique and comprehensive powder tester
The Freeman Technology portfolio includes the FT4 Powder Rheometer, a unique and comprehensive powder tester
(Source: Freeman Technology)

The Freeman Technology portfolio includes the FT4 Powder Rheometer, a unique and comprehensive powder tester, which employs patented dynamic methodologies, automated shear cells (in accordance with ASTM D7891) and a series of bulk property tests to quantify powder behaviour in terms of flow and processability. This is complemented by the Uniaxial Powder Tester, which provides accurate and repeatable measurements of the uniaxial unconfined yield strength of powders to assess and rank flowability, opines the firm. The company also offers in-line, real-time flow measurement capabilities via an exclusive partnership with Lenterra, manufacturers of optical flow sensor technology.

There will also be an opportunity to hear about the recent research via the following presentations at the co-located conference, Partec:

• In-Line Measurement of Mixed State Systems using a Drag Force Flow Sensor

• Assessing the Influence of Elevated Temperature on the Flowability of Powders

• Understanding and Measuring Triboelectric Behaviour of Powders

• The Application of Powder Rheology to Assess Fluid Catalytic Cracking (FCC) Performance

• Magnetically Assisted Impaction Coatin for Blending Optimising

Visitors to the Freeman Technology stand will be able meet with the company’s team of experts to discuss this research in more detail, as well as witness innovative developments in order to study the effect of elevated temperature on powder behaviour.

Freeman Technology

Hall 4 / Booth 547

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