Deagglomeration

Separating of active ingredient particles and micro-fine distribution of liquids.

In many cases this results in undesirable agglomerates which have to be destroyed (deagglomerated) using shear dispersers or smizers (grinding-mixing). Examples of applications: For enhanced development of flavours, spices are separated, liquids distributed very finely, agglutinated materials are pulverised, lecithins are distributed in baking agents, and block grease and block lecithin are broken down.