Nano-sizing By Wet Or Dry Grinding Shown By Custom Processing At PTXi 2010

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Nano-sizing via wet or dry grinding will be demonstrated by Custom Processing Services at the PTXi (Process Technology for Industry) International Conference and Exposition at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, IL (Booth 1260) from May 4–6, 2010. CPS will display two mills from Netzsch: a sub-micron particle producing mini-zeta wet media mill and a CGS-16 fluidized bed jet mill, which, when operated with steam, can also produce nano-particles. Coarse grinding technologies will also be displayed. CPS technical staff will be available to discuss the advantages of each processing method and its applications in a variety of industries. Contract manufacturing professionals as well as equipment sales representatives will be available to advise individual customers.

Custom Processing Services is a contract manufacturer/toll processor offering micronizing, ultra-fine grinding, blending, surface treating, heat treating and customized packaging for materials such as chemicals, pharmaceutical excipients, waxes, minerals and functional fillers. Clients send their materials to Custom Processing Service’s facilities, where they are processed and shipped back to the client or directly to the end-user. CPS is SAI-Global registered to the ISO 9001 Standard, indicating that the firm’s management system meets the requirements of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). Custom Processing Services is FDA Registered and has been approved by the Orthodox Union for kosher processing. The company is a member of the American Society for Quality (ASQ). Media milling provided by Custom Processing Services utilizes nanotechnology to achieve sub-micron particle sizes. Laboratory analysis of particle size and BET-specific surface area is also performed by Custom Processing Services. Coarse grinding, pulverizing, and flash drying of minerals and recyclables such as brick is also performed in quantities from R&D scale to railcar and truckload campaigns.