Application-Optimized Processing of Nano-Dispersions with Micro Beads
Abstract:The manufacturing of nano-dispersions requires either the deagglomeration, wetting and stabilization of nano-scaled powders or a top-down size reduction by comminution. Treatment with micro beads is in both cases an efficient means for an outstanding quality enhancement compared to the previous milling technology. A new bead mill concept specifically designed for the reliable use of micro beads down to 50 μm and below is introduced. Case studies on the identification of optimized operating conditions are discussed for a variety of applications requiring the full range of milling mechanisms from gentle dispersing to high energy grinding. Examples include products from functional inorganic nano-additives to organic pigment dispersions.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2006
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