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NETZSCH to exhibit at Powtech

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NETZSCH Group will be exhibiting at Powtech. The company will introduce three new innovations at the show, along with two other interesting advancements.

The company will show the new patent-pending NETZSCH SMARTREMOVAL hose replacement system, which revolutionizes the exchange of filter hoses and baskets for Side Removal Filters. Also brand new is the NETZSCH SPHERHO® – an agitator bead mill for dry fine grinding of, for example, mineral and ceramic raw materials. NETZSCH will also demonstrate its dispersion technology: EPSILON is a new solution for producing homogeneous dispersions in an inline process with reproducible quality.

In addition, NETZSCH is expanding its machines and systems program with two more interesting advancements to be introduced to industry professionals for the first time at the POWTECH:

The CONDUX® 60 is a small, universal rotor impact mill for laboratory scale applications. Its grinding tools can be exchanged quickly and easily. This feature predestines it for use in laboratories, where different products and applications continually require different grinding technologies.

With the new NETZSCH ALPHA® modular machine platform, NETZSCH brings the next generation of agitator bead mills to the market. The NETZSCH ALPHA® is designed such that today three different grinding systems can be installed on a base stand. It is intended to serve as a platform for future NETZSCH technologies, which guarantees the customer long-term investment security.

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