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May 3rd, 2007

NWN Talks with NETZSCH Fine Particle Technology’s Technical Director, Harry Way

Abstract:
NETZSCH provides proven nanotechnology solutions for a broad range of industries, and is the world's leading manufacturer of grinding and dispersing machinery for media milling, powder processing, dispersing, de-aerating, and filling. With access to comprehensive global resources in engineering and research & development, NETZSCH brings customers the benefits of continually advancing technology.

Nano World News talked with Harry Way, Technical Director at NETZSCH Fine Particle Technology (Exton, PA), about NETZSCH's recent movements in the nanotechnology world.

NWN: NETZSCH paved the way to better understanding of grinding and dispersing nanoparticles. What has their role been in the industry?

Way: NETZSCH leads the nano revolution in engineering production equipment designed to grind particles to 200 nanometers and below. Our mills are used to manufacture new materials with the exacting properties to meet specific customer application requirements, whether it is smaller, stronger, lighter, more resilient, and/or less expensive. Wet grinding technology with agitator bead mills easily achieves the production of nanoparticles, with an average fineness of 40-100nm. NETZSCH not only provides fine bead mills for consistent nano-size particle reductions, NETZSCH mills are designed for uniform dispersion of nanoparticles produced by other means, without destroying the particle morphology, structure or surface treatment.

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