Contract processing or subcontracting describes the complete production cycle of the product to be processed. Ebbecke Verfahrenstechnik AG offers a wide range of services in the field of process engineering, from contract screening and mixing to contract filling.
Range of services offered
- Contract filling – Filling of various materials and also liquid goods in big bags, octabins, barrels, fiber drums, bags, cardboard boxes, buckets, cans or special containers.
- Contract mixing – Homogeneous mixtures as well as coatings from a wide range of bulk materials with the aid of the ultra-modern mixing machine park, drum mixers, container mixers, nautical mixers, high-speed mixers, gyro wheel mixers, vortex screw mixers and other special mixing systems.
- Contract grinding – Particle reduction through micronization describes the grinding, pulverization or granulation of various substances – for example, for the manufacture of medical products, cosmetics or drugs.
- Contract screening – The removal of foreign substances for a pure end product. With the help of special equipment developed in-house, Ebbecke can even process products that are difficult to screen, such as screening material with a low bulk density, and also sensitive screening material such as pyrogenic or precipitated silica.
- Contract compaction – The production of granulates or compact products. At Ebbecke Verfahrenstechnik even materials which are difficult to process are pressed and thus compacted with reduced dust.
- Contract drying – Surface moisture, capillary moisture or crystal moisture in the best hands. Each product has its own drying requirements. Careful vacuum or spray drying as an additional process step before the further processing of numerous intermediate or end products of the chemical industry is technically important.
- Contract pastillation – melting liquid materials to granulate. Modern equipment is used to produce granulate as pastilles, flakes or coarse sheets. The continuous transfer of the molten starting product into granulate form by means of cooling belts ensures an efficient conversion process.
An important part of working with individual media and liquids is the cleaning of contaminated substances. At Ebbecke in Bruchköbel, an inductive metal detector is used to detect even the finest metal abrasion and reliably separate it from the good product. See Demagnetic.