Our production machines

From lab to industrial scale

Together with our partners from the chemical industry, we develop tailored production devices based on our MJR® Technology for industrial-scale production that precisely meets the needs of the desired end product.


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P1 I/C/N

For industrial (I), cosmetic (C) or nutritional (N) applications

Our P1 I/C/N production facility is based on a modular design. It contains an MJR® with a maximum throughput of 600 liters per hour.

Siemens-based control software ensures full compatibility with your production environment.

It is highly adjustable for a wide range of industrial, cosmetic and nutritional applications and is designed to international legal standards.

P1 I

For the industrial (I) production of a nanoscaled barium sulfate dispersion

The P1 I production facility enables an output of 570 liters of a modified nano-scaled barium sulfate dispersion per hour, or more than 1,000 tons per year.

The MJR® device is coupled with an x-flow-based filtration process for the separation of salt and purification and concentration of the primary dispersion. The achieved product quality is a world first and has yet to be surpassed.

2-step industrial upscaling

1. From lab to production scale

Typical lab scale (development) dimensions lie below 200 ml per minute. In the context of this development work, essential parameters such as nozzle sizes, hydrodynamic pressures, etc., are determined. Through a fast mathematical upscaling method, these parameters can then be easily transferred to large production volumes.

2. Larger production volumes through parallelization

To increase production volumes even further, a simple system of parallel MJR® heads can be set up to take output from 600 liters per hour using a single MJR® to over 10,000 liters per hour. Thus, output quantities can be flexibly adjusted according to current production needs in a highly cost-effective manner.

Cost-efficiency

Lower process costs, better economics

The advantages of our MJR® Technology play a direct role in improving production economics:

  • Reduced energy consumption through lower-level energy consumers (mainly pumps)
  • Reduced maintenance costs through simple set-up (fewer annual maintenance intervals)
  • Less cleaning required (lower personnel costs, lower cleaning agent expenses) through CIP cleaning
  • Fewer raw materials and less product storage required (less capital commitment) through continuous on-demand production

Overall, savings exceeding 30 percent can be achieved.