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Delft Solids Solutions is a CRO specialized in the physical aspects of solid matter often in the form of powders and granules; typically how they are practiced in industry. We have over 40 years of experience in the expertise areas of porosity and surface area of solids, size and shape of particles, composition and solids behavior. Based on this expertise, we provide a wide range of unique services ranging from research of materials’ properties, development of new techniques, methodologies and equipment, innovative research projects for materials development, consultancy in powder technology as well as expert courses and seminars on these topics. We offer these services to a variety of industries such as the pharmaceutical, chemical and petrochemical, automotive, food and feed, and building materials industry.
(Bulk) Solids behavior
Surface and porosity properties
Size and shape of particles
On Tuesday May 16th, 2017 we will organize in close cooperation with partner companies a 1-day seminar on the topic of dustiness (of solid matter). Health, safety and environment, regulation, quantification and qualification of dust, causes of dust formation, suppression of dust formation and dust release and explosion prevention are all examples of themes where[…]
Delft Solids Solutions will actively participate in the upcoming Interpore meeting in Venlo, the Netherlands, both as a participant and as exhibitor. The annual Interpore Benelux Day 2016 will be organized on Friday October 7th in Venlo and attracts people from all over the Benelux area. People that are active in research and applications of[…]
On Tuesday October 25th, 2016 we will organize in close cooperation with partner companies a 1-day seminar on the topics of agglomeration and granulation. Suppression of segregation, preventing dustiness formation, creating instant properties, or facilitating dosing are all examples of themes where agglomeration and granulation can play an important role. Well known players and users[…]
The 21st June edition of the highly-ranked journal Chemical Society Reviews features the review paper of Verboekend et al. on its front cover. The paper entitled “Synthesis, characterisation, and catalytic evaluation of hierarchical faujasite zeolites: milestones, challenges, and future directions” is a joined effort of the ETH Zurich (Switzerland) and K.U. Leuven (Belgium) universities and[…]
In its May 2016 edition, number 3, the Dutch magazine “BULK Solids Processing & Handling” features an extensive review of the Mixing Day 2016, organized by Delft Solids Solutions in Nootdorp, The Netherlands, on April 5th 2016. The image below links you to the on-line edition of the respective article (in Dutch). Enjoy reading!
Seminar on mixing and segregation of solids and powders During this 1-day meeting we gather parties that are active in the area of mixing of solids and powders. The day will be held in English and during the morning session lectures will be delivered by different companies: Hosokawa and Lindor have confirmed their presence and active participation[…]
Course Powders & Granules – Physical Properties and Behaviour The course Powders & Granules will be organized on November 5-6, 2015 at our premises in Wateringen. In this 2-days course topics like granulation, powder flow behaviour, sampling, wear and attrition of particles, mixing en segregation, design of silos and hoppers and the behaviour of powders[…]
Seminar over mengen en ontmengen van vaste stoffen en poeders Tijdens deze 1-daagse bijeenkomst brengen we partijen samen op het terrein van vaste stof mengen. De voertaal is Nederlands en er worden lezingen gegeven door vooraanstaande partijen op dit vakgebied. Denk hierbij aan Hosokawa en Lindor als bekende leveranciers van verschillende type mengers evenals partijen werkzaam in het vakgebied[…]
New flyer research possibilities We have recently renewed our research flyer. A pdf version of this flyer can be downloaded via this link .
This article has recently been published and it provides a general overview of airborne dust particles, their hazards and approaches to measure, quality, and quantify airborne dust particles. The article also includes the recent development at Delft Solids Solutions related to the so-called “Continuous Drop” methodology for respirable and inhalable dust characterization. A pdf version[…]