Making Science Work.
ACHEMA, the world leading international trade fair for chemical engineering, environmental protection, pharmaceutical and biotechnology applications, is the perfect platform for GEA to highlight its innovative technology. In fact, we like to think that with GEA’s integrated solutions, our various test facilities and an unparalleled history of successful installations and experience; we can support your process or provide the inspiration you need to meet your objectives. We supply the added value and the deep-rooted knowledge that counts.
Containment in the Pharma industry
David Johnson , GEA’s Sales Director for Materials Handling and Containment, explains the inner workings of the BUCK® valve and how the docking system comprises two half valves that are able to independently seal two different containers. It ensures the protection of both people and products when charging and discharging highly potent APIs.
New-generation GEA pharmaceutical separators with the innovative GEA flexChange concept
Meet Andreas Biewald and learn how new GEA flexChange concept provides a revised generation of separators for pharmaceutical applications. The flexChange concept allows for simple and quick interchanges of the separator´s bowls to ease the adaption to the customer needs, making costly alterations unnecessary.
GEA supplies crystallization technologies for lithium processing
Dr. Kesarin Chaleepa, Sales Manager Crystallization, explains how GEA has developed “superior great quality” crystallization technologies for producing lithium hydroxide, which offers high performance in e.g. the growing global market of lithium-ion batteries.
Home and Personal Care: Keeping clean with GEA processes
Worth watching: Falko Fliessbach at #ACHEMA2018 talking about how GEA provides complete innovative solutions to the home and personal care industry from raw material to end-of-line. GEA is a “big global player” that serves fast-growing markets for products as diverse as toothpaste, cosmetics, and laundry detergents.
Crystallization of Sodium Bicarbonate
Meet Dr. Robert Buchfink, Sales Support Chemical Processing, at ACHEMA 2018. He elaborates on how GEA developed a solution for increasing the high-quality output of the sodium bicarbonate production by separating the previously merged process into the two individual steps of absorbing and crystallizing. Successfully tested under lab conditions, satisfying GEA customers, the sodium bicarbonate is to be used in the hemodialysis process.
Why Collaborating in Continues Manufacturing Makes a Difference for GEA
At ACHEMA 2018, GEA hosted a joint press conference with other key suppliers to highlight a number of industry collaborations helping to facilitate the uptake of continuous manufacturing (CM) technology in the drug production sector. Phil Gabb, Senior Sales Director of Pharma Solid explained that the collaboration allowed delivering the services and infrastructure needed by customers to successfully implement continuous manufacturing.
World premiere at ACHEMA: The GEA NiSoX-Valve homogenizes nanoemulsions faster, smoother and more flexibly
Join us for a meeting with Alfredo Ricci, Specialist Process Technology, introducing the revolutionary GEA NiSoX-Valve™️, at ACHEMA 2018. The new valve is a stunning improvement for the homogenization process. It helps to decrease energy consumption, reducing particle size distribution. This especially benefits customers from the pharmaceutical, cosmetics, and chemical industries who rely on the finest nanoemulsions and microemulsions for their products. Furthermore, the reduction of active wearable components supports decreasing maintenance costs.
Presenting the GEA TTI 150 at ACHEMA 2018 - an explosion-proof separator for chemical applications
At ACHEMA 2018, we met up with Alexander Kraus, GEA Product Sales Manager for Chemicals and Minerals. He explained the advantages of the new GEA Separator TTI 150-01-572 designed for chemical products. The new GEA separator is explosion-protected and reduces both maintenance costs, as well as energy costs by a clutch-less direct drive system.