The Blue Power Air Classifier: For easy and reliable separation of metal powders.
The ‚Air Classifier‘ AC1000 allows the economical and flexible classification of small powder batches. It is suitable for the separation of metal powders < ca. 200 µm into fine and coarse powder fractions especially also in the range < 25 µm, where conventional sieving operations fail.
Designed for research, development and small scale-production
with the need for frequent alloy changes, especially also for precious and other specialty metals
Low cleaning efforts with little metal loss and cross contamination
The Blue Power Atomiser: Powder particle size for every request
The Indutherm atomisation plants have been particularly designed for the flexible and economic production of small-scale metal powder batches. Traditional large-scale production plants cannot provide this economic advantage. Frequently changing alloys in production require high cleaning efforts to avoid cross contamination.
Particularly in R&D or precious metal powder applications small amounts of various kinds of powder are frequently required, often also new types of alloy powder not available on the market. Especially fast developing applications like SLM and MIM require more and more specialised metal powder.
Advantages of the AU series
For a wide spectrum of alloys
, e. g. Ag, Au, Cu, Sn, CoCr, Fe, Co, Ni, Pd …
in graphite crucibles, depending on the alloy additionally with ceramic insert crucibles, up to 1.750°C, up to 2.000°C in development
Four different versions
offering crucible volumes from 0.3 – 12 l
AU 500, AU 1000, AU 3000, AU 12000
The AU machines offer the possibility of oxidation-free processing in the closed-chamber machine by means of de-gassing, vacuum and protective gas features.
Gas flow optimisation
Increase of powder quality by gas flow optimisation in the spray chamber (avoidance of satellites)
Specific powder characteristics
by use of different atomisation nozzles and optional use of hot spray gas
Easy-to-clean concept: minimum metal loss and cross-contamination