Still time to register for our Powder Characterisation Workshop

There is still time to register for our ‘Powder Characterisation Workshop’, jointly hosted with Surface Measurement Systems, on the 18 May 2017 at Imperial College London.

The free one-day event will introduce delegates to powder rheology and surface energy measurements. The workshop will include presentations by Jamie Clayton, Operations Director ... read more

Freeman Technology opens office in Japan

Powder characterisation specialists, Freeman Technology, continues to expand their global presence with the establishment of an operation in Japan and the appointment of Takashi Nishimura as Product Manager. Based in Kobe City, Mr Nishimura has over 10 years of experience working in the analytical instrumentation industry and will provide ... read more

Supporting Chernobyl Childrens Lifeline

We are happy to support the Chernobyl Children’s Lifeline, a charity based in Malvern, UK.

On the 26 April 1986, the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Station exploded, the resultant fallout was deadly radioactive material some of which has a half-life of 24,000 years. The carcinogenic radioactive particles severely affected the region (70% ... read more

Powder characterization experts offer solutions to optimize process performance

Freeman Technology, the powder characterization specialists, will be exhibiting at the Ceramics Expo for the first (25 - 27 April, Cleveland, OH, USA). The company offers material characterization solutions aimed at optimizing process performance, increasing productivity and improving quality in a diverse range of sectors, including ceramics.

Freeman Technology's solutions include ... read more

New application note - Optimising the flow properties of cement powders

Freeman Technology is pleased to announce the release of ‘Optimising the Flow Properties of Cement Powders by Surface Treatment’.

Cement is widely used in the construction industry, typically stored in large hoppers before being dispensed and conveyed into equipment for filling bags, IBCs or other containers. Surface treatment offers the ... read more

Analytical thinking - Real-time analysis of granulation

Tim Freeman, Managing Director of Freeman Technology, discusses how to optimise granulation using real-time analysis in the latest edition of European Pharmaceutical Manufacturer.

High shear wet granulation (HSWG) transforms fine powder blends into free-flowing granules with improved compression properties during the tabletting process. Granulation also enhances the uniformity of a ... read more