Live Webinar: Industrial Rotavapors® – The next generation in waste solvent management & recycling

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Wednesday, June 17, 2105 I 2:00pm Eastern Time


The cost of solvent disposal can be just as high or higher than the cost of purchasing solvent. Less expensive technical grade solvent can be purified by distillation to achieve the purity necessary for academic and industrial applications. Solvent reclamation, recycling and purification with a BUCHI Industrial Rotavapor is not only efficient but it pays for itself after one year. Join us to discover ways to better manage or develop your own in-house solvent disposal/recycling program and the benefits of this type of program.

During this webinar you will:

  • Solutions to improve the purity of technical grade solvents
  • Solvent reclamation and reselling
  • Solvent recycling

Who should attend:

  • Industries: Academia, Pharmaceutical, Chemical, Environmental
  • Job titles: Lab Managers, Chemical Engineers, Grad Students, Research Assistants, environmental health and safety staff

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Live Webinar: Microencapsulation – an overview of the technology

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Wednesday, June 10, 2105 I 2:00pm Eastern Time


Discover more about the reliable and versatile solutions offered by spray drying and encapsulation. This webinar will provide you with a complete overview of microencapsulation using the two technologies, from matrix encapsulation to core and shell capsule formation.

During this webinar you will:

  • Fundamentals of microencapsulation and types of materials used in spray drying versus prilling by vibration
  • Cells, probiotic foods, and pharmaceutical applications
  • Release mechanisms and profiles of the encapsulated materials

Who should attend:

  • Industries: Academia, Pharmaceutical, Food & Beverage
  • Job titles: Flavor Chemist, Principle Investigator, Professor, R&D Scientist

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4th Annual, Advanced Hands-on Spray Drying Course

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Dates: Wednesday – Thursday, June 4 – 5, 2014
Location: BUCHI Corporation, 19 Lukens Dr, New Castle, DE
Cost: $2,500.00


This two-day course encompasses both in-depth presentations and hands-on workshops, starting with an overview of laboratory spray drying, followed by a review of current trends in this quickly advancing field, steered by industry leaders.

During this course you will:

  • Review what common excipients are used in spray drying and learn how to choose the best materials for your application
  • Gain an understanding of how parameters and formulation properties impact particle size and yield
  • Receive hands-on experience with a Mini Spray Dryer B-290, a Nano Spray Dryer B-90, and a GEA Niro Mobile Minor™

Who should attend:

  • R&D, formulation scientist, pre-formulation team members and process engineers

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