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Powtech 2019 (www.powtech.de) takes place from April 9–11 at the Exhibition Center in Nuremberg, Germany, where innovations and new approaches for the processing industries take center stage in six exhibition halls. Powder and bulk solids experts from around the world will be on hand to see the technology and solutions offered by exhibitors. Exhibitors will showcase their latest developments for mechanical processes, such as size reduction, agglomeration, separation, screening, mixing, storage and conveying. The equipment and machinery on display are fundamental to the production processes of numerous industries, including today’s megatrends, such as energy storage and additive manufacturing (3-D printing).

Two forums and an interactive knowledge zone provide expert information for the food, pharmaceuticals and chemicals, glass and ceramics, non-metallic minerals and recycling segments. Here, and in the course of professional-level dialogue at the tradefair stands, visitors will get reliable answers to the challenges they face. Partec, the international congress for particle technology, will also run parallel to Powtech 2019 under the theme “Particles for a better life.”

The following are some of the new products being exhibited at the show.

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