Prilling BPA

For maximum efficiency in storage, transport and further processing.

Ideal solution

Storing and transporting BPA (Bisphenol A) presents considerable efficiency challenges, especially when the material is still used in flake form. A more ideal solution? BPA prilling. We have more than earned our spurs in the field of this particular solidification technology.

Kreber designs, constructs and maintains high-quality prilling equipment for international processing and chemical companies. With more than 50 years of experience, impressive track record and a top team of researchers and engineers, we can be called an absolute authority in the field of prilling.

Ready to use equipment

Thanks to many years of experience in serving the market’s needs, we have developed special 'ready to use' equipment for the BPA market, which we configure to suit every new client. Does your situation demand a different solution? In that case, we would be happy to develop one for you.

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Prills of BPA in bulk offers significant advantages:

  • Excellent 'free flowing' properties
  • Low tendency to stick and agglomerate
  • Distinguished for air lifting
  • Highly resistant to abrasion or damage
  • Minimal dust formation
  • Well suited for transportation in road tankers, containers and big bags
  • Excellently storable in silo installations
  • Precise dosage
  • No additives needed; pure materials

About prills and prilling

Prilling BPA:
more control, more profit

BPA prilling offers the following benefits over other solidification methods such as flaking:

Prilling is one of the most economical finishing technologies in the world for large outputs. Compared with other solidification methods such as granulation and pastillation, CAPEX and OPEX will be multiple times lower at increased capacities.

Prilling makes it easy to scale up or down capacity in a range of 70-110% of the original design capacity. That makes it an extremely flexible part of your total production process. Quickly adapt to changes in the market? With prilling you can.

The high degree of ‘self-control’ makes prilling a robust finishing technology with a very stable processing procedure. It can therefore play a vital role in guaranteeing the continuity of your process and quality of your product.

The prilling process requires minimal energy consumption. In fact: it is the most energy-efficient solidification technology available. This helps you to minimize your operational expenses.

Prilling equipment is easy to operate. Due well defined process operating parameters and small number of equipment items. As a result you benefit from low operating and maintenance costs.

With the design of our prilling tower and additional prilling equipment, you benefit from a relatively small footprint compared to other solidification technologies.

Thanks to a constant stream of technical innovations, such as state-of-the-art air inlet filtration and scrubber technologies, prilling is now a much cleaner finishing technology than it ever has been.

Kreber Reference List Prilling

Reference list

Over the years, we have built up an impressive track record. Get your copy of our ever-growing prilling reference list.

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Our in-house prilling expertise

Research

We search for new ways to add value to your process and product. That's why we work together with other R&D teams and institutes, such as the Delft University of Technology.

ENGINEERING

We will configure the design of your installation to your requirements and preferences, down to the most minute detail. Based on proven technology that continuously improves.

MANUFACTURING

We build complete prilling installations, equipment and individual components that you need for your production process. We do this fully in-house, quality guaranteed.

SUPPORT

We don’t just deliver an installation, but rather a fully operational production process. This means you can rely on global support, from system maintenance to spare parts management.

And naturally you benefit from the Kreber Performance Guarantee.

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