Our production process
Our expertise and know-how enables us to anticipate, steer and assess our customers’ expectations and requirements from the beginning to the completion of the process, with professionality and expertise. We offer a 360º service to meet our clients’ requirements and expectations. By choosing FREDCOLOR, your are making the right move.
By offering a diverse range of product types—Solid Powder Mixtures, Liquid Dispersions, and Solid Granules—we provide solutions for various industries, enabling you to achieve desired properties, functionalities, and performance. We are committed to delivering high-quality formulations tailored to your specific requirements, backed by our expertise, innovation, and commitment to customer satisfaction.
Our solid powder mixtures find applications in a wide range of industries, including pharmaceuticals (tablets, capsules), cosmetics (powders, creams), food processing (spice blends, flavorings), and chemical manufacturing (catalysts, pigments). They play a crucial role in delivering desired functionalities, convenience, and performance in these sectors.
Our solid powder mixtures are typically prepared by carefully weighing and blending the powdered components in precise ratios to ensure homogeneity. The blending process can involve multiple techniques such as tumbling, mixing, or milling to achieve a uniform distribution of particles. Throughput he process we perform multiple tests and quality controls to ensure desired results.
Liquid dispersions refer to a form of mixture where solid particles or droplets are dispersed within a liquid medium. This type of formulation is commonly used in various industries, including paints and coatings, inks, personal care products, and food and beverage manufacturing. They are widely used to achieve desired aesthetics, functionality, and performance in these sectors.Browse our liquid dispersions
Solid granules. Masterbatch
Solid granules or masterbatches refer to a form of solid material that is processed into small, uniform particles or granules. Granulation is a common technique used in various industries, including pharmaceuticals, food processing, agriculture, and chemical manufacturing.
Solid granules are typically produced through a granulation process, which involves the agglomeration of smaller particles or powders into larger, more cohesive particles. This can be achieved through various methods, such as wet granulation, dry granulation, or direct compression.
During the granulation process, a binding agent or a liquid is often added to the powder mixture to promote particle cohesion. This binding agent can be a solution, suspension, or melt that acts as a binder, allowing the smaller particles to adhere together. The resulting granules are then dried or cured to remove any excess moisture or solvents, ensuring their stability and shelf life.
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