Rutgers ORA

Office of Research and Economic Development (ORED)

Physical Process, Fabrication, Fermentation, Polishing, Machining per se, , , Mixing, Drying, Other

Department : Center for Structured Particulate Organic Systems (CSOPS)

Twin-Shell Intensifier Blender provides consistent performance for precise blending, uniformity and efficiency. It features an intensifier bar placed at the axis of rotation. The bar’s intensive agitation propels all material into the solids-solids or liquid-solids contacting area. Surface action provides the necessary impact, but without excessive work input.

Department : Center for Structured Particulate Organic Systems (CSOPS)

Glatt's patented two axis blending system is a major advancement in bin blending technology. The two axis mixer reduces mixing times and significantly improves the blending/mixing process. Through the patented two axis motion, the Glatt TAM system eliminates the need for internal baffles within the IBC which reduces cost, improves ergonomics and makes the bin easier to clean.

Department : Center for Structured Particulate Organic Systems (CSOPS)

Twin-Shell Intensifier Blender provides consistent performance for precise blending, uniformity and efficiency. It features an intensifier bar placed at the axis of rotation. The bar’s intensive agitation propels all material into the solids-solids or liquid-solids contacting area. Surface action provides the necessary impact, but without excessive work input.

Department : Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences Institute

These units carry out high pressure/temperature extraction of solid samples.  The microwave heats the extraction solvent above its boiling point, allowing for greater penetration of the solvent into the sample matrix.  With concentrated inorganic acid, primary used for ICPMS, samples are often completely digested.

Department : Rutgers Institute for Advanced Materials, Devices and Nanotechnology (IAMDN) - Microelectronics Research Laboratory (MERL)

The Microelectronics Research Laboratory works closely with researchers in academic, government and industry to help solve problems in multidisciplinary science and engineering and high-tech industry, to carry out advanced research in micro- and nano-optoelectronics, solid state devices and electronic materials. The capabilities of the laboratory include a dry processing area for plasma processing, thin film metallization and dielectric, thermal processing, ultraviolet lithography, nano-imprint and most recently atomic layer deposition.