Jet Pulverizer Announces Affiliation with Rutgers University

November 19, 2008

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Jet Pulverizer Announces Affiliation with Rutgers University

The Jet Pulverizer Company has become a member of the Rutgers University Center for Advanced Materials via Immiscible Polymer Processing (AMIPP). 

Based in Moorestown, New Jersey, and with an international client base, Jet Pulverizer specializes in the size reduction of dry powders and materials. AMIPP, established to conduct and coordinate research on advanced polymer systems in an innovative environment designed to promote development and commercialization, provides academic and industrial communities with enhanced research and development capabilities as well as education and outreach capabilities in the field of polymer blending and processing technologies.

The project will open the door for collaboration that will further the development and application of advanced polymer technology at the industrial/academic interface. Through this affiliation, Jet Pulverizer and Rutgers University will work together to identify and implement polymer processing applications for LiquaJet LLC. A recent partner of Jet Pulverizer, LiquaJet LLC offers a new, advanced jet milling technology that makes previously ungrindable materials grindable.

According to Bill Henry, “Our affiliation with Rutgers University will allow us to work together to develop innovative size reduction solutions to mill some of the toughest engineered materials ever created.”

“We are excited to work with the Jet Pulverizer Company,” said Rutgers AMIPP director, Professor Richard Lehman. “The essence of the AMIPP mission is collaboration with industry--particularly New Jersey industry--and to transfer technologies that will improve their business, add jobs, and enhance the industrial base of New Jersey. Close ties with industry are a win/win proposition for our Center and for our industrial partners. We work closely with them to develop and execute research projects, and their involvement from the beginning helps assure smooth commercialization as the technologies are ready for roll-out.”

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