Elcan’s toll manufacturing facility includes 8 bays dedicated solely to toll screening of material. Using the most advanced screening machine technology in the world: The Hi-Sifter.
Elcan has the ability to sieve powders for companies down to as fine as 10 microns on an industrial scale while maintaining product integrity and specs. Elcan also offers electromagnetic separation for material requiring the removal of ferrous contaminants, repacking services, and more. Elcan has the ability to toll blend dry powders at our facility using a number of different blenders. Elcan has recently introduced a new hammer milling service as well to complement our screening capabilities.
Elcan’s toll manufacturing services do not stop there. Elcan also has a full-scale laboratory for companies with high-value products, but not large quantities. Our lab has a Malvern Mastersizer 3000 for particle size analysis which companies can send in samples to be analyzed on demand. The lab also includes our new state of the art Elbow Jet Air Classifier, which is capable of making fine separations as fine as 1um. The Elbow Jet only requires a small amount of material (<1Kg) in order to make very precise measurements and is perfect for developmental products. Elcan also has Jet Sieve and ROTAP measurements as well. The lab also features our line of lab sized Hi-Sifter screeners, which despite their size, still pack a punch and can sieve below 20um.
Toll manufacturing allows companies to get products to their customers without being capitally committed to equipment and staff; while simultaneously leverage the expertise and equipment of an experienced toller like Elcan Industries. Companies who already have equipment installed can also meet surges in customer demand by engaging in toll manufacturing services. This approach also allows companies to do longer trials on the material before becoming capitally committed to purchasing them.
Elcan Industries offers unparalleled levels of screening capabilities that provide excellent efficiencies on even the hardest to screen chemicals, powdered metals, glass and ceramics, foods, plastics, minerals, oil drilling muds, pharmaceuticals, electronic materials, and coating systems.