NETZSCH-CONDUX Mahltechnik GmbH, Hanau / Germany

NETZSCH-CONDUX Mahltechnik GmbH, Hanau / Germany

NETZSCH-CONDUX Mahltechnik GmbH is a world-wide leader in the field of processing of dry products.

The product range comprises machines and plants for crushing and fine grinding, as well as classification of ultrafine powders.

The company headquarters is in Hanau / Main. The facilities not only consist of production and administration, but also a large laboratory in which extensive tests are carried out using NETZSCH-CONDUX Mahltechnik machines and plants in accordance with specific customer requirements.

NETZSCH-CONDUX Mahltechnik belongs to the business unit Grinding & Dispersing of the NETZSCH-Group. World-wide sales channels and a service center enable the best possible co-operation with our customers.

For many years Dr. Roland Nied with his considerable know-how, has been an advisor for the areas of fine grinding and fine classification.

The main fields of application of the NETZSCH-CONDUX Mahltechnik machines and plants are:

  • Coatings and varnishes
  • Life science
  • Chemicals
  • Inorganic materials and minerals
  • Ceramics
Application laboratory

Application laboratory

NETZSCH applications laboratories are equipped with state-of-the-art technology and are part of our comprehensive service program.

The NETZSCH dry grinding and classifying laboratory is located in Hanau/Germany.

This laboratory allows us to accurately test customer products in order to obtain the maximum grindinggrinding
Crushing of a solid either in dry or suspended form. efficiency according to customer specifications. Grinding tests can be run on both laboratory scale and production sized machines. After testing is complete, a comprehensive test report, including a sample of the final product, is prepared and sent to the customer.

Customers are welcome to take part in the testing of their product, guaranteeing that all tests are run exactly according to their requirements. During the trials, customers will also learn more about our company, its manufacturing abilities and staff.

Toll grinding

Toll grinding

You will benefit from our experience

As worldwide leading companies in the field of dry and wet grinding as well as fine classifying and mixing, kneading and dispersing technology we know what matters to you. Our extensive machine programme offers you the right solution for your requirements. Our long-term experience with a diversity of products in these fields, is available for your toll grinding needs.

NETZSCH Fine Grinding Service

1932

Foundation of CONDUX in Großauheim near Hanau with 6 employees. Manufacture of the first toothed disc mills for processing of vulcanized rubber waste.

1936

Start of international sales.

1942

Purchase of new factory in Hanau-Wolfgang and transfer of production facilities.

1945

CONDUX is one of the first companies in the Hanau area to start production after World War II. Reconstruction and production went hand in hand.

1946

Restart of international sales, only one year after reconstruction.

1948

Manufacture of the first hammer mills and fine blast mills for laboratory applications.

1952

Manufacture of the first CONDUX cutting granulator.

1979

Expansion of the existing range of cutting granulators and their world-wide marketing.

1982

Celebration of the 50 year company anniversary on the factory premises together with customers and suppliers.

1989

Restart of activities in the area of fine grinding and new development of universal mills, model CUM, classifiers, model CSM, fluidized bed jet mills, model CGS and fine classifiers, model CFS.

1992

Expansion of the range of fine grinding machines to fulfil increasing varieties of applications.

1995

Takeover of the company by the NETZSCH-Group in Selb and incorporation into the business unit Grinding and Dispersing, after having been renamed NETZSCH-CONDUX Mahltechnik.

1996

Expansion of sales activities in co-operation with the numerous NETZSCH sales offices world-wide.

1998

Construction of the world´s (first) largest Fluidized Bed Jet Mill CGS 180.

2000

Introduction of a new quality management system and certification in accordance with DIN EN ISO 9001.

2002

Development of the new energy-saving grinding process e-Jet® for jet mills.

2003

Recertification of DIN EN ISO 9001:2000.

2007

Formal opening of the new toll-grinding facility and start of activities in the area of toll-grinding of customer´s products.

2008

Official introduction of the newly developed grinding process s-Jet® for jet mills.