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|Industry||pharmaceutical and chemical industry|
|Founded||Fribourg, Switzerland (1946)|
|Products||grinding and milling equipment|
Frewitt is a Swiss company located in Fribourg which builds grinding and milling equipment for the pharmaceutical and chemical industry. The company was named after and founded in 1946 by Frédéric Wittwer. Among the milling devices manufactured by Frewitt are hammermills and oscillating granulators, both of which are used for size reduction of feed stock.
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- Murugesu, Benjamin (2016). "5. Milling". In Augsburger, Larry L.; Hoag, Stephen W. Pharmaceutical Dosage Forms - Tablets. Pharmaceutical Dosage Forms - Tablets. 1. Unit Operations and Mechanical Properties (3rd ed.). CRC Press. pp. 177–9. ISBN 9781420063868 – via Google Books (preview). Search this book on
- Neukirchen, Doris (January 2, 2007), "A New Hammer Mill from Frewitt Resists Pressure Shocks up to 10 bar", Process Worldwide, Würzburg, Germany: Vogel Communications Group, retrieved February 7, 2019
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