Spray drying is a drying method in which a product is obtained by dispersing a raw material liquid into mist-like droplets using a sprayer and drying the droplets with hot gas. The raw material liquid for spray drying can be a solution, emulsion, suspension or molten liquid or paste. Dried products can be made into powders, granules, etc. as required.
1.After drying, there is no need to pulverize and screen, which reduces the production process and improves the purity of the product.
2.Regarding the product's particle size, bulk density, moisture, etc., the operating conditions can be changed for adjustment.
3.The inlet air temperature adopts PID real-time control and LCD screen display control.
4.Variable frequency speed regulation of induced draft fan and atomizer.
5.The control panel adopts 10-inch high-definition LCD touch control, which can save experimental data in real time.
6.Glass fiber thermal insulation, the box is made of 304 stainless steel.
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1. What is the purpose of the spray drying chamber?
The spray-drying drying room is a place where hot air exchanges heat and mass with the material to be dried. Sufficient space is required to ensure that the air and materials stay in the drying room and ensure that the moisture content of the product meets the requirements of the production process. , And it is not subject to excessive heat or wall sticking.
2. What are the heating methods for large spray dryers?
Electric heating, steam, diesel, gas, etc.
3. What are the application areas of spray drying?
Beverages, flavors and colors, milk and egg products, plant and vegetable extracts, pharmaceutical synthesis, heat-sensitive plastics, polymers and resins, fragrances, blood products, superconductors, biochemical products, dyes, soaps and detergents, food bonding Agents, oxides, bone meal and tooth powder, etc.