Spray drying is the technology most widely used in the liquid technology shaping and in the drying industry. The drying technology is most suitable for producing solid powder or particle products from liquid materials, such as: solution, emulsion, suspension and pump- able paste states. For this reason, when the particle size and distribution of the final products, residual water contents, volume density and the particle shape must meet the precise standard, spray drying is one of the most desired technologies.
The Herb Extract Spray Dryers have been designed using standard modules that incorporate all the required features necessary for cGMP production. The philosophy is that standardized modules are built together to meet the requirement for a specific duty. All plants are designed and configured to meet individual User Requirement Specifications.
Widely used in pharmaceutical industry:the concentration of the Chinese medical herbs extract;the
drying of extractum,heat-sensitive biological products,honey products,animal extract;food
industry:the drying for vegetables,fruits,heat-Meat drying machine sensitive products;fine chemistry industry:the drying for chemical products,easy oxidation products etc.
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