Spray drying

How does spray drying go?

Stage 1

Supply of raw material

Stage 2

Weighing and feeding of raw material

Stage 3

Mixing of raw material (with potential homogenization of the mixture)

Stage 4

Spray drying

Stage 5

Control and packing of the product

What is spray drying?

Spray drying means processing liquid raw materials into powdered substances that, after dilution in water, regain most of the input material characteristics. This way storage risks are avoided in terms of unstable water solutions that must be refrigerated or frozen. Powdered products can be stored in standard conditions, and their restoration is limited to simple diluting in water.

Advantages of powdered products:

  • High level preservation of organoleptic features (flavor, aroma, color) of raw materials,
  • Easily soluble
  • Pressure granulation options (various sizes of granules)

Application of our powdered products:

  • Jellies, starch jellies, puddings
  • Instant soups
  • Instant drinks
  • Leaf teas
  • Milk produce (desserts, yogurts, cheese)
  • Confectionery
  • Natural colorings

Forms of powdered products in our offer:

  • Powder

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