Technical guide to spray dryers
Our spray dryer technology is used in a wide variety of industrial sectors
Powder products made using spray dryer are surprisingly common.
For example, they include food, such as milk, coffee, miso, soy sauce, and eggs, etc.; detergents, and important ingredients contained therein, used to wash “electronic ceramics” used in mobile phones, electronic games, and computers, pharmaceuticals and cosmetics, and parts of machinery that produces vehicle parts and vehicles, etc.
Spray dryer technology plays an indispensable role in our daily lives, and we play an active part as an unsung hero in that technology.
Obtains granular products with good fluidity that do not contain fine powder through a combination with fluid granulating machines.
Amino acids seasonings, egg products, pharmaceuticals, herbal medicines
Obtains granulated products by switching spray dryer hot air to cold air, and spraying, cooling, and solidifying liquids melted by heating.
Fatty acids, fatty acid amides, waxes, monoglycerides, PVC stabilizers, special resins, metallic soaps
Waxes (spray-cooling granulating)
Obtains granulated products by using spray dryer hot air to concentrate sprayed droplets and bring them to crystal precipitation temperature.
Sugars such as glucose, etc., medicines
Glucose (spray crystallization)
Capsulated particles are obtained by mixing nucleic substances and coating materials, and then adjusting and spraying stock solutions.
Pharmaceuticals, pressure sensitive paper ink, fragrances, dyes, oils, adhesives, paints
Vitamins (micro capsules)
Sprays reaction liquids into hot gas, such as exhaust gas, and recovers the liquids as dried powder by causing a reaction with exhaust gas components, etc.
For cooling coal boiler exhaust gas, exhaust gas from incinerators, and exhaust gas
When metal oxide slurries are atomized in high-temperature atmospheres of around 1,000ºC, highly pure fine particles are obtained quickly.
Fine ceramics, superconducting materials, electronic component materials, battery materials
Melts and smooths rough particle surfaces using heated air.
Resins, paints, fatty acids, waxes
Vitamins (powder sizing)