Spray drying

EFFICIENCY & QUALITY

Processing top quality spray dried powders shouldn’t mean having to compromise on efficiency. Our spray dryers are designed to help reduce waste and product loss, boost yield and overall productivity, and of course, give you great results.

Inspection of the spray drying process at Cremo. Photo: STEMUTZ PHOTO

Focus on efficiency, and stay in control

We’ve developed a raft of components and systems to help you optimize your spray drying process.

GEA OptiPartner is an advanced process control solution designed to help improve the productivity and efficiency of your powder spray drying plant, and reduce relative energy use. GEA HotSwirl technology can give you more consistent heating, while GEA Clean Purge and CEE cyclone technologies configured into our spray dryers could help increase yield, and potentially reduce consumption of water and chemicals. Our SANICIP® II bag filter and No Intervention Fines Return System (NIFRS) further help to reduce product loss, and improve productivity and final powder quality.

Spray dryer plant upgrades

While our innovations can be built into a new GEA spray drying plant, we may well be able to upgrade your exiting spray dryer, so you could significantly improve your process without having to invest in a new plant. 

 

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GEA OptiPartner process optimization

Spray drying, optimized

OptiPartner's integration of advanced algorithms and human expertise has led to remarkable results, including up to an 80% stability boost, 10% production increase, and 10% reductions in energy consumption.

Webinar on-demand: Powder Recovery

During this webinar you will:

  • Discover how you can improve on yield, reliability and safety at the same time
  • Gain insights into some of the latest innovations that will benefit your plant and your business

Webinar on-demand: Improving efficiency in spray drying

During this webinar you will: 

  • Gain insights into ways in which you can make your spray drying plant run for longer 
  • Learn about the latest technologies that can benefit your plant efficiency

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