Spray drying is one of the most common techniques for industrial drying and is used across many industries. Diverse products such as milk, ceramics, salts and food additives, as well as inorganic and organic chemicals like lithium, fertilizer and plastic polymers, are examples of the thousands of materials that are commonly spray dried.
This webinar will review the reasons why spray drying is such a popular technique and provide background for the fundamentals of the process. We will present an overview of spray drying in general and discuss atomization techniques. We will also cover troubleshooting of common problems found in spray drying systems.
Here's what we will review:
- A brief history of spray drying
- Fundamentals of spray drying
- What happens in a spray dryer
- Operating parameters and their effects
- Common problems in spray drying
Matthew Walter, Sales Engineer – Chemicals, North America
Manish Shah, Senior Process Engineer – Chemicals, North America
John Eleftherakis, National Sales Director – Chemicals, North America