IN food, pharmaceutical and many other industries, spraying and spray-drying stages are critical in obtaining required quality levels.
In developing new products and production processes, the scaling up of spray results obtained from the laboratory, to full-scale production, often requires further analysis.
This service is now available from Spraying Systems.
As an example, a pharmaceutical company wanted to introduce a spray drying process which it had found to meet its requirement in the pilot plant stage.
A similar droplet size distribution had to be maintained while increasing throughput by a factor of 4.
Spraying Systems' research services investigated a suitable production solution and by fully characterising the model 1/8JJAU nozzles, determined that its droplet size distribution and velocity, when taken into consideration with fluid properties, was likely to satisfy the client's needs.
This was confirmed by an extensive evaluation.