Using thermal separation based on convection or conduction for atmospheric or vacuum drying, fluidized bed, or belt and drum drying. Vacuum drying can include evaporation of liquid or hot media evaporation, or combinations of these, with mixing and homogenization steps if needed. Fluidized bed, or belt and drum drying, can also feature contact drying when needed.
Contact dryers that are batch operated in an extremely gentle manner with slow agitation, for high viscosity slurries. Ideal for temperature-sensitive products, since vacuum can be used to lower the boiling point. Highly suitable for foodstuffs, API, and any other low abrasion materials.
Excellent for continuous drying of granulated, pasty or toxic materials. Commonly used for a wide variety of applications, including drying, heating, cooling, reacting, roasting, cooking/braising, calcining, sterilizing, etc.