Spray drying is a technology used in the food, pharmaceutical, pigment and catalyst industries to produce small particles of controlled size. The atomized solution or slurry is introduced into the chamber as a spray. The chamber can be heated, or heated with a sprayed carrier gas, or both. As the spray solvent evaporates, the dried particles are left behind and collected. This method can be used to produce porous particles, microencapsulated particles, hollow microspheres, and agglomerated “blackberry” morphological particles. The particles can be a single composition or a composite or composite composition.
Cheersonic’s ultrasonic atomization drying equipment includes an ultrasonic power generator and a nozzle system. In addition, Cheersonic can be equipped with other ancillary equipment for spray drying systems, including heating chambers, pumps, dispersing equipment, and more.