Frost Prevention in Freezing and Cold Storage with Humidity Control

Increased Productivity in Spray Drying Applications


During summer, when moisture content in the air is high, spray drying operating conditions are less advantageous than in winter, when it is low.

In humid conditions there is a greater tendency for the powder to become sticky and cause more downtime.

Obtaining stability and achieving a consistant quality output is desirable in the spray drying process and it is necessary to control all operation parameters. However, one parameter that has been difficult to control is the moisture content of incoming air.

Download this free whitepaper to find out more about Munters' solution for maintaining low moisture content throughout the year.

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