Dryers are almost synonymous with evaporators, but both differ in terms of operation. Evaporators are distinctive from dryers as the final concentrate discharged from an evaporator is always in a liquid state. On the other hand, the output discharged from a dryer is in a solid state. Whether you operate in R&D or quality control, based on our experience and knowledge we offer tailor-made solutions to cover a wide range of distinct needs and achieve highest convenience.
|Freeze Drying||Vacuum Evaporation||Spray Drying||Heating|
|drying Temperature||< collaps temperature||RT - 220 °C||RT - 220 °C||40-200 °C|