For the manufacturing of fruit powder, Kerone is a top provider of spray dryers to the food and beverage sector. At Kerone, we manufacture spray dryers that range in complexity from simple to extremely complicated, depending on the fluid or slurries being processed. The atomization, airstream pattern, air heating systems/technique, separation and collecting unit, and other design elements differ. Spray dryers are primarily made up of a drying chamber, an atomization and dispersion system for supplying fluid into the chamber in tiny droplets, an air heating system, and a separating unit to gather the dried output.
Spray dryers are machines that are commonly used in the food industry to convert liquid or semi-liquid materials into a dry powder form. In the context of fruit powders, spray dryers are used to produce powders made from fruit juice, puree, or concentrate.
The process of spray drying involves first creating a liquid mixture of the fruit material, which is then sprayed into a heated chamber using a nozzle. The heat in the chamber causes the water in the mixture to evaporate rapidly, leaving behind a fine, dry powder.
Spray dryers are popular for producing fruit powders because they allow for precise control over the size and shape of the powder particles, as well as the moisture content of the final product. This makes it possible to create powders with consistent quality and texture, which can be used in a variety of food products, such as baked goods, confectioneries, and beverages. Additionally, fruit powders produced by spray drying have a longer shelf life and can be stored more easily than liquid or puree forms of the fruit.Application