Low-Temperature Spray Drying for Microencapsulation

Fluid Air’s PolarDry spray dryers use electrostatic technology, providing low-temperature spray drying, encapsulation, and selective agglomeration in the creation of particles.
Oct 02, 2017
By Pharmaceutical Technology Editors
Volume 41, Issue 10, pg 14

Fluid Air’s PolarDry spray dryers use electrostatic technology, providing low-temperature spray drying, encapsulation, and selective agglomeration in the creation of particles. According to the company, the brand’s technology improves morphology, bulk density, shelf life, processing, emissions, and has low energy consumption. Applications include API production where high temperature is a limiting factor, and new avenues for drug delivery where perfect encapsulation is a must.

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