Spray Coolers

GEA has a long history supplying Spray Coolers to producers of melts - oils and fats, glycerines, etc. - all over the world. Our supply includes spray cooling plants for bulk product as well as for advanced special applications.

Spray cooling or spray congealing is defined as a melt transition from soft or fluid state to rigid or solid powder form. Spray cooling is applied for encapsulation and because melts are much easier to handle - transport, dose and store - when available in powder form. 

Examples of spray cooled products:

  • Essential oils
  • Carotenoides
  • Sterols
  • Marine oils
  • Omega 3/6 oils
  • Terpernoides and Lipids such as glycerines, mono di and triglycerides, phospholipids and others 
  • Hydrates
  • Inorganic/organic melts
  • Quaternary ammonium compounds
  • Stearic acid/stearates and Waxes

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