Are you looking to reduce the temperature of your production process as quickly as possible?
During manufacturing processes, many delicate products are subjected to excessive heat, which can lead to degradation. Cooling with liquid nitrogen can be an effective answer.
For process cooling for heat control, you can use liquid nitrogen for rapid in-process cooling during many production steps, including fluids cooling and removing heat created by grinding.
Cryogenic reaction cooling provides refrigeration and low-temperature control for highly exothermic and cold-chemistry reactions.
Liquid nitrogen can also be used to prevent problems arising during manufacturing processes such as detergent manufacture. Spray drying with liquid nitrogen prevents the powder lumping together and ensures that additives do not evaporate. Temperature-controlled nitrogen gas can also help ensure active pharmaceutical ingredients do not degrade during sterile grinding processes.
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