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freeze drying

1st April 2013


Freeze drying is an excellent method for preserving material that are unstable in the presence of water. It is particularly suitable for products which are sensitive to heat, subject to oxidation or just sensitive.

The freeze drying takes place by sublimation of water at low temperature and vacuum.

During this process fluid never evolves which has significant benefits for the product such as:

€ Instant and complete re-hydration.

€ Preservation of colour, shape and texture.

€ Retention of aroma, flavour, taste, vitamins.

€ Long shelf life, due to low residual moisture.

Brückner-Werke can also assist with contract processing as follows: drying; blending; cutting/granulating; sieving; milling; sorting by hand; colour sorting; air-separation; metal detection; fumigation; heat treatment; repackaging.

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Brückner-Werke KG is based in Hamburg, Germany. www.brueckner-werke.com





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