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 I first talked about drying a long time ago in the blog called “Don’t Forget Drying.”  In that blog, I stressed the importance of drying as a part of the cleaning process.  In some cases, changes in the cleaning process can affect drying but, for now, let’s just concentrate on drying

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drying | the effect of temperature on relative humidity

Drying simply means removing liquid remaining on the parts as a result of the cleaning and rinsing process.  This is accomplished in one of two ways.  One is physical removal.  Physical removal of liquids may be as simple as placing the part in an orientation that will allow liquid to drain due to gravity.  Or, it may involve using a blast of air or some other means such as centrifugal force or vibration to cause removal of liquid from the part being dried.  The other (and probably more common) method of drying is evaporation.  Evaporation of liquid is usually enhanced through the use of heat and the movement of air over the parts

At first, drying by evaporation would seem very simple.  The evaporation of liquids, after all, is nothing spectacular.  It’s a process we see every day.  It rains, the sidewalk gets wet.  The rain stops and the sun comes out and the water on the sidewalk evaporates and is gone.  Voila!  A deeper look, however, reveals that there is more to evaporation than one might think.  The rate of evaporation depends on temperature doesn’t it?  The higher the temperature, the faster evaporation takes place?  Well, actually, yes but in fact no!  The rate of evaporation is actually driven by the relative humidity to a greater degree than by temperature.  But, in fact, the two are inter-related.  As the temperature of air is increased, it can absorb more liquid and, therefore, the relative humidity is decreased.  Lower relative humidity promotes faster drying.  The following chart and graph which both show essentially the same data are very interesting

It is a common mis-belief that air can “hold” more water as the temperature is increased.  In fact, air no more “holds” water than does a sponge.  If a sponge is submerged in water and squeezed several times, the water displaces air from the cells of the sponge and, eventually, water occupies all of the internal spaces of the sponge.  The sponge is “saturated” with water.  When the sponge is removed from the water, a large percentage of the water will drain out as there is nothing really “holding” it in the sponge.  Air at 100% humidity is saturated with water.  If a volume of air saturated with water is heated, the level of saturation is decreased and the air requires additional moisture to again become saturated (or less unsaturated if you’re left-handed).  Air that is saturated with water is at a relative humidity of 100%.  Air that contains only 50% of the water required to be fully saturated is at a relative humidity of 50%.  Similarly, if the temperature of a volume of air that is saturated is reduced, water comes out of the air as a fog or water droplets.  The “dew point” is the temperature at which air becomes fully saturated.  In weather terms, this is when it rains

drying | the effect of temperature on relative humidity

Relative humidity in percent is the total water required for a volume of air divided by the amount of water that would be required to be totally saturate that volume of air.  In drying, it is important to understand the role of both temperature and humidity and how they are related.  I will explore this more in the next blog

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industrial food drying machines & commercial dehydrator

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industrial food drying machines & commercial dehydrator

That depends on a number of variables so there is no fixed answer to this question. There are some factors for your reference. ♦ The water content of the materials ♦ The sugar content of materials ♦ The size of the piece of raw materials ♦ the temperature you want to dry at ♦ the surrounding environment ♦ the desired texture of the end result ♦ The most important is that whether the dryer you chose is suitable for drying

Generally speaking, food drying is the least damaging form of food preservation. Here are some specifics: ♦ Vitamin A is retained during the drying process. ♦ The caloric value of a fresh food stays the same when it is dried. Some dried foods, fruits, for example, taste sweeter because the water has been removed and the sugar is concentrated. ♦ Dried fruits and vegetables are high in fiber and carbohydrates, neither of which is affected by drying. ♦ Dried fruits and vegetables are naturally low in fat

The best way to identify if the material is dried well is to touch it by hand. They will be sticky, moist, leathery, or hard. When touching foods for dryness, remember food feels softer when warm; therefore, always let food cool for a few moments. If you are not sure if the material is sufficiently dried, please remember that it’s better to overdry than to under dry

industrial food drying machines & commercial dehydrator

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the process - how freeze-drying works | howstuffworks

The fundamental principle in freeze-drying is sublimation, the shift from a solid directly into a gas. Just like evaporation, sublimation occurs when a molecule gains enough energy to break free from the molecules around it. Water will sublime from a solid (ice) to a gas (vapor) when the molecules have enough energy to break free but the conditions aren't right for a liquid to form

There are two major factors that determine what phase (solid, liquid or gas) a substance will take: heat and atmospheric pressure. For a substance to take any particular phase, the temperature and pressure must be within a certain range. Without these conditions, that phase of the substance can't exist. The chart below shows the necessary pressure and temperature values of different phases of water

the process - how freeze-drying works | howstuffworks

You can see from the chart that water can take a liquid form at sea level (where pressure is equal to 1 atm) if the temperature is in between the sea level freezing point (32 degrees Fahrenheit or 0 degrees Celsius) and the sea level boiling point (212 F or 100 C). But if you increase the temperature above 32 F while keeping the atmospheric pressure below .06 atmospheres (ATM), the water is warm enough to thaw, but there isn't enough pressure for a liquid to form. It becomes a gas

This is exactly what a freeze-drying machine does. A typical machine consists of a freeze-drying chamber with several shelves attached to heating units, a freezing coil connected to a refrigerator compressor, and a vacuum pump

With most machines, you place the material to be preserved onto the shelves when it is still unfrozen. When you seal the chamber and begin the process, the machine runs the compressors to lower the temperature in the chamber. The material is frozen solid, which separates the water from everything around it, on a molecular level, even though the water is still present

the process - how freeze-drying works | howstuffworks

Next, the machine turns on the vacuum pump to force air out of the chamber, lowering the atmospheric pressure below .06 ATM. The heating units apply a small amount of heat to the shelves, causing the ice to change phase. Since the pressure is so low, the ice turns directly into water vapor. The water vapor flows out of the freeze-drying chamber, past the freezing coil. The water vapor condenses onto the freezing coil in solid ice form, in the same way water condenses as frost on a cold day. (See How Refrigerators Work for more information on condensers and refrigeration coils.)

This continues for many hours (even days) while the material gradually dries out. The process takes so long because overheating the material can significantly change the composition and structure. Additionally, accelerating the sublimation process could produce more water vapor in a period of time then the pumping system can remove from the chamber. This could rehydrate the material somewhat, degrading its quality

Once the material is dried sufficiently, it's sealed in a moisture-free package, often with an oxygen-absorbing material. As long as the package is secure, the material can sit on a shelf for years and years without degrading, until it's restored to its original form with a bit of water (a very small amount of moisture remains, so the material will eventually spoil). If everything works correctly, the material will go through the entire process almost completely unscathed!

the process - how freeze-drying works | howstuffworks

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