Jetspray FBD sampling valves are designed to meet the specific needs of the pharmaceutical industry. FBD sampling valves are designed to take representative samples of the product during the drying process. The valves are mounted on the side of the fluid bed dryer and are used to take samples from the top, middle, and bottom of the product bed. The samples are then collected in a container and analyzed to ensure that the desired drying level has been achieved.
The Fluid Bed Dryer is a crucial part of the production process (FBD). Granules, powders, and pellets are dried using hot air in a fluid bed dryer. To make sure the necessary drying level has been reached, it is crucial to take samples during the process. The FBD sampling valve comes into play in this case.
The sampling valve is a closed-loop system that is sealed by a pneumatic actuator. The valve is actuated by compressed air, which opens and closes the valve. It is connected to a stainless-steel tube, which is inserted into the fluid bed dryer. The tube is designed to take samples from various locations within the fluid bed dryer, ensuring that the samples are representative of the entire batch.
During the manufacturing process, samples are taken to ensure that the desired drying level has been achieved. This is necessary to ensure that the final product meets the required standards and specifications. FBD sampling valves are used to take these samples, which must be representative of the entire batch. If the samples are not representative, the entire batch may be rejected, leading to significant financial losses.
In conclusion, Jetspray's FBD sampling valves are essential for ensuring the purity and quality of products in the pharmaceutical industry. Our FBD sampling valves are designed with high-quality materials, providing durability and reliability in the harsh conditions of the manufacturing process. By choosing Jetspray's FBD sampling valves, you can have confidence that your products meet the required standards and specifications, reducing the risk of batch rejection and ensuring the success of your pharmaceutical manufacturing process.