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To achieve reasonable shell formation in dry powder coating processes, particle size of the coating polymer represents a crucial parameter. The selection of an appropriate method, to obtain dry powders with a controlled mean size and a determined size distribution, appears crucial for the development of a high efficiency of dry powder coating processes.

The spray-drying approach is suitable for a large array of products including heat-sensitive or heat-resistant and water-soluble or water-insoluble materials, as well as to low and high molecular weight compounds, including a variety of polymers Spray drying is based on the atomization of a polymeric solution eventually containing an active ingredient, in the form of solution or suspension within a drying chamber.

A stream of heated air usually in coflow with the atomized polymer transforms the small droplets in solid microparticles by a rapid evaporation of the solvent. Finally, the formed microparticles are separated from the heating air by a cyclone separator and conveniently collected.

Previous studies describing coating approaches based on dry powder coating technology were focused on the use of two main classes of coating material: semisynthetic cellulose derivates e. Starch and its derivates are particularly attractive as possible coating material since they represent a class of additives largely employed for pharmaceutics as well as food applications.

Starch is one of the largest naturally existing substances, and it can be used as film-forming polymer being natural and biorenewable. Applications of starch films and coatings, by conventional spray coating processes, are commonly used since they are edible, odorless, tasteless, colorless, nontoxic, and biodegradable 13 , Summarizing, this paper describes a the production of modified starch particles by spray-drying technique; b the evaluation of the influence of different operating parameters on particle characteristics, namely, dimension, morphology, and recovery; and finally c the validation of the produced spray-dried starch particles in a dry powder coating process.New York: Blackie Academic and Professional, — Per cubic foot 1 kg per Sauter mean diameter D32 The diameter of the liter.

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