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Fluid Air Scientists are Featured Presenters in June at the 10th International Granulation Workshop, ICEF14, and 8th Microbiome Movement Drug Development Summit Events

Advances in spray drying technology to be highlighted at upcoming European and US conferences


Jun 23

Naperville, IL, June 16, 2023Fluid Air, a division of Spraying Systems Co., is pleased to announce that three electrostatic spray drying specialists will be presenting lab research around processing bioactive compounds and microbiome-based therapeutics at industry events in France, the United Kingdom and the United States.

On June 21, 2023, at 3:05pm BST, Elodie Beaupeux, European process engineer, will present “Electrostatic Spray Drying: Advantages for Thermosensitive Actives” at the 10th International Granulation Workshop in Sheffield, UK. Attendees will gain a better understanding of the benefits of electrostatic spray drying compared to freeze drying and conventional spray drying of bioactive compounds including better storage stability, immobilization efficiency, and reduced production costs. Research on drying probiotics and monoclonal antibodies, conducted with Toulouse University and Lorraine University, will be featured. Registration is still open.

On June 22, 2023, at 3:00pm CEST, Audrey Maudhuit, PhD, European process engineer, will present “Alternative Drying Technology for Thermosensitive Active Compounds” at ICEF14 in Nantes, France. Maudhuit will be highlighting data quantifying the benefits of electrostatic spray drying to avoid degradation of active compounds such as probiotics, enzymes, and DHA oil. The life cycle of electrostatic spray drying on an industrial scale will also be evaluated. Registration is still available.

On June 30, 3023, at 12:30pm EDT, Jyothi Rangineni, PhD, North American senior process scientist, will present “Processing Microbiome-Based Therapeutics” at the 8th Microbiome Movement Drug Development Summit in Boston, MA. Attendees will learn how electrostatic spray drying can create powders of microbiome-based therapeutics with increased stability, high viability, enhanced microencapsulation, and improved powder quality. Registration is still available.

“As an organization, we are committed to bringing more sustainable and efficient drying solutions to powder manufacturers worldwide,” said Michel Thenin, president, Fluid Air. “We are grateful for these platforms to share this important data on the powerful benefits of electrostatic spray drying technology and look forward to networking with fellow industry professionals at these events.”

Fluid Air has 40 years of experience developing equipment and custom solutions used for modifying and creating powders and particles. Its technology is used daily to help the pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, food, fine chemical, agriculture, and biopharmaceutical industries.