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SOAP DRYING AND COOLING
After the Saponification, the obtained soap is hot and in liquid form; at this point of the process the soap is solidified and transformed in soap noodles, soap flakes or directly in extruded soap bars. Cold process soap is left in the molds for 1 day and it solidifies naturally and the day after is removed from the molds. In industrial process it is necessary to use a continuous solidification system, due to the high capacities of the industrials saponification plants. In soap industry 2 systems are used: the vacuum spray dryer (also called Soap Vacuum Dryer) and the Chill Rolls.

SOAP VACUUM DRYER vs CHILL ROLLS: ADVANTAGES OF THE 2 SYSTEMS
7. Soap Drying & Cooling


 
 
SOAP VACUUM DRYER
CHILL ROLLS
  • Possibility to adjust the moisture level and the TFM of the produced solid soap
  • Soap produced in this way has no dry specs, due to a very limited drying involved.
  • Less Kilowatt installed for the Water Chiller
  • Absence of steam consumption

  • Absence of vacuum system

  • Cheaper than Soap Vacuum Dryer

  • Easy to use system
 
 
 
 
 
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