roller drying

roller drying

[′rō·lər ‚drī·iŋ]
(chemical engineering)
A method used to dry milk for purposes other than human consumption; concentrated milk is fed between two heated and narrowly spaced stainless steel rollers, the adhering thin film of milk dries as the rollers turn and is scraped off the roller by a doctor blade.
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The subject of the public contract is the supply of technological equipment - roller drying and peeling line.
Using a roller drying process, the slurry is transformed into cereal flakes and held in intermediate bin storage ahead of the finished product blending and mixing installation.