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Dehumidification of yeast production

Fine yeast extract is incredible sensitive to moisture, so it has to be very dry where the yeast is produced. Which means that dehumidified air is a great solution.

When it comes to yeast production many factories’ have problem with moisture in their workshop. That is because fine yeast extract is incredible sensitive to moisture, so it has to be very dry where the yeast is produced. Which means that when the warm and humid outside ambient air gets inside the machines often have to be stopped because the air filters are getting sticky by the yeast. The humid air can also contribute to the risk of the extract forming lumps when it is cooling off. But the dry air assures production quality and allows the same production rate to be maintained all year around.

The benefits of dehumidifier yeast production are many, some examples are:

  • Constant production conditions all year round
  • No moisture regains during cooling of the product
  • No sticking
  • No filter clogging
  • Right product quality
  • No need to invest in a chiller
  • Easy to check the dehumidification operation thanks to internet connection