A GEA Niro drying plant is made up state-of-the-art parts and components designed to meet the strictest standards and regulations. Together with our process engineering and project execution competencies, this ensure that a GEA Niro plant fulfills the needs of the most ambitious customers.
We are continuously improving our products and services to benefit our customers, and we strive to stay ahead by using the latest tools in our product development.
Advanced Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulations - based on our propretary DRYNETICS™ method - is applied in the design of new components and spray dryers. DRYNETICS™ allows us to incorporate real-world measurements into the CFD software, and thereby simulate the drying process with unprecedented accuracy to develop better parts, components and complete drying plants.