According to the physical and chemical characteristics of the salt and the demands and needs of different industries, the most suitable salt will be used for each process, although for its extensive range of particle sizes and classifications, generally it is sea salt the one with the largest applications and uses within this consumer sector.
Sea Salts > Wet Salts
Are all those Sea Salts that have not undergone an artificial drying process and some retain the natural moisture content up to a maximum of 4% and others only suffered a centrifuge process with a maximum moisture level of 2%.
They are classified according to grain size from largest to smallest and physicochemical characteristics in accordance with their data sheet.
Sea Salts > Dry Salts
Are all those Sea Salts which have undergone a process of spinning, drying and sieving to select a specific granulometry.Their main characteristic is a maximum moisture content of 0.3%. Dried Sea Salts are classified according to grain size, (from smallest to largest), and physicochemical characteristics in accordance with their Data Sheet.