Spray drying is one among the many methods to produce ceramic particles with controllable morphology. High purity spherical particles can be produced from the already made fine particles. Also, spray drying can convert liquid feed to dry powder directly by spraying to a hot stream of air and separated through the cyclonic air flow. Spray drying is a suitable technique for fast, reliable and consistent preparation of bioceramics for bone substitutes, dental cements and similar medical devices. Prevest Research Institute is having a Spray dryer having capacity of 3-5 kg/Hr water evaporation rate.