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Not Chrome Plated. Drums rated 8. MAWP 12 bar. Drum speed 1. Two 2 discharge augers. Approximately Includes 1 knife scraper with blade, end drum scrapers, manually adjustable. Includes CIP spray cleaning system, discharge belt conveyor mm wide x mm long, freon Teflon scraper, 30 kw at 22 rpm, 41 more info Dual knife scraper, top fume hood, edge guides, 2 approximate 9" wide x 10 long side mounted discharge rubber belt conveyors and panel. Frame mounted on 4 legs. Complete with pipes, valves and additional infrastructure, New year Driven by 1.
Dryer is equipped with stainless steel hood. Hydraulic bearing lube system. Top fume hood with 2 16", 2 4" openings. Jacketed stainless steel trough with 4 side access doors. Mounted on a carbon steel frame. Includes discharge conveyor, driven by a 3 hp, rpm gear motor, Bolt-on top fume hood with 2 16", 2 4" openings. Includes discharge conveyor, approximate trough " long x 15" wide x 16" deep, 14" diameter x " long screw on 4" diameter shaft.
Jacketed stainless steel trough with 4 side access doors, rated psi 12 Bar at Includes CIP spray cleaning system, discharge belt conveyor mm wide x mm long, freon Teflon scraper, 30 kw at 22 rpm, volt. Manufactured We pay "Top Dollar" for your idle process equipment! Fill out our form and our buying team will get back to you.
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Press Enter to Search. Double Drum Dryer. Stock Approximate rating Each rated psi Single Drum Dryer Roll Only. Rated psi Dia in : Dia in : 78 Width in : Stock Used- Double Drum Dryer. Remove Search Filter. Used- Bufflovak 6" x 8" Single Drum Flaker. Dia in :. Material: ss. Width in : Material: Cast Iron. Bad Berleburg. Rainer Eckerle B8xgheog We offer 8 different ovens. All ovens are in working condition and can be viewed in Breda NL. Technical data: Operating temperature: up to max.
Different hot air dryers with 50, , L container with or without stand Bvsvbcdar7. Rainer Eckerle. KT 50 Mobile small dryer Drying of hygroscopic plastics at low throughput rates directly on the processing machine. The extremely dry air from the DAS device is transported into the sealed tool room and significantly increases the productivity and quality of your products. This means that there is no condensation on your cooled tool and on plastic parts. Berlin, Germany.
Connected load: 5. Dehumidifying system Moretto SX Moretto SX27 Dehumidifying system for technical polymers Xh3z0n2d. Heilbronn, Germany. Pegnitz, Germany. Rotor width: approx. Rainer Eckerle Bflpsgk83m. Two-stage mold dehumidification Eisbar DAS11 14kw m3. Two-stage mold dehumidification The extremely dry air from the DAS is transported to the enclosed mold area; it significantly increases the productivity and quality of your products.
As a result, no condensation forms on your cooled mold or on plastic parts. Stassfurt, Germany. We offer here a Koch central conveyor and drying alnage as a complete system for self-collectors. The plant consists of: material bins -1 CKT granulate dryer 12 containers -1 additional granulate dryer with heat exchanger 4 bins conveyors to the material bins -Automatic station from the plant to the machines Bq2vrfbxwd -Central control -2 filtering units -3 pumps -Miscellaneous pipes and valves.
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Tumble dryers can also be top loading, in which the drum is loaded from the top of the machine and the drum's ends are in the left and right sides, instead of the more conventional front and rear. They can be as thin as 40 cm in width, and may include detachable racks for drying items like plush toys and footwear. These centrifuge machines simply spin their drums much faster than a typical washer could, in order to extract additional water from the load.
They may remove more water in two minutes than a heated tumbler dryer can in twenty, thus saving significant amounts of time and energy. Although spinning alone will not completely dry clothing, this additional step saves a worthwhile amount of time and energy for large laundry operations such as those of hospitals. Just as in a tumble dryer, condenser or condensation dryers pass heated air through the load.
However, instead of exhausting this air, the dryer uses a heat exchanger to cool the air and condense the water vapor into either a drain pipe or a collection tank. The drier air is run through the loop again. The heat exchanger typically uses ambient air as its coolant, therefore the heat produced by the dryer will go into the immediate surroundings instead of the outside, increasing the room temperature. In some designs, cold water is used in the heat exchanger, eliminating this heating, but requiring increased water usage.
Because the heat exchange process simply cools the internal air using ambient air or cold water in some cases , it will not dry the air in the internal loop to as low a level of humidity as typical fresh, ambient air. As a consequence of the increased humidity of the air used to dry the load, this type of dryer requires somewhat more time than a tumble dryer.
Condenser dryers are a particularly attractive option where long, intricate ducting would be required to vent the dryer. A closed-cycle heat pump clothes dryer uses a heat pump to dehumidify the processing air. Such dryers typically use under half the energy per load of a condenser dryer. Whereas condensation dryers use a passive heat exchanger cooled by ambient air, these dryers use a heat pump. The hot, humid air from the tumbler is passed through a heat pump where the cold side condenses the water vapor into either a drain pipe or a collection tank and the hot side reheats the air afterward for re-use.
In this way not only does the dryer avoid the need for ducting, but it also conserves much of its heat within the dryer instead of exhausting it into the surroundings. As with condensation dryers, the heat exchanger will not dry the internal air to as low a level of humidity as the typical ambient air. With respect to ambient air, the higher humidity of the air used to dry the clothes has the effect of increasing drying times; however, because heat pump dryers conserve much of the heat of the air they use, the already-hot air can be cycled more quickly, possibly leading to shorter drying times than tumble dryers, depending on the model.
A new type of dryer in development, these machines are a more advanced version of heat pump dryers. Instead of using hot air to dry the clothing, mechanical steam compression dryers use water recovered from the clothing in the form of steam. The wet steam that results purges the system of air and is the only remaining atmosphere in the tumbler. As wet steam exits the tumbler, it is mechanically compressed hence the name to extract water vapor and transfer the heat of vaporization to the remaining gaseous steam.
This pressurized, gaseous steam is then allowed to expand, and is superheated before being injected back into the tumbler where its heat causes more water to vaporize from the clothing, creating more wet steam and restarting the cycle. Like heat pump dryers, mechanical steam compression dryers recycle much of the heat used to dry the clothes, and they operate in a very similar range of efficiency as heat pump dryers.
Both types can be over twice as efficient as conventional tumble dryers. The considerably higher temperatures used in mechanical steam compression dryers result in drying times on the order of half as long as those of heat pump dryers.
Marketed by some manufacturers as a "static clothes drying technique", convectant dryers simply consist of a heating unit at the bottom, a vertical chamber, and a vent at top. The unit heats air at the bottom, reducing its relative humidity , and the natural tendency of hot air to rise brings this low-humidity air into contact with the clothes. This design is slow, but relatively energy-efficient. It is only marginally faster than line-drying.
The solar dryer is a box-shaped stationary construction which encloses a second compartment where the clothes are held. It uses the sun's heat without direct sunlight reaching the clothes. Alternatively, a solar heating box may be used to heat air that is driven through a conventional tumbler dryer.
Japanese manufacturers [ citation needed ] have developed highly efficient clothes dryers that use microwave radiation to dry the clothes though a vast majority of Japanese air dry their laundry. Most of the drying is done using microwaves to evaporate the water, but the final drying is done by convection heating, to avoid problems of arcing with metal pieces in the laundry. Some analysts think that the arcing and fabric damage is a factor preventing microwave dryers from being developed for the US market.
Ultrasonic dryers use high-frequency signals to drive piezoelectric actuators in order to mechanically shake the clothes, releasing water in the form of a mist which is then removed from the drum. They have the potential to significantly cut energy consumption while needing only one-third of the time needed by a conventional electric dryer for a given load. Some manufacturers, like LG Electronics and Whirlpool, have introduced hybrid dryers, that offer the user the option of using either a heat pump or a traditional electric heating element for drying the user's clothes.
Hybrid dryers can also use a heat pump and a heating element at the same time to dry clothes faster. Clothes dryers can cause static cling , through the triboelectric effect. This can be a minor nuisance and is often a symptom of over-drying textiles to an extremely low humidity level. Fabric conditioners and dryer sheets are marketed to correct this condition. A hand-cranked clothes dryer was created in by M. Pochon from France.
Altorfer invented what is likely the first electric clothes dryer in Ross Moore, an inventor from North Dakota , developed designs for automatic clothes dryers during the early 20th century. His design for an electrically operated dryer was developed and released to the public in Moisture and lint are byproducts of the tumble drying process and are pulled from the drum by a fan motor and then pushed through the remaining exhaust conduit to the exterior termination fitting.
Typical exhaust conduit comprises flex transition hose found immediately behind the dryer, the 4-inch mm rigid galvanized pipe and elbow fittings found within the wall framing, and the vent duct hood found outside the house. A clean, unobstructed dryer vent improves the safety and efficiency of the dryer. As the dryer duct pipe becomes partially obstructed and filled with lint, drying time increases and causes the dryer to overheat and waste energy.
In extreme cases, a blocked vent may result in a fire. Clothes dryers are one of the more costly home appliances to operate. Several factors can contribute to or accelerate rapid lint build-up. These include long or restrictive ducts, bird or rodent nests in the termination, crushed or kinked flex transition hose, terminations with screen-like features, and condensation within the duct due to un-insulated ducts traveling through cold spaces, such as a crawl space or attic.
If plastic flaps are at the outside end of the duct, one may be able to flex, bend, and temporarily remove the plastic flaps, clean the inside surface of the flaps, clean the last foot or so of the duct, and reattach the plastic flaps. The plastic flaps keep insects, birds, and snakes  out of the dryer vent pipe.
During cold weather, the warm wet air condenses on the plastic flaps, and minor trace amounts of lint sticks to the wet inside part of the plastic flaps at the outside of the building. Ventless dryers include multi-stage lint filtration systems and some even include automatic evaporator and condenser cleaning functions that can run even while the dryer is running.
The evaporator and condenser are usually cleaned with running water. These systems are necessary, in order to prevent lint from building up inside the dryer and evaporator and condenser coils. Dryers expose flammable materials to heat. Underwriters Laboratories  recommends cleaning the lint filter after every cycle for safety and energy efficiency, provision of adequate ventilation, and cleaning of the duct at regular intervals.
In the United States, the U. Fire Administration  in a report estimated that from to , fire departments responded to an estimated 2, clothes dryer fires in residential buildings each year across the nation. To address the problem of clothes dryer fires, a fire suppression system can be used with sensors to detect the change in temperature when a blaze starts in a dryer drum. These sensors then activate a water vapor mechanism to put out the fire.
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