Drying complexes

Drying complex

When it is necessary to dry biomaterials qualitatively and quickly, and simply speaking raw materials, then without drying complexes can not do. They are used for drying sawdust, trimming, branches, wastes of chipboard, chipboard, lamellae, veneer and other waste of furniture or agricultural production. Thus, raw materials for future biofuels – pellets and briquettes are being prepared. Drying complexes can also be divided by capacity (which means how many kilograms per hour the machine is capable of drying), as well as the percentage moisture content of raw materials (up to 65%).

Drying complexes: briefly about the product
Depending on the production needs, it is necessary to choose how powerful this technique should be. You can also make a list of units for the principle of “what they use”. It is about raw materials that are drying. So there are:

  •  Drying complex for sawdust;
  •  Drying complex for shaving;
  •  Cod drying complex;
  •  Drying complex for trimming;
  •  Drying complex for ottortsovki;
  •  Drying complex for both;
  •  Drying complex for low-grade wood;
  •  Drying complex for firewood;
  •  Drying complex for branches;
  •  Drying complex for veneer waste;
  •  Drying complex for furniture production wastes;
  •  Drying complex for waste of DVP;
  •  Drying complex for waste chipboard;
  •  Drying complex for lamella waste;
  •  Drying complex for waste from a joiner’s plate;
  •  Drying complex for both sides;
  •  Drying complex for waste of plywood production.

What should I look for?
Queries must be clearly stated before purchasing the drying complex directly.

  •  It is essential to pay attention to the power and performance of the unit. Recall: it is about how much raw material the complex can dry over a period of time (often an hour).
  •  Consider the dimensions of the equipment itself and where it will be placed.
  •  We do not forget about energy consumption, which directly affects the cost of production.

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