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  • Flash Dryer

    Flash dryers have been used to dry products in many industries including agrifood, chemical, mineral. A broad range of feed materials including powders, cakes, granules, flakes, pastes, gels, and slurries can be processed. For slurries, pastes, or sticky materials, backmixing of the wet feed with a portion of dry product to produce a suitable ...

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  • Comparison of energy parameters in various dryers ...

    2014-11-1u2002·u2002Results of data analyses for drying of chamomile medicinal plant using a convective dryer showed low energy efficiency. According to Fig. 2, the maximum energy efficiency (6.76%) was achieved at 60 °C and 0.5 m/s air velocity, while the minimum value (1.91%) was at 40 °C and 1.5 m/s. Additionally, results shown in Fig. 2 indicate that increasing temperature …

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  • Combination dryers – KAESER KOMPRESSOREN

    Your advantages. Kaeser combination dryers only require some 50 % of the energy required by heat regenerated desiccant dryers and – incredibly – just 20 % of the energy used by heatless regenerated units. Combination dryers can be configured for virtually any application from standard models in our dryer range – a solution that saves ...

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  • Fundamentals of spray drying

    The second drying stage conducted in the fluid bed requires of course energy input, but in spite of the specific heat consumption being relatively high, after-drying of powder by fluid bed requires only 30 - 50% of that energy, which would have been required if the same drying had been conducted in the first or spray drying stage.

    Get Price
  • Combination dryers - KAESER COMPRESSORS Australia

    Your advantages. Maximum energy efficiency: Kaeser combination dryers only require some 50 % of the energy required by heat regenerated desiccant dryers and – incredibly – just 20 % of the energy used by heatless regenerated units. Cost-effective …

    Get Price
  • Heat regenerative desiccant dryers with up to 194.2 m³/min

    Energy-saving SECOTEC refrigeration dryers up to 8.25 m³/min; Energy-saving SECOTEC refrigeration dryers, 10.5 - 34 m³/min ... Your advantages. Highly energy efficient: DW-series desiccant dryers take advantage of the efficient reverse flow regeneration process and are additionally equipped with high-quality heat insulation.

    Get Price
  • Technical white papers from Kaeser Compressors

    This white paper compares rotary lobe and screw blowers, internal and external compression, and how to properly apply these technologies for designing an energy efficient system. Authors: Stephen Horne, Product Manager - Blowers, Kaeser Compressors, Inc. and Marcus Jungkunst, Blower Product Support, Kaeser Kompressoren.

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  • Infrared Heating in Food Drying: An Overview

    The drying time that required to reach the final moisture content of samples were 450, 390, 240, 180 and 150 min at the infrared power levels of 62, 74, 88, 104 and 125 W, respectively. The ...

    Get Price
  • Flash Dryer

    Flash dryers have been used to dry products in many industries including agrifood, chemical, mineral. A broad range of feed materials including powders, cakes, granules, flakes, pastes, gels, and slurries can be processed. For slurries, pastes, or sticky materials, backmixing of the wet feed with a portion of dry product to produce a suitable ...

    Get Price
  • Comparison of energy parameters in various dryers ...

    2014-11-1u2002·u2002Results of data analyses for drying of chamomile medicinal plant using a convective dryer showed low energy efficiency. According to Fig. 2, the maximum energy efficiency (6.76%) was achieved at 60 °C and 0.5 m/s air velocity, while the minimum value (1.91%) was at 40 °C and 1.5 m/s. Additionally, results shown in Fig. 2 indicate that increasing temperature decreased the …

    Get Price
  • Combination dryers – KAESER KOMPRESSOREN

    Your advantages. Kaeser combination dryers only require some 50 % of the energy required by heat regenerated desiccant dryers and – incredibly – just 20 % of the energy used by heatless regenerated units. Combination dryers can be configured for virtually any application from standard models in our dryer range – a solution that saves ...

    Get Price
  • Fundamentals of spray drying

    The second drying stage conducted in the fluid bed requires of course energy input, but in spite of the specific heat consumption being relatively high, after-drying of powder by fluid bed requires only 30 - 50% of that energy, which would have been required if the same drying had been conducted in the first or spray drying stage.

    Get Price
  • Combination dryers - KAESER COMPRESSORS Australia

    Your advantages. Maximum energy efficiency: Kaeser combination dryers only require some 50 % of the energy required by heat regenerated desiccant dryers and – incredibly – just 20 % of the energy used by heatless regenerated units. Cost-effective …

    Get Price
  • Heat regenerative desiccant dryers with up to 194.2 m³/min

    Energy-saving SECOTEC refrigeration dryers up to 8.25 m³/min; Energy-saving SECOTEC refrigeration dryers, 10.5 - 34 m³/min ... Your advantages. Highly energy efficient: DW-series desiccant dryers take advantage of the efficient reverse flow regeneration process and are additionally equipped with high-quality heat insulation.

    Get Price
  • Technical white papers from Kaeser Compressors

    This white paper compares rotary lobe and screw blowers, internal and external compression, and how to properly apply these technologies for designing an energy efficient system. Authors: Stephen Horne, Product Manager - Blowers, Kaeser Compressors, Inc. and Marcus Jungkunst, Blower Product Support, Kaeser Kompressoren.

    Get Price
  • Infrared Heating in Food Drying: An Overview

    The drying time that required to reach the final moisture content of samples were 450, 390, 240, 180 and 150 min at the infrared power levels of 62, 74, 88, 104 and 125 W, respectively. The ...

    Get Price
  • Biomass gasification technology: The state of the art ...

    2016-1-1u2002·u2002Biomass gasification is considered as a way to increase the use of biomass for energy production allowing widespread biomass utilization. The development of biomass gasification processes is pushed up by the growing awareness of the possible effects of fossil fuels on the climate and by the continuous increase in oil prices.

    Get Price
  • Flash Dryer

    Flash dryers have been used to dry products in many industries including agrifood, chemical, mineral. A broad range of feed materials including powders, cakes, granules, flakes, pastes, gels, and slurries can be processed. For slurries, pastes, or sticky materials, backmixing of the wet feed with a portion of dry product to produce a suitable ...

    Get Price
  • Comparison of energy parameters in various dryers ...

    2014-11-1u2002·u2002Results of data analyses for drying of chamomile medicinal plant using a convective dryer showed low energy efficiency. According to Fig. 2, the maximum energy efficiency (6.76%) was achieved at 60 °C and 0.5 m/s air velocity, while the minimum value (1.91%) was at 40 °C and 1.5 m/s. Additionally, results shown in Fig. 2 indicate that increasing temperature decreased …

    Get Price
  • Combination dryers – KAESER KOMPRESSOREN

    Your advantages. Kaeser combination dryers only require some 50 % of the energy required by heat regenerated desiccant dryers and – incredibly – just 20 % of the energy used by heatless regenerated units. Combination dryers can be configured for virtually any application from standard models in our dryer range – a solution that saves ...

    Get Price
  • Fundamentals of spray drying

    The second drying stage conducted in the fluid bed requires of course energy input, but in spite of the specific heat consumption being relatively high, after-drying of powder by fluid bed requires only 30 - 50% of that energy, which would have been required if the same drying had been conducted in the first or spray drying stage.

    Get Price
  • Combination dryers - KAESER COMPRESSORS Australia

    Your advantages. Maximum energy efficiency: Kaeser combination dryers only require some 50 % of the energy required by heat regenerated desiccant dryers and – incredibly – just 20 % of the energy used by heatless regenerated units. Cost-effective …

    Get Price
  • Heat regenerative desiccant dryers with up to 194.2 m³/min

    Energy-saving SECOTEC refrigeration dryers up to 8.25 m³/min; Energy-saving SECOTEC refrigeration dryers, 10.5 - 34 m³/min ... Your advantages. Highly energy efficient: DW-series desiccant dryers take advantage of the efficient reverse flow regeneration process and are additionally equipped with high-quality heat insulation.

    Get Price
  • Technical white papers from Kaeser Compressors

    This white paper compares rotary lobe and screw blowers, internal and external compression, and how to properly apply these technologies for designing an energy efficient system. Authors: Stephen Horne, Product Manager - Blowers, Kaeser Compressors, Inc. and Marcus Jungkunst, Blower Product Support, Kaeser Kompressoren.

    Get Price
  • Infrared Heating in Food Drying: An Overview

    The drying time that required to reach the final moisture content of samples were 450, 390, 240, 180 and 150 min at the infrared power levels of 62, 74, 88, 104 and 125 W, respectively. The ...

    Get Price
  • Biomass gasification technology: The state of the art ...

    2016-1-1u2002·u2002Biomass gasification is considered as a way to increase the use of biomass for energy production allowing widespread biomass utilization. The development of biomass gasification processes is pushed up by the growing awareness of the possible effects of fossil fuels on the climate and by the continuous increase in oil prices.

    Get Price
  • Flash Dryer

    Flash dryers have been used to dry products in many industries including agrifood, chemical, mineral. A broad range of feed materials including powders, cakes, granules, flakes, pastes, gels, and slurries can be processed. For slurries, pastes, or sticky materials, backmixing of the wet feed with a portion of dry product to produce a suitable ...

    Get Price
  • Comparison of energy parameters in various dryers ...

    2014-11-1u2002·u2002Results of data analyses for drying of chamomile medicinal plant using a convective dryer showed low energy efficiency. According to Fig. 2, the maximum energy efficiency (6.76%) was achieved at 60 °C and 0.5 m/s air velocity, while the minimum value (1.91%) was at 40 °C and 1.5 m/s. Additionally, results shown in Fig. 2 indicate that increasing temperature decreased …

    Get Price
  • Combination dryers – KAESER KOMPRESSOREN

    Your advantages. Kaeser combination dryers only require some 50 % of the energy required by heat regenerated desiccant dryers and – incredibly – just 20 % of the energy used by heatless regenerated units. Combination dryers can be configured for virtually any application from standard models in our dryer range – a solution that saves ...

    Get Price
  • Fundamentals of spray drying

    The second drying stage conducted in the fluid bed requires of course energy input, but in spite of the specific heat consumption being relatively high, after-drying of powder by fluid bed requires only 30 - 50% of that energy, which would have been required if the same drying had been conducted in the first or spray drying stage.

    Get Price
  • Combination dryers - KAESER COMPRESSORS Australia

    Your advantages. Maximum energy efficiency: Kaeser combination dryers only require some 50 % of the energy required by heat regenerated desiccant dryers and – incredibly – just 20 % of the energy used by heatless regenerated units. Cost-effective …

    Get Price
  • Heat regenerative desiccant dryers with up to 194.2 m³/min

    Energy-saving SECOTEC refrigeration dryers up to 8.25 m³/min; Energy-saving SECOTEC refrigeration dryers, 10.5 - 34 m³/min ... Your advantages. Highly energy efficient: DW-series desiccant dryers take advantage of the efficient reverse flow regeneration process and are additionally equipped with high-quality heat insulation.

    Get Price
  • Technical white papers from Kaeser Compressors

    This white paper compares rotary lobe and screw blowers, internal and external compression, and how to properly apply these technologies for designing an energy efficient system. Authors: Stephen Horne, Product Manager - Blowers, Kaeser Compressors, Inc. and Marcus Jungkunst, Blower Product Support, Kaeser Kompressoren.

    Get Price
  • Infrared Heating in Food Drying: An Overview

    The drying time that required to reach the final moisture content of samples were 450, 390, 240, 180 and 150 min at the infrared power levels of 62, 74, 88, 104 and 125 W, respectively. The ...

    Get Price
  • Biomass gasification technology: The state of the art ...

    2016-1-1u2002·u2002Biomass gasification is considered as a way to increase the use of biomass for energy production allowing widespread biomass utilization. The development of biomass gasification processes is pushed up by the growing awareness of the possible effects of fossil fuels on the climate and by the continuous increase in oil prices.

    Get Price
  • Flash Dryer

    Flash dryers have been used to dry products in many industries including agrifood, chemical, mineral. A broad range of feed materials including powders, cakes, granules, flakes, pastes, gels, and slurries can be processed. For slurries, pastes, or sticky materials, backmixing of the wet feed with a portion of dry product to produce a suitable ...

    Get Price
  • Comparison of energy parameters in various dryers ...

    2014-11-1u2002·u2002Results of data analyses for drying of chamomile medicinal plant using a convective dryer showed low energy efficiency. According to Fig. 2, the maximum energy efficiency (6.76%) was achieved at 60 °C and 0.5 m/s air velocity, while the minimum value (1.91%) was at 40 °C and 1.5 m/s. Additionally, results shown in Fig. 2 indicate that increasing temperature decreased the …

    Get Price
  • Combination dryers – KAESER KOMPRESSOREN

    Your advantages. Kaeser combination dryers only require some 50 % of the energy required by heat regenerated desiccant dryers and – incredibly – just 20 % of the energy used by heatless regenerated units. Combination dryers can be configured for virtually any application from standard models in our dryer range – a solution that saves ...

    Get Price
  • Fundamentals of spray drying

    The second drying stage conducted in the fluid bed requires of course energy input, but in spite of the specific heat consumption being relatively high, after-drying of powder by fluid bed requires only 30 - 50% of that energy, which would have been required if the same drying had been conducted in the first or spray drying stage.

    Get Price
  • Combination dryers - KAESER COMPRESSORS Australia

    Your advantages. Maximum energy efficiency: Kaeser combination dryers only require some 50 % of the energy required by heat regenerated desiccant dryers and – incredibly – just 20 % of the energy used by heatless regenerated units. Cost-effective …

    Get Price
  • Heat regenerative desiccant dryers with up to 194.2 m³/min

    Energy-saving SECOTEC refrigeration dryers up to 8.25 m³/min; Energy-saving SECOTEC refrigeration dryers, 10.5 - 34 m³/min ... Your advantages. Highly energy efficient: DW-series desiccant dryers take advantage of the efficient reverse flow regeneration process and are additionally equipped with high-quality heat insulation.

    Get Price
  • Technical white papers from Kaeser Compressors

    This white paper compares rotary lobe and screw blowers, internal and external compression, and how to properly apply these technologies for designing an energy efficient system. Authors: Stephen Horne, Product Manager - Blowers, Kaeser Compressors, Inc. and Marcus Jungkunst, Blower Product Support, Kaeser Kompressoren.

    Get Price
  • Infrared Heating in Food Drying: An Overview

    The drying time that required to reach the final moisture content of samples were 450, 390, 240, 180 and 150 min at the infrared power levels of 62, 74, 88, 104 and 125 W, respectively. The ...

    Get Price
  • Biomass gasification technology: The state of the art ...

    2016-1-1u2002·u2002Biomass gasification is considered as a way to increase the use of biomass for energy production allowing widespread biomass utilization. The development of biomass gasification processes is pushed up by the growing awareness of the possible effects of fossil fuels on the climate and by the continuous increase in oil prices.

    Get Price
  • Flash Dryer

    Flash dryers have been used to dry products in many industries including agrifood, chemical, mineral. A broad range of feed materials including powders, cakes, granules, flakes, pastes, gels, and slurries can be processed. For slurries, pastes, or sticky materials, backmixing of the wet feed with a portion of dry product to produce a suitable ...

    Get Price
  • Comparison of energy parameters in various dryers ...

    2014-11-1u2002·u2002Results of data analyses for drying of chamomile medicinal plant using a convective dryer showed low energy efficiency. According to Fig. 2, the maximum energy efficiency (6.76%) was achieved at 60 °C and 0.5 m/s air velocity, while the minimum value (1.91%) was at 40 °C and 1.5 m/s. Additionally, results shown in Fig. 2 indicate that increasing temperature …

    Get Price
  • Combination dryers – KAESER KOMPRESSOREN

    Your advantages. Kaeser combination dryers only require some 50 % of the energy required by heat regenerated desiccant dryers and – incredibly – just 20 % of the energy used by heatless regenerated units. Combination dryers can be configured for virtually any application from standard models in our dryer range – a solution that saves ...

    Get Price
  • Fundamentals of spray drying

    The second drying stage conducted in the fluid bed requires of course energy input, but in spite of the specific heat consumption being relatively high, after-drying of powder by fluid bed requires only 30 - 50% of that energy, which would have been required if the same drying had been conducted in the first or spray drying stage.

    Get Price
  • Combination dryers - KAESER COMPRESSORS Australia

    Your advantages. Maximum energy efficiency: Kaeser combination dryers only require some 50 % of the energy required by heat regenerated desiccant dryers and – incredibly – just 20 % of the energy used by heatless regenerated units. Cost-effective …

    Get Price
  • Heat regenerative desiccant dryers with up to 194.2 m³/min

    Energy-saving SECOTEC refrigeration dryers up to 8.25 m³/min; Energy-saving SECOTEC refrigeration dryers, 10.5 - 34 m³/min ... Your advantages. Highly energy efficient: DW-series desiccant dryers take advantage of the efficient reverse flow regeneration process and are additionally equipped with high-quality heat insulation.

    Get Price
  • Technical white papers from Kaeser Compressors

    This white paper compares rotary lobe and screw blowers, internal and external compression, and how to properly apply these technologies for designing an energy efficient system. Authors: Stephen Horne, Product Manager - Blowers, Kaeser Compressors, Inc. and Marcus Jungkunst, Blower Product Support, Kaeser Kompressoren.

    Get Price
  • Infrared Heating in Food Drying: An Overview

    The drying time that required to reach the final moisture content of samples were 450, 390, 240, 180 and 150 min at the infrared power levels of 62, 74, 88, 104 and 125 W, respectively. The ...

    Get Price
  • Biomass gasification technology: The state of the art ...

    2016-1-1u2002·u2002Biomass gasification is considered as a way to increase the use of biomass for energy production allowing widespread biomass utilization. The development of biomass gasification processes is pushed up by the growing awareness of the possible effects of fossil fuels on the climate and by the continuous increase in oil prices.

    Get Price