What is a Rotary Drying System?
Rotary dryer introduction
The rotary dryer, often called a drum dryer, works like a charm in drying materials. It’s like giving your wet clothes a warm hug until they’re dry.
Imagine the inside of the drum getting warm and then sharing that warmth with the outer part, especially where the materials are.
As this happens, the wetness in the materials just vanishes into thin air, making this dryer a top-notch choice for non-stop drying tasks.
What is the Working Principle of Rotary Drying?
The drum of the rotary dryer is a tilted, spinning cylinder. Wet materials go in from one end, and by the time they reach the other end, they’re dry. Warm air flows in either from the beginning or the end, and exits from the top of the opposite side.
Inside the drum, there’s a plate that moves forward, causing the materials to constantly shift up and down as the drum turns. This ensures they get plenty of exposure to the warm air, boosting the drying speed and helping the materials progress through the drum.
Typically, the heat for drying comes from sources like warm air, high-temperature exhaust gases, or steam.
Here’s how the drum dryer works: Materials and liquids set to be dried flow from a higher tank into the drum dryer’s receiving area. A device spreads the material thinly over the drum’s surface, and inside the drum, there’s a heating element.
What is the Speed of a Rotary Dryer?
Rotary dryers, sometimes referred to as drum dryers, have a drum that spans several meters in length and is about 2 meters wide. This drum leans slightly, with an angle ranging from 3–4° off the horizontal, and it rotates at speeds between 2-8 RPM. Notably, the rotation speed can vary based on the specific model of the rotary dryer you choose.
Rotary Dryer Use in Briquette Machine?
The primary purpose of the rotary drum dryer is to assist in the second phase of the briquette machine process. It helps regulate the moisture content of materials, keeping it within a desirable range of 6%-12%.
This ensures the subsequent steps run smoothly and enhances the efficiency and output of the briquette machine. However, during its operation, users might encounter issues, which can vary based on individual experiences.
Below, we delve into the characteristics of using the rotary drum dryer and offer basic solutions to common challenges.
Jay Khodiyar Rotary Dryer System
Jay Khodiyar introduces an innovative line of Rotary Dryer Systems, designed to efficiently dry large volumes of waste from forests, agricultural regions, and municipal zones. We offer a variety of Rotary Dryer models, each equipped with cutting-edge technology and a robust build, including:
– Model JKRD2 can to dry up to 2000 kg waste in every hour and consumes 70 hp power
– Model JKRD3 can to dry up to 3000 kg waste in every hour and consumes 81 hp power
– Model JKRD5 can dry upto 5000 kg waste per hour and consumes 95 Hp power
Advantages of Rotary Dryer Systems of Jay Khodiyar
- Heavy-duty design with enhanced flight structure for better cascading action
- Flight design also ensures accelerated heat transfer speed between heated gas stream and solids
- No falling of large clusters of material during flight
- Improved and uniform heat transferring with no wastage
- Maximum production capacity is 5000 kg/hr
- Ergonomic design to remove 55% moisture from solid to 10/15%
- Can easily handle high feed moisture