The high nutritional value of beer grains and high investment returns have attracted the attention of many investors. However, the beer grain has a large moisture content and is not easy to transport. It must be dried. If you want to achieve a win-win situation, you must have a beer waste dryer. The beer waste dryer is an industrial dryer, although the principle is basically the same as the household dryer, but the difference is still very big, then how to choose a brewer's grain dryer suitable for you?
Since the beer waste dryer is a large-scale equipment, it must be cautious when selecting. First, it is necessary to fully understand the characteristics of the material, such as the moisture content of the material, the daily output, etc., and the amount of moisture required after drying. In some cases, when the product is dried or heated, the heat sensitivity of the product changes, or the control characteristics of the product change. Obviously, in this case it is best to use a combined drying of two or more different types of drying equipment.
When determining the dryer form and mode of operation (intermittent or continuous operation), the amount of treatment should be considered. For example, in the same equipment, when handling small quantities and multiple types of switching materials, equipment that is easy to perform multiple switching should be selected. The medical drying equipment should be easy to clean and clean, in line with GMP standards. According to the results of the small test, most of the same models are consistent, but when the jacket is heated, the heating area and the diameter are square, and the volume and diameter are in a cubic relationship. Therefore, as the dry material increases, the time required for drying increases as the diameter increases. When some materials are heated for a long time, they are easy to cause instability. This situation should be paid special attention to the design.
The following parameters should be studied in the selection of beer waste dryer: 1. Equipment cost 2. Drying time 3. Thermal efficiency 4. Boundable material limit of drying equipment 5. Economic treatment limit 6. Review of auxiliary equipment 7. The maximum processing capacity of the drying equipment.