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Biomass Dryer

Biomass Dryer

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Biomass Dryer Price And Quantity

  • 1 Unit

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Product Description

A biomass dryer is a large-scale moisture and water removal industrial plant that is used to remove water from raw biomass that is used to produce compact solid fuel pellets. This machine can handle agricultural and wood waste in powdered and small solid forms with a maximum size of 10 millimeters. An air pulverizing system in this highly efficient industrial plant transports raw materials and removes moisture from them at high temperatures. With this Biomass Dryer, you can save a lot of money.  


Technical Specifications:


  • Input Raw Material: Any agriculture waste and wood grinding powder
  • Raw Material Diameter Size: Up to 5mm
  • Raw Material Length Size: Up to 10
  • In Put (Feed) Moisture: Up to 35%
  • Out Put Moisture: Up to 15%
  • Power Required: 73 HP


Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is dryer for biomass?

Ans - The infeed of chips or sawdust often marks the beginning of a biomass drying facility. The drying plant typically comprises of air pollution management, drying, and heat generation. Hot gases, steam, or hot water can all generate heat.

2. How much energy does drying biomass require?

Ans - The energy needed to dry 1 kg of wood chips in a rotary dryer is 3.1 MJ, although depending on the initial and final moisture content and drying temperature, the heat required to evaporate 1 kg of water from wet biomass fuel can reach 2.6 MJ kg1. 

3. What kinds of dryers are there for biomass?

Ans - Rotary dryers, flash dryers, stationary bed dryers, and fluidized bed dryers are the primary options for drying biomass. Hot air, hot air combined with steam, or superheated steam can all be used as the drying medium. The environmental performance of a common example of wood chip drying using a financial model is explained. 

4. How hot is the drying process for biomass?

Ans - Due to the low ignition temperature of biomass, which is typically 250 degrees Celsius, the drying process is conducted at temperatures ranging from 40 to 200 degrees Celsius or even higher. 


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