|Power Required||30-37 kW|
|Power Required||30-37 kW|
Types of Rotary Dryer:
|Model NO.||Production||Power Required|
How it Works?
Hot air is generated by wood/ Briquettes. The material is conveyed by the screw at feeding point. The material is spread by lifters in a horizontal shell. Hot air is sucked by the fan through the shell in the presence of the wet material. With the rotation of the cylinder, the material flow down to the lower end with the effect of gravity and discharge after drying, at endpoint material comes out with the help of cyclone & Rotary valve with required moisture. Evaporated moisture goes into the atmosphere by sucking fan.
Various models of Rotary Dryer are the available basis on Moisture content and production requirements. Complete System of Rotary Dryer is automated where moisture content is adjustable.
After the damp raw material is put into the dryer from one end, it is turned over through string-up rake inside the cylinder and distributed uniformly in the dryer and contacted with counter current hot air fully.
It speeds up heat and mass conducting of dry. During the period of dry raw material is effected by stirring-up rake with gradient and hot air. It can be moved and passed through the dry region and to star valve and then discharge the finished product.
During the Drying Process, the best moisture content to pellet and briquette is about 13-15% and 11-12%, the function of the Rotary Dryer is to make the crushed pieces with suitable moisture.
Jay Khodiyar Machine tools was established in 1994, by a visionary entrepreneur Mr. Sanjay Tilala and having its corporate office at Rajkot (Gujarat). We have started our operational by mechanical and Ram type briquetting press and through our path breaking innovative technology today we have range of biomass briquetting plants reflects our fierce dedication to create products that inspire growth with environment awareness. It is the novel vision of Mr. Sanjay Tilala and technical support throughout these years which has created a greener tomorrow that has been driving Jay Khodiyar Machine Tools journey of growth with a touch of green.
In our span of time We at Jay Khodiyar group come up with products that match all the requirements of clients like Briquetting machines with supporting machines like Biomass Crusher machine and Biomass Dryers. Since our beginning, we have achieved global market leadership in briquetting plant manufacturing as we have exported out machine to more than 65 countries and implemented more than 3000 machines globally.
We have marched ahead in market with an innovative approach in renewable energy field to provide an alternative fuel to natural gas, coal, lignite, diesel and many fossil fuels. We have bought a new binder less briquetting machine technology that helps converting organic agriculture and forestry waste into high density biomass briquettes which is environment friendly and smoke free. We have started a new era of go green go renewable with our various ranges of briquetting machines, Biomass Turbo Dryers, Biomass Rotary Drum Dryers and Biomass Crusher machines.
Any type of agriculture waste or forestry waste can be briquetted individually or in combination without using any binder. Briquetting plants set so far in India are using Saw Dust, Bamboo Dust, Bagasse, Cotton Stalk, Coffee Husk, Groundnut Shell, Mustard Husk/Stalk, Pine Needles, Rice Husk, Sugar Mill Waste, Jute Waste, Coir Pith and other wastes & residues like Castor Shell,Stem, Tea Waste, Tree Bark, Wild Grasses & Shrubs etc.
· If Raw material size is bigger than 25 mm, it should be chopped by Biomass chipper cum Crusher as Briquetting machine can accept size up to 25 mm.
· For using two or more types of materials, it should be mixed in suitable form.
· If raw material has high moisture then 12% it should be reduced by sun drying or by using Biomass Dryer.
· Screw conveyor in machine moves material from bin to the press.
· Then Material is being compressed by ram through tapper bored die. During compression temperature raises and produces lignin in the surface and binds the material by its natural binder.
· Briquettes are formed in shape of log and it is automatically pushed through cooling line to the storage point.