drum dryer

drum dryer

[′drəm ‚drī·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
A machine for removing water from substances such as milk, in which a thin film of the product is moved over a turning steam-heated drum and a knife scrapes it from the drum after moisture has been removed.
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In 1929, with Hans Fleissner, father of Gerold, drying of textiles became the favorite sector and he developed the first perforated drum dryer and applied a patent for it.
The SR190 double drum recycling plant provided by the Group adopts a newly-designed drum dryer with embedded heat bushing and the form and arrangement of its paddles within the drum are adjusted and optimised which can effectively enhance the drum's heating efficiency and solve the asphalt aging problem.
Next, the press cake from the screw presses is delivered to a rotary drum dryer, where it is taken down to 10 percent moisture content.
A Spiral Drum Dryer suitable for food/ingredients has been introduced by Air Control Industries.
but also all its exhaust fans, conveyors, rotary drum dryer and Bradley mills.
This application is supported by TUBITAK under the project number: 107-O-101 producing on rotary drum dryer was carried out.
A new variant of the Infrared Drum Dryer has been introduced by Kreyenborg.
Technowash has unveiled a new industrial rotary drum dryer system, which is suitable for removing moisture from a wide range of components and applications.
FiberGel has two production lines, including equipment such as a centrifuge, drum dryer, milling, sifting, bagging and sealing machines.
The future is now: the third generation, 100% closed drum dryer
Imation Enterprises replaced an old drum dryer with a new system, consisting of a vertical "still" to concentrate solvent scrap, discharging to a scraped-wall horizontal dryer/still that takes the concentrate to dry solids.