infrared drying

infrared drying

Drying by use of infrared lamps to decrease drying time.
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infrared drying oven (for technical characteristics, see appendix 1) 5 pcs.
(2012) presented an alternative to the oven-drying method: infrared drying, in which mass is measured after a short infrared radiation drying process.
Netzro manufactures an infrared drying oven for eggshells that will be piloted in Wright County, Iowa.
The present study investigates the influences of media treatments, such as water immersion, oil immersion, air drying, and infrared drying, on color changes, dimensional stability, and cracking behavior of bamboo scrimbers.
In addition, the infrared drying process quickly removed moisture from the surface and shell of walnuts, reducing total drying time by 35%.
This study systematically investigated the influence of different drying methods (sun drying, hot-air drying, freeze drying, vacuum drying, and medium- and short-wave infrared drying) on the main compositions of tangerine peels (moisture, soluble solid, reducing sugars, total sugar, crude fiber, titratable acid, ash content, and minerals), major functional components (total phenolic compounds, total flavonoids, hesperidin, synephrine, and vitamin C), and the antioxidant activity of the dried tangerine peels.
Kreyenborg will unveil its new PET-Booster at K 2016, a continuous infrared drying system designed to feed twins-crew, planetary- and multi-screw degassing extruders for production of films and fibers.
Eliminate drying bottlenecks and increase line speed with an efficient Maximizer compact Impinged air Infrared drying system.
It said that, by using the latest technology, the centre would speed up the spraying and drying of customers' vehicles to just five minutes, helped by a PS78,000 moveable spray booth and UV infrared drying system which it claims is the only technology of its type in the region.
Therefore, the aim of this study was to: (1) investigate the effect of different air temperatures and velocity and infrared radiation intensity on the drying time of onion slices using different drying methods (hot-air convection (HA); infrared drying (IR) and combined infrared radiation and hot air convection (IR-HA) drying), (2) model the thin layer drying of onion slices by fitting well-known mathematical drying models to the experimental data obtained by different drying methods under different dryer settings.