Dryers

Dryers An Asset in Your Business

Most material processing methods require an industrial dryer. However, they are often a major financial investment that can endure for decades. It makes selecting the ideal dryer for your processing needs all the more critical. Selecting the incorrect dryer can have long-term negative effects on material quality and company finances. With so many different types of industrial dryers to choose from, each with its own set of advantages and disadvantages, it can be a difficult undertaking.

The most crucial aspect of selecting the best dryer for your purposes is to test material on test drying equipment to ensure that the tested process takes a wet starting product and creates a dry finished product that meets your quality and criteria.

 

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What are Dryers?

Industrial dryers are extensively employed in a variety of industrial processing applications. Their primary function is to eliminate or remove moisture, water, and other solvents from the processed material. Industrial dryers should be carefully engineered to avoid changing or affecting the material’s physical, chemical, or biological properties. Because industrial dryers come in various sizes and specifications, choosing a suitable dryer for the job is crucial.

Rhima Dryers: The Best Solution

Rhima has provided superior professional washing solutions and assisted many industries with designing, manufacturing, and installing various custom-built industrial drying systems for over 50 years. Rhima also assists the client in deciding by understanding the requirements for quality and the size, shape, and moisture content of the final dried product and the production location, construction materials, and energy consumption pattern. The type of substance to be fed and the amount to be fed.

Rhima’s industrial dryers are efficient, effective, and regulated, with a fast and precise response time for removing water and moisture. We have a large selection of industrial and commercial dryers at Rhima that may be used in various important applications in industries such as pharmaceuticals, food, automotive, bakeries, manufacturers, logistics, offices, and many more. Our areas of expertise include the design, manufacture, and installation of a wide range of specialized and generalized industrial dryers that you may easily modify for various industrial applications.

Benefits of Having a Rhima Dryer

Today’s manufacturing environments necessitate highly effective sanitation systems so that employees can focus on increasing business productivity. With so many various sorts of material handling goods that need to be washed in all different forms and sizes, automated washing solutions have become even more necessary to meet these needs. Rhima’s industrial washers provide the sanitation you need while conserving energy and saving money for your business.

The Rhima dryer is a powerful piece of equipment that is also energy-efficient, space-saving, and long-lasting. Rhima dryers consume a fraction of the energy that heated dryers do, roughly 5%, saving hundreds of dollars in electricity bills each year. It disperses water from utensils, trays, and hard-to-dry compartmentalized dishware in any professional kitchen, from restaurants to correctional facilities, boosting sanitation and drying times. The faster it dries, the faster it can be used, increasing production and lowering inventory. With the Rhima dryer, any organization can lower its operational expenses. Its purchase price is also substantially lower than that of competing dryers.

Key Points in Choosing the Right Industrial Dryer

There are six factors to evaluate before testing to limit down what type of drying system you should be considering. Once you’ve figured out the answers to these questions, you’ll be able to limit your search for the ideal industrial dryer and be confident in your choice.

  1. Size
    The size of individual particles within the substance being dried and the density of the material when in the amount that needs to be dried should be the starting point. A fine powder will dry differently than a sludge of the same size, and huge materials will have their own set of needs.
  2. Moisture Content
    It may seem self-evident, yet it is frequently ignored as a factor to consider when evaluating drying processes. You’ll need to know the initial moisture percentage and the desired finishing moisture percentage for the dryer. Testing can assist in determining the weight variations between the wet and dry percentages, which are then utilized to size the dryer based on the water weight to be dried. If the % is inaccurate by even a small amount, the objective water weight can drastically alter, resulting in an inefficient and inappropriately sized drier.
  3. Heat Reaction
    Most drying procedures rely on heat; however, some materials will react to it once it reaches a particular temperature. It can create a chemical reaction in some products, especially if the liquid being dried is a chemical solution. If other materials reach a specific temperature or are exposed to extreme heat for an extended period, they may melt or burn. It’s also possible to respond when exposed to one type of heat source while being alright with others poorly.
  4. Material Handling
    When choosing a dryer, it’s crucial to consider how the material behaves, both wet and dry. When wet, some materials are sludgy or sticky, and you must drive them through the dryer to avoid blocking and backing up the line. You can build weirs or paddles to keep materials moving as needed, and nonstick surfaces can also be used. Clean in place fittings can keep the system clean and prevent any buildup.
  5. Requirements
    The dryer’s location in the facility is also crucial, although it is sometimes disregarded until it is far too late. Is the space long but with low ceilings, or towering but with a limited footprint? Is it capable of supporting the weight of big machinery and vibratory equipment? Is there enough room for suitable venting and ductwork, as well as baghouse filtration if it’s required? Is it necessary to transport the material while it is drying?
  6. Cost
    Of course, the cost of an industrial dryer is a significant consideration, both in terms of the purchase price and the cost of operation over its lifetime. Some dryers may be less expensive upfront, but they perform inefficiently and cost more to run than a more expensive but efficient dryer. The types of fuels used for drying must be considered, although pricing should be based on long-term patterns and predictions rather than current fuel prices.

 

Rhima Support Service and Maintenance

The after-sales service package includes warranty, commissioning, training, consultation, HACCP and infection control, work safety, preventative maintenance, dishwashing parts, accessories, and detergent supply.

 

If you like, Rhima can plan regular maintenance on a contract basis. Rhima can also undertake safety, hygiene, and temperature inspections on your equipment to ensure that it is up to code and running smoothly, providing you with complete peace of mind. We keep a large inventory of crucial spare parts in our Victorian headquarters to service and repair our equipment. In addition to transporting spare parts for our machines, our service cars also transport spare parts for our machines.

FAQs

What is a dryer?

Industrial dryers handle huge volumes of bulk materials that require moisture reduction cost-effectively. Industrial dryers are available in various models, each built individually for the type and quantity of material to be processed, depending on the amount and makeup of material that needs to be dried. The material to be dried, the drying process requirements, production needs, final product quality standards, and available facility space are all considerations for deciding the best type of dryer for any specific application.

How dry will my dishes be after using a dryer?

By combining double sheet structures and the most efficient and environmentally friendly materials, special attention has been paid to sound and heat insulation. It allows a visual check on the status in the wash chamber thanks to the double-glazed, heat-insulated, and shockproof window. Furthermore, all sections of the machine and washing accessories that come into contact with the processed goods are cleaned and disinfected simultaneously, eliminating the need for separate manual treatment. So, your dishes will be dry and in pristine condition in just a few minutes.