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Continuous flow grain dryers

Continuous flow grain dryers

Continuous flow grain dryers with large charging capacity, are aimed mainly for big agricultural farms.
Grain is being dried in a continuous and smooth process.

Grain dryer with a modular construction

  Grain Initial
  Corn 30% 15% 50 t 100 t 125 t 150 t 175 t 200 t
Daily output Wheat, barley 19% 15% 155 t 310 t 385 t 465 t 540 t 620 t
Rape 13% 7% 80 t 160 t 200 t 240 t 280 t 320 t
  Sunflower 13% 7% 26 t 53 t 66 t 79 t 92 t 106 t
Approximate charging
      17 t 23 t 26 t 29 t 33 t 37 t
Thermal input       600 kW 1,2 MW 1,5 MW 1,8 MW 2,2 MW 2,5 MW
Input With dust removal system 16,5 Kw 31,5 kW 41,5 kW 47 kW 58 kW 63 kW
Without dust removal system 9 kW 16,5 kW 22,5kW 25 kW 31,5kW 33 kW

The output is specified for corn with a moisture from 30% to 15%, at the temperature of +6°C, and at continuous operation mode.

Additional options as: dust removal system, recirculation, complete isolation etc. are offered separately.

suszarnia modułowa o pracy ciąglej

The grain intended for drying is transported with the charging device and poured into the dryer from above, into the charging segment (1). When pouring, the grain fills the selection packet (3), the whole drying chamber (2) and the charging segment. Air, preheated by the burner (7), in the burner chamber (4), sucked by the suction fan (6), moves to the drying chamber (2). In the chamber, hot air flows under the inlet roofs, where it disperses throughout the grain, heating it, and extracting moisture from it, escapes through the outlet roofs. Humid and cooled air
is removed through the outlet roofs to the outlet chamber (5) and then outside. During the batch operation, the grain being dried recirculates in the dryer (about 2-3 times). After having achieved the proper moisture content, the grain is cooled and poured into the warehouse. When drying in the continuous mode, the grain being dried passes through the dryer column only once. During the continuous operation, the dried grain is cooled in the bottom part of the column. For this purpose, the bottom section is closed by the flap (8). Cold air, flowing through the hot and dry grain, removes heat from it.