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Choose vegetable dryer to use heat pump closed loop dehumidification

by:IKE Food Machinery     2020-02-26
Choosing a vegetable dryer to use heat pump closed-loop dehumidification to effectively improve drying quality and processing efficiency if you are trying to buy a vegetable dryer and do not know much about vegetable dryers, today, I 'd like to give you a detailed introduction to the characteristics of vegetable dryer products and how to choose the right dryer? 1, the traditional electric heating vegetable dryer many parts of the electric heating dryer is electric heating tube heating or electromagnetic heating, here, it is necessary to talk about his electricity consumption, that is, his power. We all know that the power of the dryer is related to his output, the greater the output, the greater the equipment, then the greater the power he needs, 2. IKE heat pump closed-loop dehumidification vegetable drying method the main principle of the heat pump dryer is a fin evaporator (External machine), Compressor, fin condenser (Internal Machine) And the expansion valve consists of four parts, by allowing the air to continuously complete evaporation (Absorb heat from outdoor environment)→ Compression → condensation (Heat is released in the indoor drying room) → Throttling → The thermodynamic cycle process of re-evaporation, thus transferring the heat in the external low temperature environment to the drying room, and the refrigerant circulates in the system under the action of the compressor. The main engine power, fan power, 3-horse vegetable dryer, used with a standard board room 2500x 1120x 2000 size drying room, can dry at least 500 of vegetables per day, it is the effect that traditional thermal processing cannot achieve now. IKE vegetable dryer closed-loop dehumidification can greatly improve drying efficiency and quality for you
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