Kaeser Compressors Secotec TE 102, TE 122 and TE 142 refrigerated dryers feature a thermal storage system that contains phase-changing material; thermal energy is stored as the material cycles from a solid to a liquid state.
Used for drying water from stainless steel and Teflon filter assemblies, the Grieve No. 796 electrically heated 500°F Class 100 cleanroom cabinet oven has 4-in. insulated walls and a Type 304, 2B finish stainless steel interior with continuously welded seams.
Meeting a range of cGMP and FDA guidelines, Comber Pressofiltro PF series Nutsche filter/dryers are built with CIP systems; the product contact wetted surfaces have no dead areas or bolted connections.
The Bühler Aeroglide Ceres dryer for the production of coated RTE cereal products features pitched floors and roofs, an integrated CIP system, continuous belt washing system, water management system, hygienic product contact surfaces and components constructed from FDA-approved nonmetallic materials.
Engineered for candy processing, the Witte drying system also can be used with agglomerated coffee, breakfast cereals and other food products. It combines a vibrating fluid bed dryer, cooler, screener and baghouse collector to dry agglomerated sugar, cool it with ambient air and screen out oversized chunks.
Ross vertical cone screw blender/dryers offer vacuum drying for a range of applications in a solid or liquid state, such as powders, granules, pellets, fibers, pastes and slurries. The slow-turning auger screw lifts batch materials upward as it orbits around the conical vessel.