Dehumidification dryer, as the name implies, is to dehumidify and dry materials|
Currently, engineering plastics are widely used, and the dehumidifying dryer has gradually replaced the traditional hot air dryer (oven). If you use a desiccant dryer, it will bring you the following four major benefits:
1. The water in the plastic raw materials can be taken away to eliminate the generation of bubbles, so that the product can achieve very ideal mechanical, electrical, dimensional stability and smooth and beautiful appearance;
2. Prevent the production of defective products and return losses, and greatly reduce the production of waste;
3. Because the dehumidification dryer uses very dry air for dehumidification, it can greatly shorten the drying time, save working hours, and create more profits for you;
4. The air ducts of the desiccant dryer adopt a sealed circulation system and insert a filter, so they are not affected by the external climate, and can prevent dust from causing pollution inside the factory, creating a beautiful working environment for you.
Principle of dryer:
Drying refers to the use of a certain method to transfer the transition to the accumulated material, and divide it into two parts as latent heat to evaporate and separate the water. The drying process can usually be divided into two stages: the preheating stage of the material, the constant speed stage, and the degraded speed stage. Due to the different physical properties of the material, the moisture of the material is divided into surface water, internal water, bound water, and crystal water. Due to the different forms of moisture, the dryer is divided into many types with different principles.