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Cylindrical Dryer

How the Cylindrical Dryer Works

The horizontal cylindrical dryer design includes either a ribbon or paddle agitator, depending on the materials and the range of volumes to be dried. The agitator continuously moves the materials within the vessel, past the jacketed trough walls until the desired moisture content is achieved. Cylindrical dryers are available from .33 to 343 cu.ft. working capacity, and can be supplied with a wide range of features to suit each clients special needs.

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Specifications Laboratory Specifications (open full size view)

  • This valve is supplied as a standard feature on all "A" Series stock blenders.
  • The knife gate valve provides a positive shut off and is avaiable for manual or pneumatic operation
  • Flush ball valves are most often used when the belnder is being used for products that are liquids. They provide positive shut off and retain the fluids without leaking.
  • The flush plug design emiminates dead spots between the trough bottom and the valve face. It is ideal for use when minor solids or liquids are being mixed and when pefect mixing is required.
  • The spherical valve deisgn minimizes dead space and is availble for manual or pneumatic operation.
  • The standard stuffing box includes teflon impregnated-braided packing and is split for cleaning.
  • Sanitary Stuffing Boxes are easily disassembled with hand tools for cleaning between batches. This design includes special molded Chevron-Teflon packing rings.
  • Air or liquid seal stuffing boxes include a lantern ring for low pressure purging to prevent the intrusion of materials that might threaten the sahft and seal integrity.
  • The continuous ribbon, designed for center discharge, is the preferred choice for most blends. It provides vigerous lateral and axial movement of your bulk material.
  • The paddle agitator runs at about 2/3 the speed of the comparable ribbon. It provides gentler blending with less heat development.

Specifications Production Specifications (open full size view)

  • This valve is supplied as a standard feature on all "A" Series stock blenders.
  • The knife gate valve provides a positive shut off and is avaiable for manual or pneumatic operation
  • Flush ball valves are most often used when the belnder is being used for products that are liquids. They provide positive shut off and retain the fluids without leaking.
  • The flush plug design emiminated dead spots between the trough bottom and the valve face. It is ideal for use when minor solids or liquids are being mixed and when pefect mixing is required.
  • The spherical valve deisgn minimizes dead space and is availble for manual or pneumatic operation.
  • The standard stuffing box includes teflon impregnated-braided packing and is split for cleaning.
  • Sanitary Stuffing Boxes are easily disassembled with hand tools for cleaning between batches. This design includes special molded Chevron-Teflon packing rings.
  • Air or liquid seal stuffing boxes include a lantern ring for low pressure purging to prevent the intrusion of materials that might threaten the sahft and seal integrity.
  • The continuous ribbon, designed for center discharge, is the preferred choice for most blends. It provides vigerous lateral and axial movement of your bulk material.
  • The paddle agitator runs at about 2/3 the speed of the comparable ribbon. It provides gentler blending with less heat development.