Fluid Bed Dryer offers a lucid solution to drying of wet granules, crystalline or coarse materials. It utilizes the principle of passing the hot air at a high velocity through the bed of the material to be dried, thus causing it to fluidize.
The blower situated on the exhaust side of the dryer operates no negative pressure principle, which creates the induced draught and sucks in the fresh air into the dryer. A stream of hot filtered air is introduced from the bottom of product container containing the wet material. This container is provided with the air distribution plate and Dutch sieve. The air stream is passed through the bed of the material and fluidizes the product particles by creating the turbulence in the product container. Due to fluidization each particle gets surrounded by hot air, which leads quick & uniform heating and drying. Filter bags provided at the top prevent escaping of particles from the machine.
- In compliance with cGMP guidelines
- Modular Design
- Uniform Drying with reducing Drying time
- Quick Dismantling of Dutch Sieve & Perforated Sheet at the Product container
- Online Sampling Device (optional)
- Fully Automatic Operation through Programmable
- Logic Controller (optional)
- Product Container with Stirrer (optional)
- Flameproof Construction (optional)
# The blower motor of higher capacity will be required in machine if
supplied with HEPA, Scrubber & ducting length above 5 meters.
|Container Gross Volume Ltr.||46||71||142||280||475||650||870||1055||1350|
|Max. Batch Capacity (0.5 bd) kg*||0 to 15||20 to 30||40 to 60||80 to 120||160 to 200||200 to 300||300 to 400||400 to 500||500 to 600|
|Blower Motor HP**||7.5||7.5||10||20||25||30||40||50||50|
|Air Flow (CFM)± 10 %||430||706||1060||1880||2590||3235||3825||4000||4705|
|Steam Pressure (kg/cm2)||3.5|
|Steam Consumption (kg/hr)||30||50||80||140||216||250||288||344||384|
|Electric Heater (kW)||18||20||36||60||N.A.||N.A.||N.A.||N.A.||N.A.|
|Compressed Air Pressure (bar)||8|
|Drying Temp (°C)||35-80|
|Electrical Supply**||415 V±10%, AC, 3 Ø, 50 Hz|