Rotary Dryer Processing and its Daily Challenges!
Rotary Dryers are widely used in modern industry and often become staples of various industrial processes. While this equipment is surely resistant to decaying over time, there are still major some issues to be considered when preparing for processing. Some materials may require specific preparations. Regular tasks need never stopping maintenance. However, there are two major challenges:
- Accretion. We usually call it build-up. Material bits, waste, and burn products tend to stick to the inside surface of the drum accumulating and slowing down the process. One of the simplest solutions is hammer systems that knock on the exterior and remove accretion. There are better ways to handle this problem. For example, preventing build-up by implementing slower and smaller flight systems.
- Abrasive damage and corrosion. These are two pivotal factors to consider. In order to build a dryer that will be resistant to destructive effects of corrosion and abrasion, you should carefully select proper materials for the dryer. Damage can be inhibited through regular inspections.
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