Belt type dried fruit dryer

A belt-type dried fruit dryer uses a continuous conveyor belt system to dry fruits efficiently. The fruits are evenly spread on the belt, which moves through a heated chamber, gently dehydrating them to preserve flavor and nutrients. This method ensures consistent drying and is commonly used in food processing industries.


Belt type dried fruit dryer introduction

  1. Continuous Drying Process: This dryer features a continuous belt system that allows fruits to be evenly spread out for consistent drying, ensuring uniform moisture removal and preventing over-drying or under-drying.
  2. Adjustable Temperature and Humidity Control: It offers precise control over drying conditions, with adjustable temperature settings and humidity control to accommodate different fruit types and achieve optimal drying results.
  3. Gentle Drying Technology: Utilizes gentle drying techniques such as low-temperature drying and controlled airflow to minimize heat damage and retain the natural color, flavor, and nutritional value of the fruits.
  4. Multi-Layer Drying Capability: Some belt type dried fruit dryers come with multiple layers or decks, allowing for increased drying capacity and efficient utilization of space while maintaining high-quality drying results.

Belt type dried fruit dryer    Belt type dried fruit dryer

Principle of belt dry fruit dryer

  1. Preheating Stage: The fruit enters the dryer and passes through a preheating zone where ambient air is heated to an initial temperature, preparing the fruit for the drying process.
  2. Drying Chamber: As the fruit moves along the conveyor belt, it enters the main drying chamber where hot air is circulated evenly over the fruit, extracting moisture and reducing the water content.
  3. Temperature Control: The dryer maintains a controlled temperature within the drying chamber, typically between 40°C to 70°C, depending on the type of fruit being dried and desired moisture content.
  4. Airflow Management: A system of fans and vents ensures proper airflow throughout the drying chamber, optimizing drying efficiency and preventing overheating or moisture buildup.
  5. Humidity Regulation: The dryer controls humidity levels by venting moist air out of the chamber and replacing it with drier air, creating an environment conducive to moisture evaporation from the fruit.
  6. Final Cooling: After the drying process is complete, the dried fruit passes through a cooling zone where ambient air cools it down before being discharged from the dryer.

Advantages of belt dry fruit dryer

  1. Efficient Drying: Belt-type dried fruit dryers offer efficient drying processes, reducing moisture content quickly and preserving fruit quality.
  2. Uniform Drying: They ensure uniform drying across all fruit slices or pieces, preventing over-drying or uneven moisture levels.
  3. Energy Efficiency: These dryers are designed to be energy-efficient, reducing operational costs and environmental impact.
  4. Customizable Settings: They often come with customizable settings for temperature, humidity, and drying time, allowing for precise control over the drying process.
  5. Continuous Operation: Belt-type dryers enable continuous operation, facilitating large-scale production and consistent output.

Belt type dried fruit dryer parameters



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