Peanut dryer

It has a wide range of uses and can process granular grains and cash crops such as wet rice, japonica rice, corn, peanuts, corn, wheat, sorghum, soybeans, rapeseed, etc.


Peanut dryer introduction

  1. Continuous Processing: A peanut dryer is designed for continuous processing, allowing for the efficient and consistent drying of peanuts in large quantities over extended periods.
  2. Gentle Drying: It provides gentle drying conditions to preserve the quality and nutritional value of peanuts, ensuring that they maintain their flavor, texture, and appearance.
  3. Optimized Airflow: The dryer utilizes optimized airflow patterns to evenly distribute heat and moisture throughout the drying chamber, promoting uniform drying and preventing the formation of hot spots or uneven drying.
  4. Adjustable Temperature and Humidity: Operators can adjust the temperature and humidity levels within the dryer to suit different peanut varieties and desired moisture content, optimizing the drying process for specific requirements.
  5. Energy Efficiency: Modern peanut dryers are designed for energy efficiency, incorporating features such as insulation, heat recovery systems, and efficient airflow management to minimize energy consumption and reduce operational costs.

Peanut dryer

Peanut dryer principle

  1. Moisture Removal: The peanut dryer works by removing moisture from freshly harvested peanuts, which helps prevent spoilage, mold growth, and preserves the quality of the peanuts during storage and transportation.
  2. Forced Air Circulation: The dryer uses forced air circulation to create a controlled environment within the drying chamber. This airflow carries away moisture from the peanuts, promoting efficient drying.
  3. Heat Source: A heat source, such as gas burners, electric heaters, or biomass heaters, provides the energy needed to raise the temperature inside the dryer, facilitating the evaporation of moisture from the peanuts.
  4. Temperature Control: The dryer maintains a consistent temperature throughout the drying process, typically between 35°C to 50°C, depending on the desired moisture content of the peanuts and the specific drying requirements.
  5. Airflow Adjustment: Operators can adjust the airflow rate and direction within the drying chamber to ensure even drying of the peanuts and to prevent overheating or under-drying, resulting in uniform drying quality

Features of peanut dryer

  1. Gentle Drying: Peanut dryers are designed to provide gentle drying conditions to prevent damage to peanuts and preserve their quality, including flavor, texture, and nutritional value.
  2. Uniform Drying: These dryers ensure uniform drying of peanuts by distributing heat and airflow evenly throughout the drying chamber, resulting in consistent moisture removal across all peanuts.
  3. Controlled Environment: Peanut dryers offer precise control over drying parameters such as temperature, humidity, and airflow, allowing operators to create optimal drying conditions based on peanut variety and desired moisture content.
  4. Efficient Operation: Modern peanut dryers are equipped with energy-efficient features such as insulation, heat recovery systems, and automated controls, reducing energy consumption and operating costs


Peanut dryer application areas

It has a wide range of uses and can process granular grains and cash crops such as wet rice, japonica rice, corn, peanuts, corn, wheat, sorghum, soybeans, rapeseed, etc.

Peanut dryer technical parameters

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