Sweet potato residue drying is the main method for long-term storage of sweet potato residue or feed processing. The choice of sweet potato residue dryer determines the quality of dry potato residue and the drying cost. So what kind of dryer is best for sweet potato residue?
At present, drum drying equipment is often used for drying sweet potato residue. According to the characteristics of sweet potato residue, it is developed and produced using mechanical dehydration + drum drying to quickly dry the moisture content of sweet potato residue to about 12%. Its unique device can effectively avoid Dried sweet potato dregs have phenomena such as clogging, wall sticking, and uneven drying. The dried sweet potato dregs have good color, high nutritional value, and strong palatability.
In addition to drying sweet potato residue materials, the sweet potato residue dryer can also dry and process high-moisture materials such as bean dregs and distiller's grains. There are many types of equipment and a variety of heat sources to choose from. Users can choose appropriate and sufficient fuel as their heat source according to local conditions.
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