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For maximum thermal energy savings
A closed system consisting of pre-drying, final drying and heat recovery.
In conventional belt dryers, all the incoming air is heated, routed over the material to be dried and discharged again only partially saturated. The energy introduced is thus partly blown out without ever being used as exhaust air – the efficiency often leaves much to be desired due to the systems’ design.
This exhaust air previously left unused is almost fully utilised by our MÜHLBÖCK 1003 PREMIUM System. The exhaust steam produced by the final drying zone is routed into an air to air heat exchanger and made available to the pre drying zone via a heat recovery system. The latter receives the required thermal energy from the heat recovery system and uses up no or little additional heating system energy, halving heating energy costs.