M-860 drying kiln is aimed at drying tobacco leaves. The housing of the kiln is made of zinc-plated sheets filled in with poliurethane foam of 45 mm thick and the heat transfer coefficient of 0,022 W/mK. The kiln is divided into two parts: a boiler room and a drying chamber. In the boiler room there are: a fuel oil burner or a gas burner and a fumes-air exchanger made of acid-proof and heat-resistant material, a fan, a manual humidifying set, semi-automatics and a fresh air inlet set. Correct drying process is controlled by the semi-automatics which administers the basic parameters in the chamber: temperature and humidity. The chamber consists of an openwork floor through which the hot air is delivered, three tiers of runners on which the racks are placed, the temperature sensors, outlet flaps for humid air removal. There are 102 idle racks (to hang up the leaves on them using the tool also provided) in standard equipment.
|Drying agent||hot air|
|Heat consumption for evaporation||MJ/kg||3,733|
|Single load weight||kg||~4000|
|Average fuel consumption||kg/h||1,58|
|Fuel consumption with constant burner work||kg/h||6,3|
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