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mo explains the correlation between dew-point and (residual) moisture
To recap, there are four key parameters involved in drying plastic granulate: drying temperature, air-flow, dew-point temperature and the drying time. …
mo explains: compressed-air dryers are suited to drying small quantities of granulate
Compressed-air dryers fall under the category of dry air dryers. They use compressed air, expanded to atmospheric pressure, creating dry process air with a low dew point. …
mo explains: possibilities and limitations of hot-air dryers
Hot-air dryers are suited to preheating and drying non-hygroscopic or slightly hygroscopic plastics. These attractively-priced systems use ambient air to dry plastics by carrying the surface moisture away, but without the use of desiccants. …
mo explains the four key drying parameters.
When drying plastics, you should always keep four parameters in mind – and each one has an impact on the other three. …
mo explains: The moisture content of the feed material has a significant impact on the reliability of processes and the quality of the end product.
When manufacturing plastics, it is essential to ensure that the moisture content of the feed material is just right. …