Drying - White SugarPor Bento, Luis San Miguel
Inserida em 2006-09-19 Actualizada em 2009-12-02
After centrifugation white sugar contain about 1.5% of humidity (Moisture). In order to decrease its moisture, white sugar is passed through dyers. In this equipment sugar is contacted normally in cross flow with hot air. Moisture will migrate from the sugar to the air. In some dryers, near the outlet zone, sugar is contacted in a co-flow way with cold air in order to decrease dried sugar temperature.
Scheme of a sugar drying with cooling
This dryer consists in a rotating cylindrical drum containing in the inside wall small pads that elevate the sugar during rotation. When sugar falls contacts with the hot air current. The pads are positioned in such way that sugar is displaced horizontally along the drum. In the drying/cooling system air entering the dryer is removed through a pipe placed inside the dryer at the outlet end. Cold air is added to the dryer, after filtration, at the drum end. By this way at the end of the dryer sugar is contacted with cold air and a temperature decrease will occurs. Before sugar is discharged from the drum a screen will remove the lumps in the sugar.
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