Granulation Dryers Features CHIL Construction Dryer Options

Granulation Dryers Features CHIL Construction Dryer Options
Granulation Dryers
Gruenberg manufactures standard granulation dryers from 15 to 800 cubic feet of
chamber capacity or custom dryers based on your requirements. Steam units are rated
up to 90°C. Two types of circulation systems are standard: controlled recirculation and
single-pass systems.
Features
CHIL Construction
• Low watt density, Incoloy-sheathed
tubular heaters
• Horizontal airflow system
• Intake and exhaust blower
• Differential air pressure switches
• HEPA filters on air intake and exhaust
• Interior and exteriors constructed of type 304L
stainless steel
• 3" thick fiberglass insulation
• Uniformity of ±2°C @ 60°C typical
• Separated, insulated inner and outer surfaces
• Pliable, silicone rubber gaskets
• Less energy to maintain temperature
• Heavy duty construction
• Built around welded, structural steel frame
• One-piece unitized construction or modular
• Pre-tested, ready for operation
• Temperature uniformity
Dryer Options
• Steam heated
• Recirculation HEPA filters
• Hot water heated
• Humidity sensor
• Motorized damper
• Water-cooled coil
• Automatic door locking system
• Paperless graphic recorder
• Chamber pressure monitoring with pressure
gauge and pressure transducer
• Pre-conditioning of ambient air for year round
consistent drying
Typical Dryer Sizes
Interior
Width (in.)
Interior
Depth (in.)
Interior
Height (in.)
any dryer processing alcohol, solvent
L18H27.0
36
36
36
mixes, or other volatile atmospheres
T18H28
28
48
36
within the dryer. Class A dryers require a
T18H29
26
32
60
specific exhaust rate to dilute vapors and
T18H35.4
36
36
48
an increased KW rating to compensate
T18H35.9
28
30
74
T18H36
36
36
48
T18H46
20
20
20
T18H53.6
33
36
78
the exhaust rate were to drop below
T18H55.76
33
40
73
acceptable limits.
T18H69.38
45
36
74
Dryers operating in atmospheres that
T18H72.0
36
45
72
are Class I, Group D, require explosion
T18H80.9
30
59
79
resistant housings for all electrical; static-
T18H95.8
54
42
73
eliminating belt drives; explosion resistant
T18H105
54
42
80
T18H111.7
58
52
64
T18H124.1-2D
84
37
69
T18H129
75
48
62
T18H156
42
107
60
Class I, Group D
T18H182.25
81
54
72
Class I, Group E
T18H304
106
92.5
91.5
T18H374.5
92
107
72
T18H476
139
88
76
Design requirements set by OSHA and
TPS Gruenberg- Granulation Dryer 071216 rev1
Explosion Resistant
Granulation Dryers
NFPA 86A (Class A) must be added to
for the increased exhaust. Explosion
venting relief panels are necessary, along
with monitoring pressure switches that
would shut off the heating system if
motors, non-sparking hardware, purged
control consoles.
Gruenberg can meet the
following requirements:
Class I, Group F
Class I, Group G
Consult the factory for any other Class or Group.
A custom-built device to supply
conditioning air to a remote chamber.
Class I, Division I Class.
Baker Furnace, Blue M, Gruenberg, Lindberg/MPH,
Lunaire, Tenney, Wisconsin Oven
Address: 2821 Old Route 15 | New Columbia, PA 17856-9396 | USA
Phone: (570) 538-7200 | Toll Free: (800) 586-2473 | Fax: (570) 538-7380
info@thermalproductsolutions.com
Specifications and Product Information are subject to change without notice.
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