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Thermal Conduction Vacuum Dryer (Air parge type)

DPD3.1

  • Environmentally friendly products
  • Patented/ patent pending

Dries at a vacuumed and low temperature condition, DPD3.1 prevents yellowing and oxidation of products.

1,Air shock function
Is capable of eliminating gas and minimizes need for mold maintenance.Easy-to-use functions newly added to the DPD3.1
Some plastic materials are susceptible to bridging and blocking. The air shock function solves such problems.
2,Improved operability in transport control
Is capable of eliminating gas and minimizes need for mold maintenance.Easy-to-use functions newly added to the DPD3.1
Some of materials must be adjusted in batch for secondary transport. Conventional machines adjusted it by valve. The DPD3.1 has been developed to enable batch adjustments from a touch panel.
3,Increased energy-savings by improvement to heat insulation
Is capable of eliminating gas and minimizes need for mold maintenance.Easy-to-use functions newly added to the DPD3.1
Compared to conventional machines, energy-savings have been increased by improving heat insulation in greater detail so as to prevent heat radiation.
4,Efficient Drying
Thermal conduction fins in the inner hopper is located at both the inner and central wall of the hopper. Sensors are also located at various points to ensure speedy temperature control for efficient drying
5,Saves Energy
Vacuum condition brings down the temperature of evaporation, allowing of drying under lower temperature. Energy consumed is only 1/2 to 1/4 of that used by dehumidifying dryers.
6,Easy Maintenance
Lift of the damper lid allows cleaning to be carried out easily. The interior of the hopper uses anodized aluminum; its smooth surface makes it easy to remove remaining materials.

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