A dehumidifying dryer and a vacuum loader that supplies stable dew point dry air for
optical molding combined in a single unit. The initial performance is kept for a long period without replacing the adsorbent material in the honeycomb unit.
A heat-resistant-resistant high-performance filter (0.3 μm/99.97%) is used for the drying filter to clean the heated air at the end. In addition, our original push damper is used to prevent contamination during batch transportation.
2. Removal of resin powder
Our original aero power hopper removes resin powder with airflow while conveying materials.
The cyclone separator, which is separated by the weight of the dust, reduces the frequency of cleaning the filter. Maintenance during dry operation is possible by adopting a manual operation butterfly valve.
SSR (contactless relay) for the heater control circuit reduces maintenance frequency and greatly improves safety.
Related parts for this product
Parts related to the Dehumidifying dryer "DMD4" are available on the following site.
Cartridge filter for Matsui Dehumidifying dryer A filter is installed in each of the drying section and transportation section. Please check the compatible models below before ordering. ■Compatible models (Matsui) ・MJ3-10,15,25J (drying section) ・MJ3-10~150J (transporting section) ・MJ5-i-150,350,650J (drying/transporting section) ・DMZ-40~120 (drying) *This is an old model ・MJ2-15,25 (dry) *This is an old model
Precautions for installing drying equipment
According to Article 14 of the Industrial Safety and Health Act and Article 6-8 of the Industrial Safety and Health Act Enforcement Ordinance, the business operator who uses power as a heat source for heating and drying is stipulated that a drying equipment work chief must be appointed from those who have completed the skill training for the drying equipment work chief when using and operating drying equipment with a rated power of 10 kW or more. As the skill training for drying equipment work chiefs differs depending on the prefecture, please contact the prefectural labor bureau (labor standards inspection office) in your jurisdiction.
According to Article 88 of the Industrial Safety and Health Act and Article 6-8 of the Industrial Safety and Health Act Enforcement Ordinance, the business operator who uses power as a heat source for heating and drying is stipulated that the notification must be made to the Chief of Labor Standards Inspection Office at least 30 days before the start date of the construction when installing or relocating the drying equipment with a rated power of 10 kW or more and when changing the main construction part.
According to Article 45 of the Industrial Safety and Health Act and Article 15, Paragraph 1, Item 7 of the Industrial Safety and Health Act Enforcement Ordinance, the business operator shall conduct a periodic self-inspection of the drying equipment and keep the record for three years is stipulated. (Related: Industrial Safety and Health Act Enforcement Regulations Article 299)
Drying equipment may require notification to the fire department depending on the municipality. Please contact your local fire department.
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