Fluid bed cooler

fluid bed dryer cooler

Dryer/cooler process, how does it work?

Fluid bed Process.
I often get the questions : What does fluidised bed mean? How does a fluidisation work? What is the purpose of fluidisation? Etc.
In a couple of chapters, I like to explain more about this technology/process and where the system can be used.

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Fluidized Bed Dryers/Coolers for the food/feed industry

Fluidized Bed Dryers/Coolers for the food/feed industry:
Bread crumb • Rusk • Croutons • Soy • Starch • Citric acid • Animal Feed • Baby food • Baking additive • Bread waste • Cacao • Casein • Chicken meat • Chocolate • Coffee • Coffee granulates • Corn flour • Dextrose • Edible fat • Egg powder • Flavours • Flour • Fruit products • Gelatine • Instant bakery yeast • Instant drink powder • Instant soup granules • Lactose • […]

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Factory Acceptance Test

Factory Acceptance Test (FAT in our workshop) of a R&D Fluid Bed Dryer/cooler.
TEMA Process product portfolio includes a wide range of sizes to cover all the steps from R&D (0,16 m2) to production scale (36 m2). Regardless of size, our fluid bed systems with their compact design and their durable structure, will produce results that optimise the production process with outstanding results in quality, cost and time-saving.

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fluid bed cooler

Sugar cooling

Cooling is as important for sugar storing and sugar quality as the drying process.
Like a fluid bed dryer, the fluid bed cooler also uses the principle of fluidisation for maximum exposure of surface for cooling action. The fluid bed coolers are designed to cool all kind of products at a variety of feed rates. Cooling may be intensified by means of an air cooling system (chiller). The fluid bed coolers gently handle almost any product.

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Fluidized bed coolers

Fluidized bed coolers

Like a fluid bed dryer, the Fluid Bed Cooler also uses the principle of fluidisation for maximum exposure of surface for cooling action. Tema fluid bed coolers are designed to cool all kind of products at a variety of feed rates. The fluid bed coolers gently handle almost any product.

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transport of fluid bed dryers

Transport of fluid bed dryers

Transport of Fluid Bed Dryers/Coolers: In order to be successful in a competitive global economy, it’s necessary to find the most cost-effective and efficient way to get our fluid bed dryers, parts and other equipment from point A to point B. This can involve equipment transportation, warehousing and more. We offer all kinds of service within road freight, sea freight or air freight. We are always try to find the transport solution that suits our client’s needs the most.

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Air supply system

Air Supply system

Air Supply system for fluid bed dryer: A continuous fluid-bed dryer/cooler is a machine in which a continuous flow of air is conveyed over a perforated bed. The product is dried in the first section of the machine and cooled down in the second part. Drying occurs because of the direct contact between the “wet” material and the hot air blown through the material. There are many ways to heat the supply air; The air can be heated by a […]

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Fluid bed dryer

Fluid bed dryer/cooler available in all sizes

Fluid bed dryer/cooler available in all sizes! We supply several types and sizes of Fluid Bed dryers for application within the food, minerals, chemicals and waste & recycling industry. All our system are being used for drying and/or cooling of powders, granulates or pellets. Most of our continuous dryers operate 24/7. The sophisticated PLC controls allows the fluid bed drying system to operate unattended. The dryer is controlled by maintaining a constant energy balance over the dryer by monitoring the […]

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Fluid bed coolers for urea formaldehyde resin

Fluid bed coolers for urea formaldehyde resin

Fluid bed coolers for urea formaldehyde resin: In industrial production, urea resins are made by the condensation of formaldehyde and urea in an aqueous solution, using ammonia as an alkaline catalyst. The condensation reaction gives a colourless, syrupy solution that can be dried (and cooled) to a powder or granules for later use in coatings or adhesives; it can also be mixed with cellulose filler to produce powders for molding into solid objects. Urea-formaldehyde resins are used mostly as adhesives […]

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