Static fluid bed

Static (non-shaking) fluidised bed or fluid bed

Static (non-shaking) fluidised bed

Static (non-shaking) fluidised bed or fluid bed (dryers and coolers) are used on free flowing fluidised bulk materials that have a narrow particle size distribution. The static fluid bed remains stationary during operation. Static fluid bed dryers can be continuous or batch operation and may be round or rectangular.
The other¬†type of fluid bed dryer is a shaking¬†fluid bed dryer or cooler, where the body of the dryer oscillates, assisting the movement of material through the unit and supporting the fluidisation […]

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Fluid Bed Batch Dryer

Process Static Fluid Bed Batch Dryer

Erection of a TEMA Process Static Fluid Bed Batch Dryer. In a static fluid bed dryer, a specially designed perforated plate is used to keep the product in fluidization by upward moving amount (specific velocity) of air. A static Fluid bed dryer uses air to lift and maintain the feed in a fluidized state. The fluidization provides intimate contact between the product and the air stream results in a extremely efficient drying of the product.

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Drying and cooling granules and powders in a static fluid bed

Drying and cooling granules and powders in a static fluid bed: The static fluid bed dryers have no mechanical drive, which means they are lighter and also lower priced. A fluidised bed is a physical phenomenon occurring when a quantity of a solid particulate substance is placed under appropriate conditions to cause a solid/fluid mixture to behave as a fluid. This is usually achieved by the introduction of pressurized air through the particulate medium.

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