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This ground breaking technology creates a linear flow rate, converting wet grains to premium quality dry grains. Water is vaporized by conductive heat transfer when the material is in contact with the electrically heated screws and barrel. Additional heat is created by the mechanical shearing of the raw material and force of compression, allowing for moisture removal and self-sustaining heat which reduces energy costs. This method provides optimization of heat transfer by continuously moving wet grains through the system at a steady rate, resulting in a uniform grain, dried to a specified moisture content as low as 12%.
Rayeman Elements' equipment is designed in sections, which allows the material to flash off its moisture during the transition from each row.
This allows for flexibility to produce modified wets, while still producing dry grains.
As wet grain goes in, the moisture in the grain meets our two specially designed and patented screws inside a barrel. These electrically/mechanically, self-generating heated screws intermesh with one another creating designated compression points that squeeze the water out of the grain, while simultaneously creating heat at low temperatures upon contact, and vaporizing the water within the grains at various flash points throughout the process.
Additional heat is created naturally through shearing and compressing of the material from the rotating screws, causing this machine to conserve energy through self-generated low heat, and by squeezing water from the grain, versus boiling it off. The Rayeman Compression Drying process eliminates burning, and may produce the highest nutritional value grain that is consistently a lighter, superior golden colored, more flowable grain; an attribute highly sought after in the business of grain exporting and feed.
Our brand new Rayeman Compression Dryer has broken the limitations of conventional dryers by removing the possibility of explosions, significantly reducing operating costs, reducing and potentially eliminating emissions and emissions permits, and offering the flexibility to market modified wet grains as well as dry grains to the industry.