Nut Drying Machine


Applicable In Drying Nut Food Projects.

♦ Applications:

Drying kinds  of Nuts: such as chestnuts, pillownuts, hazelnuts, cashews, walnuts, melon seeds, pine nuts, almonds, ginknuts, pistachios, pecans, desert nuts, Torreya seeds, white melon seeds, pumpkin seeds, peanuts, Sinian wood, macadamia nuts etc.

 What Is The Complete Process Of Drying Nut?

First step :Pretreatment  (Depends on different requirements)

  •      Nut: Peel the shell .

Second step: Drying (Remove their inside moisture,Meanwhile keep taste and color).

Assistant :Peeling machine ,trolley,trays etc.

♦ What is Heat Pump Dryer?

Heat Pump Dryer is a Hot Air Drying Type Dryer.
1. Driving force: Electricity

  1. Principle: Reverse Carnot principle, absorb air heat and transfer heat to the material to be dried.
  2. Advantages: A small amount of electricity is used to drive the compressor to generate a large amount of heat, which saves 4 times the energy consumption compared to the traditional .
  3. Operating system: PLC + touch screen (adjust temperature and humidity, automatic execution.)

1. Heating drying –Max drying temperature up to 75℃
2. Cooling —-Min cooling temperature low to 8℃
3. Dehumidifing —–10-50L/H

 How does dryer work?

Reverse Carnot principle, absorb air heat and transfer heat to the material to be dried.

♦ FeaturesWhy choose this type
1. Heat pump dryer running cost just as 40% of oil dryer, 50% of coal burning boiler, 30% of electric boiler;
2. During drying, the material does not craze,does not distortions, non-discolouring, never degenerate, non-oxidize, drying completely,with good Rehydration, keep nutrient content;
3. Energy saving and enironmental protection;
4. Heating drying and cooling drying, also dehumidify all in one;
5. Conventionally, materials are dried either in the field (sun drying) or using high temperature dryers (electric, gas fired, etc.). Successful outdoor drying depends upon good weather and indeterminate weather can render a product worthless. High temperature drying would damage the nutrient content and impart an unpleasant smell to the dried product.