When compared to a regular dryer, the drying procedure for pet food differs significantly. The microwave technique of drying pet food employs a lower drying temperature. This prevents the destruction of some of the helpful microorganisms and the nutritional content of dog and cat food. The food for pets may be heated directly by direct microwave penetration. Additionally, the drying outcome is good and the heating duration is brief.
The multi-stage drying chamber is the main component of the pet food drier machine. The hopper at the input end of the box dryer is where the wet material is introduced. Drying materials exit the hopper immediately via the opposite end into the collecting box. The top of the apparatus is used to forcibly expel the moisture created by the drying materials.
In addition to drying soybean, maturing, sterilizing, and killing insects of black sesame, mung bean, corn, buckwheat, oat, and other grains, pet food dryers may also be used for these purposes. Low-temperature sterilization can keep the material's nutritional value and distinctive flavor. Additionally, microwaves can sterilise a material by penetrating its interior and producing unique thermal and non-thermal effects.
pet food dryer speed in the microwave. Microwave drying takes just 8 minutes compared to traditional methods like steam drying, electric heating drying, hot air drying, and other drying methods from 10% to 1% moisture content.
Equipment for drying pet food made by Taizy may be modified to meet specific client needs, such as those related to functional requirements for insulation, sterilization, and heat dissipation. The equipment may seem the same yet perform distinct functions because of its diverse internal structure.
The majority of the drying techniques frequently employed by conventional pet food producers include electric heating tubes, coal-fired boilers, oil-fired furnaces, etc. The cost of production goes up as a result of the high heat exchange use. Today, it is necessary to stop using the combustion drying process for environmental protection. Therefore, the vacuum low-temperature dryer for pet food may address a number of food manufacturing companies' high cost and environmental pollution issues.
1. High-value items need extremely high drying temperatures, product quality, and color; vacuum low-temperature or vacuum freeze-drying machines (high quality) are advised.
2. Drying equipment with conveyor belts for continuous drying may be utilized, which is ideal for flowing operation, for second-class goods with low temperature requirements (for example, rice drying, meat drying, plant powder drying, etc.).
3. Third-class items do not need to meet strict quality standards, but their cost of equipment input is constrained. It is possible to utilize a heat pump drier, and the machine's input cost is inexpensive, but the drying process will take a while.
This machine can be used together with other equipment or separately. Pet food dryer is also very suitable for drying food and vegetables. It is especially suitable for drying products and materials with high market value.