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Basic knowledge of soybean dryer

The perfect source of high-quality plant protein is soybean. Increase your consumption of soy and soy products for the sake of your health and growth. Soybean is a high-protein, nutrient-rich food that may take the place of meat. It is capable of being transformed into soy milk, tofu, yuba, and other soy products. However, because of its thinness and hygroscopic seed coat, soybeans are highly susceptible to mold growth. The bean grains initially get mushy and the seed coat turns gray, and then they expand and distort, causing mildew and a dramatic decline in quality. Soybeans should generally be dried and stored with a moisture level of no more than 12%, and they must be kept in a dry, aired area. As a result, drying soybeans is a crucial stage, and our mixed-flow cereal drier ensures that it will be done correctly.

The introduction of the soybean

One of the most significant food crops in the world is soybeans. Soybeans are a great source of nutrition for the complete person, as well as plant protein, carbs, vitamins, and trace minerals. Foods made from soy are frequently found on people's tables. More soy protein consumption has been linked to a reduction in the risk of developing chronic conditions including cancers and cardiovascular disease, according to research. Not only may soybeans be used to manufacture food, but they can also be utilized to produce other goods like shortening, spray paint, and vegetable oil.

Why choose for our grain drier at low temperatures?

The protein and fat content of soybeans is high. Its four cell layers make up the seed coat. The outer layer's cells are extremely thick and have especially tough cell walls. As a result, throughout the drying process, the soybean seed coat has the highest resistance to moisture transfer. The moisture in the soybeans will be heated to raise pressure if the drying temperature is too high, which will easily cause the epidermis to expand and crack. When the soybeans are over-dried, they may even split into two directions.

Soybeans won't heat up to a temperature higher than 35°C when dried in our low-temperature mixed-flow grain drying tower. A batch of soybeans is now drying for 40–45 minutes at a temperature of around 80°C in the drying medium. The drying temperature can be suitably raised if the dried soybeans are utilized for industrial oil extraction and other reasons. In this method, even if the pace at which soybeans burst will rise, the output of soybean oil won't be much impacted.

To assure grain quality, no secondary pollution, and steady performance, our grain drying tower employs low temperatures, constant temperatures, and a clean heat source to achieve full coverage and 0% dead angles drying. Drying at low temperatures improves storage and is beneficial for some materials that react negatively to heat. The mixed-flow contact approach can help the material achieve a more sufficient drying effect than cross-flow drying and counter-flow drying. The dried grain is uniform both inside and out, making it simple to keep for a long period.

The benefits of our equipment for drying soybeans

low power of application The grain drying tower uses 7.6KW in total to dry 50 tons of grain each day. Its installation is simple, it works with standard agricultural electricity, and it doesn't require a transformer.

High efficiency drying To automatically regulate the drying temperature and duration to satisfy the needs of various humidity grains, intelligent drying technology is used. Drying at low temperatures results in grain that is uniformly heated, has a low burst rate, and has a high germination rate. The grain particles are finished after drying, guaranteeing the grain's purity.

Low heat and energy consumption: The dryer uses clean energy from heat exchange gas and maintains a low temperature to dry completely without dead ends or additional pollutants. The grain won't mildew, making it simple to keep for a long time. The performance is steady, and the moisture of the drying is uniform between the surface and the inside.

Long lifespan: The stainless steel runners and thicker plates serve as the dryer's major structural elements. Electrostatic spray paint is used to paint the dryer's surface (it has a lifespan more than five times longer than conventional spray paint).

Low drying costs: Our new style of drier uses an angled air inlet, which offers the benefits of smooth ventilation, equal drying, and no-cleanup year-round maintenance.

Applications of the soybean drying machine

Our brand-new grain drying machine may be used to dry a variety of grains and crops, including millet, rapeseed, soybeans, sunflower seeds, wheat, corn, and sorghum.