Coomtech SMR Technology - A low energy, low emissions, low cost alternative to traditional thermal drying of bulk solids for industry saving up to 75% of energy, and emissions
The Coomtech SMR solution to drying bulk solids materials of surface moisture works by shearing the moisture off particles in controlled turbulent airflow. Warmed to an average of 85C, it optimises its ability to hold the water separate from the particles. It is a lean phase process treating particles in under a second, dealing with a range of moisture levels dependant upon the material dried. It presents a singular and viable alternative to thermal drying which is the traditional approach, heating water till it reaches 100C then on up to vaporisation. Because it is only heating air to 85C and air does all the work of stripping, the Coomtech SMR system delivers a lower cost and lower emissions system over the life of a plant. It’s a modular configuration that can manage from 32,000 mtpa up to multiple hundreds of thousands of tonnes. The plant can integrate with existing systems including using low-grade waste heat sources or can be a standalone remote plant.
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