Production flow is in many cases steered against dryer temperatures. Powder Moisture measures and steers the moisture content of powder during the drying process which increases productivity and stabilises powder quality. Excessive heating is a waste of energy and increases possible risk for fire in the dryer which reduces productivity. A too low dryer temperature calls for reduced powder flow, thus reducing productivity.
- Increased dryer capacity as powder is dried to optimised moisture content.
- Possibility to increase moisture content improves the economy.
- Energy savings as powder is not dried too much.
- Better quality due to fewer black dots caused by too high dryer temperature.
- Easier to grind the product.
- Substantially reduced risks for fire in dryers.