Worldwide Recycling Equipment Sales, LLC offers the option of custom made rotary kilns. These kilns are great for drying sawdust, wood shavings, grains and other food products, by-products used for animal feed, citrus & potato by-products, life stock renderings, paper & pulp sludge, municipal solid waste and sludge. Rotary dryers are also widely used for drying various products in the metal, mining, ceramic and chemical industries. In the metal and mining industires, kilns are used to dry concentrate Tin, Iron, Copper, mineral sands, Tantalite, Ilmenite, Wolfframite, Columbite, Monazite, Garnet, Zircone, Scheelite, Rutile and other metals concentrates and minerals. Materials for powder metallurgy (powder), Coal, Cokes, Quicklime, Sulfur, Phosphor (Powder), Fluorescent substance (Powder), Cast dust, Steel shot (granule) minerals, etc. In the ceramic and chemical industries, kilns are used to dry silica sand, beach sand, ceramic (powder), glass (powder), foundry sand, Quartz powder, Kaolin powder, synthetic resins (pellet, beads, powder), wood powder, graphite (powder), rubber filter (powder), Silica powder, Phosphate, fertilizer, Sulfur, Phosphor (powder), fluorescent substance (powder), etc.
Worldwide Recycling Equipment Sales, LLC offers a variety of customizable options, including choice of direct or indirect heating, burners ranging from 1 MMBtu to 30 MMbtu, rotary drums ranging from 18’ to 70’ and a variety of diameter sizes, drums made of carbon steel or stainless steel and variable flight design to suit application.
This model is a 28’ long x 42” diameter rotary kiln, equipped with burner and blower. It was built with steel flights on a heavy-duty axle trailer, making the kiln fully portable.
The primary use of a rotary dryer is to reduce the moisture content of a material. The rotary dryer is also a primary piece of equipment in soil remediation. It evaporates the volatile compounds in the soil and reduces the moisture content by bringing the soil into direct contact with a heated gas. As the dryer rotates, the material is lifted by a series of fins lining the walls. As the material rolls back down off the fins, it passes through a hot gas stream and falls to the bottom of the dryer. The rotating drum heats the soil to a temperature high enough to vaporize the contaminants, but not so high that it incinerates it.
In almost every industry, at some point in the process, materials need to be dried, making rotary dryers a very versatile piece of equipment. Whether it’s the beginning, middle or final step in the process of material flow, a rotary dryer will make things quick and efficient allowing the process to flow faster and more smoothly, making them a crucial component at any site.