WHAT IS BIODRYING
Biodrying is the process by which biodegradable waste is rapidly heated through initial stages of composting to remove moisture from a waste stream and hence reduce its overall weight. In this process, the drying rates are augmented by biological heat in addition to forced aeration. The major portion of biological heat, naturally available through the aerobic degradation of organic matter, is utilized to evaporate surface and bound water associated with the mixed sludge.
IN EVERY DETAILS
10,000 lb of stainless steel, corrosion resistant plastics, top brand sensors and components. Our team designed the BioDryer in order to make it last years, with minimum maintenance. Designed and manufactured in California and Milan, Italy.
LIFE IS ENERGY:
FROM 50F to 160F IN 10 HOURS
The heat released by billions of microorganisms that continue to grow and reproduce, allows the BioDryer to reach above 160 degrees F in a few hours. This heat will then be used by the BioDryer, controlled by an AI, to remove the moisture from biosolids.
24/7 AUTONOMOUS OPERATION
One of the biggest challenges is automation of organic waste management. By integrating Inspike’s PLEXUS technology, our team was able to build an Artificial Intelligence, capable of independently managing and treating biosolids. Needless to say, this technology, combined with low requirements for maintenance, helps to reduce the environmental impact and to keep the disposal price fixed for years.
The BioDryer was designed for biosolids treatment, but this reactor is also able to treat a wide range of products or mix. The BioDryer can process biosolids, manure, green waste, green waste/biosolids mix and food waste.
|Capacity||Up to 9 tons|
|Gross weight||7 tons|
|feedstock moisture||82% max|
|Process time||40 to 60 hours|
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