This equipment is mainly used in drying fish, medicine, sesame, vegetables, fruit, seafood, flowers, such as ginseng, red ginseng, ginseng, angelica, cordylines sinensis, honeysuckle, conventional, schisandra, astragalus and konjac, yam, maize seed, tobacco seeds, pumpkin, onion, spinach, brake, wild, carrots, celery, cowpea, chili, beans, tomatoes, mushrooms, mushrooms, agaric, garlic, ginger, raisins, kiwi fruit, banana, litchi, longan, apple, hawthorn, persimmon, scallops, dried fish, kelp, vinasse, chrysanthemum, rose dry food processing, etc. The productivity is high and with low consume.
There are trolleys with shelves inside the dryer and many plates on the shelves. You can put your fish in the plates, and then put the plates on the shelves. There are wheels on the trolleys you can push them out of the dryer to put on fish.
The inner wall, the dryer and the plates are stainless.
Temperature and humidity control precision of temperature control in curing barn: accuracy ± 2 degrees Celsius, temperature automatic temperature control.
industrial herb seeds dehydrator drying equipment for rose flower apricot is suitable for drying a very large variety of food.
> fruits and vegetables
> cereals and nuts
> tea, flowers and herbs
> pasta and noodle
> meat, seafood, and sausages
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