Air required to dry tobacco; It is produced in a Hot Air Generator. While the natural gas burned in the burner heats the heat exchanger; The smoke is expelled through the chimney. It does not come into contact with tobacco. Radial Fan absorbs the exchanger heat and passes the heated compressed air through the grills and delivers it to the tobacco bales. The air passing through the tobacco leaves reaches the heat exchanger again over the cabin. The sensor, which measures the perceived humidity, opens the damper if the air is saturated with moisture. Fresh air comes in to warm you up. Cabin pressure increases. Humid air is thrown into the atmosphere from the upper valve. The burner is controlled by measuring the lower and upper air temperature, exchanger temperature, and perceived air humidity.
Tobacco drying systems are special equipment that enables the processing of tobacco leaves by drying them under the correct temperature and humidity conditions. These systems aim to preserve the components that determine the aroma, flavor and texture of tobacco in a balanced manner. The tobacco drying process is a critical stage to improve the natural properties of tobacco leaves and make them comply with the desired quality standards.
Tobacco drying systems usually consist of special chambers or drying chambers that operate with controlled temperature and humidity levels. In these systems, tobacco leaves are placed hanging or flat in these chambers for a certain period of time and allowed to dry under specified conditions. By using heating methods such as hot air or steam, tobacco leaves lose their moisture, which ensures that the tobacco has the desired quality characteristics.
The main purpose of tobacco drying systems is to reduce the water content in tobacco leaves to increase durability and maintain quality during storage. In addition, the drying process is aimed at developing the desired color, aroma and flavor characteristics of tobacco. These systems have a wide range of applications in the tobacco industry, from large-scale production facilities to small-scale producers.
Tobacco drying systems make a significant contribution to the tobacco industry by ensuring that tobacco is prepared and processed in accordance with the desired quality standards. The use of these systems increases the commercial value of tobacco products and stands out as an effective tool to ensure continuous quality control in the tobacco industry.