Regulating the drying process

Manual Control Automatic Control
One-off sampling, small volumes of samples (100-200 g) Continuous measurement with large volumes (2 m3)
Measuring takes place at the end of the process, with delay Continuous measuring
Intervention is subjective and late Intervention takes place instantly when objectively required
Possibility of subjective errors Subjective errors excluded, instrumental control
The possibility of over-drying to be on the safe side Regulated to achieve the set value
Journal recorded by the operator Automatic data collection, feedback enabled

It is obvious that automatic regulation is the only solution for managing an energy-saving, reliable and subsequently controllable drying method.

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