STELA Belt Dryer Type BT

Designed for Efficiency & Precision

Belt Dryer Type BT

Single Pass Belt Dryer

Suited for any operations from biomass to waste handling, offering a reliable, proven drying solution with standard efficiency in a wide range of evaporation capacities.

Efficiency Level: STANDARD

STELA BT Belt Dryer: Innovation + Engineering Precision

The STELA Belt Dryer Type BT epitomizes innovation and advanced manufacturing. With its modular design and finely-tuned components, it stands out as a prime solution for both Greenfield and retrofit projects, especially in industries like wood processing, biomass and pellet production, as well as pulp and paper.

Each drying system is custom engineered and meticulously crafted in our state-of-the-art facility. We utilize high-quality materials like stainless steel and aluminum to ensure every unit meets the highest industry standards.

Key Features:

  • Efficient Air Distribution: Direct-coupled, frequency-controller multi-vent radial fans guarantee even airflow throughout the dryer.
  • Modular Design: An easily expandable modular concept adapts as your needs grow.
  • Eco-Friendly Consumption: Minimized heat and electricity use with harmonized components.
  • Durable in Harsh Climates: Enclosed design ensures functionality even in temperatures as low as –40°F (40°C).
  • Uniform Product Distribution: Double screws infeed system ensures even product spread and optimal drying results.
  • Consistent Moisture Level: Product-turning device ensures even moisture distribution and efficient product ventilation.
  • Versatile Belt Widths: Choose between 6.2 m (20 feet 4 inches) to 8.4 m (27 feet 6 inches) belt widths.

Customized for Your Needs:

The BT Belt Dryer’s ventilated area (length by width) is tailored based on required water evaporation, ranging from 6.2 m (20 feet 4 inches) to 8.4 m (27 feet 6 inches). With the ability to function effectively even in extreme cold conditions, it’s ideal for various geographical regions. The system’s capacity is primarily determined by the mass of water to be evaporated from the material per hour, ranging from 500kg (1100lbs) up to an impressive 50 metric tons (55short tonnes) of water per hour.