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Contact ISPT: [email protected] GRIP - Getting A Grip On Dryers Development of smart drying technologies DR-20-09 Project number Erik Esveld (WUR) and Peter Quaak (EnerQ) Project leader(s) [email protected]; [email protected] E-mail Danone, Huhtamaki, ANDRITZ Gouda, Schut-papier, Hessing Supervers, NWGD, WFBR, EnerQ, Agentschap Telecom, Drying Dutchman Engineering, BlueTerra, ISPT Partners 462 k€ Budget 2017-2019 Duration Incentive Strengthening the learning communities of drying experts by improving drying processes together Objective By sharing knowledge and experiences from several experts in specific drying cases, we work on technology enhancement and improvement of drying knowledge within the drying communities. Approach CASES presented by case holders: Huhtamaki: development of an In Mold Drying Process. Aims: improved product quality, lower production costs, fits in a sustainable future. ANDRITZ Gouda: assessment of re-using vapour created in a paddle dryer by drying as heat source for a second dryer. Aim: 50% less energy. Danone: application of integrated powder properties measurements in spray-towers for improved quality and energy control. Aim: tighter process control. Schut Papier: application of air-property measurements in the pockets of a cilinder dryer for paper. Aim: improved control over product quality and energy use. Hessing Supervers: improved production control and energy optimisation in removing adhering water from washed vegetables. Aim: less energy, optimal quality. Cyber security & Industrial IoT: Lot’s of digitization: smart, wireless SCADA; results in a changing risk landscape concerning the un-interrupted ‘Availability’ of ICTs. Aim: risk awareness & mitigation Training & Sharing: Assembling online digital training material. Knowledge clips on new topics. Expert meetings with action dialog. Results The strengthening of drying communities is applicable in the whole drying sector; specific project results are applicable for paper production, airless contact drying, spray towers and water removal from sensitive products. Example XRT analysis eggbox convective drying This project is co-funded by TKI-E&I with the supplementary grant 'TKI- Toeslag' for Topconsortia for Knowledge and Innovation (TKI’s) of the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy.

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  • Contact ISPT: [email protected]

    GRIP - Getting A Grip On DryersDevelopment of smart drying technologies

    DR-20-09Project number

    Erik Esveld (WUR) and

    Peter Quaak (EnerQ)

    Project leader(s)

    [email protected]; [email protected]

    Danone, Huhtamaki, ANDRITZ Gouda, Schut-papier,Hessing Supervers, NWGD, WFBR, EnerQ, AgentschapTelecom, Drying Dutchman Engineering, BlueTerra, ISPT

    Partners

    462 k€Budget

    2017-2019Duration

    IncentiveStrengthening the learning communities of drying expertsby improving drying processes together

    ObjectiveBy sharing knowledge and experiences from several experts inspecific drying cases, we work on technology enhancementand improvement of drying knowledge within the dryingcommunities.

    ApproachCASES presented by case holders:

    Huhtamaki: development of an In Mold Drying Process.Aims: improved product quality, lower production costs, fits in asustainable future.ANDRITZ Gouda: assessment of re-using vapour created in apaddle dryer by drying as heat source for a second dryer.Aim: 50% less energy.Danone: application of integrated powder propertiesmeasurements in spray-towers for improved quality andenergy control.Aim: tighter process control.Schut Papier: application of air-property measurements in thepockets of a cilinder dryer for paper.Aim: improved control over product quality and energy use.Hessing Supervers: improved production control and energyoptimisation in removing adhering water from washedvegetables.Aim: less energy, optimal quality.

    Cyber security & Industrial IoT:Lot’s of digitization: smart, wireless SCADA;results in a changing risk landscape concerning theun-interrupted ‘Availability’ of ICTs.Aim: risk awareness & mitigationTraining & Sharing:• Assembling online digital training material.• Knowledge clips on new topics.• Expert meetings with action dialog.

    ResultsThe strengthening of drying communities is applicable in thewhole drying sector; specific project results are applicable forpaper production, airless contact drying, spray towers andwater removal from sensitive products.

    Example XRT analysis eggboxconvective drying

    This project is co-funded by TKI-E&I with the supplementary

    grant 'TKI- Toeslag' for Topconsortia for Knowledge and

    Innovation (TKI’s) of the Ministry of Economic Affairs and

    Climate Policy.