Tobacco Moisture Applications
Accurately Detect Moisture Levels at Every Stage of the Process
Moisture Level Sensing Applications For Tobacco Products
The Model 828 tobacco moisture sensor, is considered by many as being the flagship of MoistTech’s IR Series of sensors. It has resulted in unmatched performance for tobacco moisture measurement and control within all levels of the tobacco industry.
Our long standing relationship with most tobacco processors confirms that our knowledge and experience is second to none. MoistTech’s professional staff continues to develop products for the tobacco industry showing our commitment to you and your products.
Dryer control is the most sensitive area of the tobacco process. Thousands of kilos per hour are processed where volume, temperature and input moisture vary. The MoistTech model 828 tobacco moisture sensor, provides the user with the ability to monitor and control this process to within tenths of a percent.
Installation of the Model 828 provides manufactures exceptionally accurate and precise tobacco moisture measurement and control protocols. It is able to accurately measure to within 0.1% on many applications – resulting in improved product quality and significant cost savings.
Tobacco Leaf Processing
To improve the threshing efficiency and to reduce the quantity of lamina, moisture control is extremely important. High accuracy and fast responses to moisture sensing allows for the manufacturer to conduct 100% inspection while optimizing the process by producing a quality product at reduced cost.
Our on-line tobacco moisture measurement and control sensors also have the ability to measure temperatures and other tobacco components, such as sugar and nicotine if required.
MoistTech’s NIR analyzer, the Model 828 tobacco moisture sensor, is used for on-line tobacco moisture analysis at all locations in tobacco leaf and primary processing. The bullets below list the applications for each tobacco moisture measurement. The accuracy that can be achieved depends on the sampling and testing methods. Whole leaf and strip tobacco will have higher sampling errors than cut finished tobacco due to the variability of the material.
Benefits of Tobacco Moisture Analysis
- Reduced Energy Usage
- High Quality Product Through Instant Accurate Moisture Control
- Reduction in Fire and Explosion Risk
- Plant Production Efficiency Monitoring
- Dryer Control
- Blending Monitoring for Control of Moisture & Resin
- Increased Productivity
- Low Cost
- Highest Performance Operation
- Reduce Downtime