Our dryer uses single-phase, 220V, 60Hz and 50A electricity. The medium-sized model (PS-5000A) uses 4.9kw, low-end model (PS-2000A) uses 3.5kw, small-sized model (PS-1000A) uses 2.5kw and home model (PS-100c) uses 503w.
In the case of raw red pepper, capacity is 80~100kg for the medium-sized model, 40~50kg for the low-end model and 28~35kg for the small-sized model
Electrical installation must be performed by a professional electrical installation company to assure safety
We provide free A/S for up to 1 year after installation, as long as the trouble is not caused by a user’s mistake
Drying cannot be done if the moisture outlet is blocked. Keep the moisture outlet open when using the dryer and close the outlet when not using the dryer.
Turn power off using the breaker and remove the trays from the tray hanger. Push the turning table to the left or right so that the trays can be removed easily
Connecting power of the dryer to a power socket can cause fire, so the dryer must be connected to a breaker.
In the case of red pepper, 600g of dried red pepper is produced from 3kg of raw red pepper and drying yield is about 20%.
Do not keep the dried objects inside the dryer. Avoid humid places, especially rain (which can cause failure). Lay a cover if you are not using the dryer for long time.
It is because the blower works (idling) for 5~6 minutes longer, removing heat from the dryer to enhance durability of various parts.
First, turn the breaker on and press the tiny button underneath the breaker. If the breaker goes down, electricity is flowing.
Make sure to lower the breaker after use.
In the case of food products that are sliced as thin as radish slices, you can dry them faster by purchasing additional trays (11 trays for the medium-sized model and 10 trays for the low-end model).