For optimal performance of our dewatering machines, it’s crucial that the input material begins with a moisture content of at least 50%. This initial moisture level is necessary to ensure efficient and effective dehydration. Once the material has undergone the dehydration process, you can anticipate a residual moisture content of approximately 30%. This significant reduction in moisture allows the material to be suitable for a wide range of uses, including further processing or safe storage, without the risk of spoilage.