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Food Dryer Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides a comprehensive list of food dryer manufacturers and suppliers. Use our website to review and source top food dryer manufacturers with roll over ads and detailed product descriptions. Find food dryer companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture food dryers to your companies specifications. Then contact the food dryer companies through our quick and easy request for quote form. Website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information is provided for each company. Access customer reviews and keep up to date with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of food freeze dryers, preserving dried foods, food dryer materials, or customized food dryer of every type, this is the resource for you.

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Our engineers utilize the latest technologies when developing our food dryers. These dryers are economical not only in cost but also in operation. We have years of experience in creating reliable food dryers. We are a trusted name in our industry and we put our customers' as our #1 priority. These machines improve the productivity and safety in your work areas. Give us a call today to learn more information!
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All of our items are fairly priced and you will not be upset with our food drying technology. Our top of the line food dryers are equipped with versatile features that result in ultimate customer satisfaction. These systems are created by our seasoned engineers who always put your needs first. We are devoted to making you our priority. Do not hesitate to let us know if you have any specific requests.
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Through its Gruenberg and Blue M brands, TPS offers a range of standard and custom industrial drying ovens. Delivering durability, innovation, and superior performance, Gruenberg ovens accommodate temperatures up to 1200F and are available in a number of configurations, including cabinet, truck in, and top loading models. Known for rugged reliability and value pricing, Blue M ovens are available in bench top, stacked, and cabinet models to accommodate a variety of capabilities and footprints.
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Are you looking for a trustworthy manufacturer of food dryers? We are a trustworthy company that is bringing practical solutions to the global market. Our teams are diligently creating the best products. Let us know if you are in need of secondary services and our operations teams will meet all of your requirements. Please visit our website for more information! We look forward to hearing from your representatives!
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Here at Central Air Compressor we are a top supplier of energy efficient products. Our inventory includes: air compressors, dry air systems, purification systems, industrial process chillers, food dryers and more. We offer a full spectrum of services and our research teams are constantly looking into the newest innovations. Turn to us for the most cutting edge technologies. We look forward to hearing from you!
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For top-notch food dryers, turn to the experienced professionals at Comp-Air Ohio, leading designers, engineers and manufacturers of a wide range of process equipment and turnkey systems for a variety of applications depended upon by a wide range of industries. Please contact Comp-Air Ohio today or browse through our website for full product and service listings.
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Food Dryers

Food dryers remove moisture from fruits, vegetables, meats and other edible substances. Dried foods preserve nutrients, color and flavor while reducing weight and volume, making them easy to pack and transport. Food dryers can be very different from each other in terms of specific processes, yet the basic idea is the same: the temperature is raised (lowered in the case of freeze drying) until the water evaporates or sublimates out of the food, leaving behind the dried product.

Most food dryers have a few features in common, such as a holding tank or container with a door, a heat source and an accessible and convenient way to remove the finished product. Personal food dryers are small enough to fit on a countertop, while commercial or industrial dryers have up to 8,000 square feet of drying capacity. Food grade stainless steel is often used for the tank or container because of its corrosion resistant and sanitary properties, and fiberglass can be used as insulation for more precise temperature control. Food dryers are used by food and beverage companies to create fruit leather, beef jerky, powdered juice, vegetables for dried soup mixes, spices, fruits for breakfast cereals, powdered milk and more. Militaries and space programs use dried foods as rations, and campers or hikers appreciate their compact and lightweight nature.


Though there are differences, food dryers are often mistakenly called food dehydrators. Dried food loses approximately 75% of its water content and remains soft and pliable, whereas dehydrated food reduces its moisture content by about 98%, resulting in a shriveled and brittle product with a longer shelf life. Industrial food dryers are also frequently interchangeably called dehydrators, in part because dehydration can take place if left in the dryer for longer periods of time at higher temperatures. There are three main ways of drying food: in the oven, by the sun and through a food dryer machine or appliance. Food dryers themselves use a number of techniques to achieve the final result, including spray, freeze, tray, belt and bin drying. Spray drying uses a jet of hot steam to instantly dry any moisture on a food particle. Freeze drying lowers the temperature in order to freeze a substance then allows sublimation to occur, consequently drying it. Tray drying usually occurs in dollies, or racks on wheels. Items are placed on trays and slid into shelving units. The door is closed, the temperature raised and, as time passes, the food dries. Depending on the heat flow, some trays may have to be rotated to ensure equal heat penetration. Belt dryers have a modular design where the humidity, air flow and temperature can be controlled in zones. Bin dryers, however, provide a more consistent product because each bin is separately and individually controlled.



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