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Conveyor Dryer Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of conveyor dryer manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source conveyor dryer manufactures with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate conveyor dryer companies that will design, engineer, and manufacture conveyor dryers for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading conveyor dryer manufacturers. View company profiles, website links, locations, phone number, product videos, customer reviews, product specific news articles and other production information. We are a leading manufacturer directory who will connect you with the right manufacturers whether you are looking for continuous dryer, conveyor belt dryer, or layered conveyor belt.

Leading Companies:

  • Louisville, KY 502-969-3171

    Carrier is a manufacturer of high quality dryers in addition to many other related products, including coolers, screens, air knife separators, spiral elevators, feeders & conveyors. Industries served include chemicals, synthetics, foundry, glass, pharmaceutical, explosives, wood, metal, scrap & recycling. Carrier’s custom-engineered solutions extend to plant sites around the world.

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  • De Pere, WI 920-336-5715

    Dürr Megtec provides customized systems for: regulatory compliance; improvement in working environment and in neighbor relations by reducing odor from industrial processes and helping to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and process energy management. Dürr Megtec provides thermal and catalytic oxidizers, solvent recovery and distillation equipment, particulate control with wet and dry electrostatic precipitators and scrubbers, fabric filters (baghouses), etc . To learn more visit our website!

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  • East Windsor, CT 860-627-5110

    Dri-Air Industries' expertise is in plastic drying technology. The plastic drying systems we offer problem solve for drying plastic resins, mixing and blending. Our product line includes industrial dryers, desiccant air dryers and hot air dryers. Newly offered is our micro dryer for micro molding machines.

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  • Xenia, OH 937-376-2927

    W.A. Hammond DRIERITE Company manufactures DRIERITE desiccants in many sizes and consistencies and related materials and equipment. Our product line includes gas dryers, compressed air dryers, drying tubes, storage tank vent dryers and truck dryers. Our desiccants prevent mildew, rust and corrosion.

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  • De Pere, WI 920-336-9800

    The CMM Group provides custom-designed industrial dryers and ovens for a wide range of applications in single or multi-zone configurations. The CMM Group designs and builds conveyorized curing, baking and drying ovens for automated production of small-to-medium sized products. Conveyorized roll support web dryers are available in horizontal or vertical tower design and can handle thin film to heavy gauge substrates, narrow to wide, slow or fast speeds.

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  • Broomfield, CO 800-521-5351

    Altec AIR is a leading manufacturer and worldwide distributor of industrial compressed air dryers, laboratory gas generators, purifiers, complete systems and accessories. Altec AIR manufactures a full line of regenerative, desiccant compressed air dryers and absorbers to 50scfm.

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Conveyor Dryers Industry Information

Conveyor Dryers

Conveyor dryers remove moisture from substances or items as they are carried through the dryer on a conveyor belt. A conveyor belt consists of a series of at least two pulleys with a loop of material revolving around them. As the pulleys turn, the looped material rotates, and any substance or item on top is moved along with the belt. The belt itself usually has two layers; one provides linear strength and the other comes into contact with the substance it is transporting. The belts are typically made of rubber, plastic, mesh, cotton or silicone.

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Design of Conveyor Dryers

Though conveyor dryers typically use the belts themselves as drying surfaces, there are other options. Some belts are equipped with hooks for items that cannot be in contact with a flat surface because they require coating. The items hang from the belt and are dipped or sprayed in the finish before entering the dryer. Most dryers are rectangular and made of a strong metal like stainless steel. The conveyor belt runs through the center, and inside the housing are the heat sources directed towards the belt. The size and shape of conveyor dryers varies depending on its application. For screen-printing, a 52 inch conveyor belt is sufficient to cure ink on a t-shirt while other materials take days to travel through a dryer hundreds of feet long. Another factor is what kind of method is used to achieve evaporation and remove moisture. The most common way is an air dryer in which hot air comes into direct contact with the substance or items. Infrared dryers use thermal energy from a certain wavelength to dry from the inside out, and fluid bed dryers require a belt with a permeable surface to support the materials as heated gas fills the space. These main methods of drying can be used in combination with a conveyor belt to eliminate batch drying and speed up the process.

Applications of Conveyor Dryers

Wet materials are carried through conveyor dryers on conveyor belts at the appropriate speed and are dried right on the belt. Conveyor dryers can handle unique shapes and particle sizes including granules, gels, pastes, flakes, slurries, solids and large items. The conveyor belt can be changed to accommodate the material; for example, wheat germ would travel on a solid rubber belt whereas strips of seaweed could be dried on a metal mesh belt for maximum heat absorption. Conveyor dryers are almost always continuous dryers because the looped belt does not require any stoppage time for loading or set-up; products can be placed on the belt at one end, travel through the dryer and then removed at the other end. This process is beneficial for many industries and has applications in the food, agricultural, apparel, lumber and chemical industries, setting wet ink on screen-printed apparel, curing treated lumber, turning wet paste into dry grains and drying paper.



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