ADVANCED DRYING SYSTEMSEstablished in the year, 1999, our company, Advanced Drying Systems, is engaged in the sphere of manufacturing and exporting a wide range of drying plants, spray drying plants, drying chambers, laboratory spray dryers, air dispersion dryers, pilot dryers, rotary atomizer, industrial heaters, spin flash dryers, fluid bed dryers, vibrated fluid bed dryers etc. These are developed using advanced manufacturing technology that ensures optimal durability and functionality standards of the equipment. We have established a sophisticated manufacturing unit that is equipped with latest manufacturing machines for meeting the fabrication needs of plants. Our qualified quality controllers further assist us in maintaining the quality throughout the process ensuring superior functionality of the industrial heaters, spin flash dryers, fluid bed dryers, vibrated fluid bed dryers and other equipment.
To suit clients’ requirements, we also provide customized solutions within committed time frame. Further, we also offer effective and prompt after sale service so that our clients can make optimum use of the offered equipment. Our client centric approach has also helped us in attracting a large number of clients across the world. We have established a firm presence in our industry sector.
We offer a wide range of dryers, rotary atomizer, heaters, evaporator, powder separation unit and nozzle systems. These are manufactured using latest process technology and have been appreciated for their advanced mechanism ensuring optimum functionality standards. We use graded stainless steel and mild steel for the fabrication process ensuring high durability and corrosion resistance of the entire range of heaters, dryers, evaporators and other equipment. Further, we also have an in-house quality testing facility that allows us to check these systems on well defined quality parameters.
Some of the features of our dryers, heaters, evaporators and other equipment are:
The entire range of drying plants is widely installed in industries such as chemical industry, effluent treatment plants, pharmaceutical and others.
offer an assortment of falling film evaporator that are robustly
constructed and widely demanded in chemical industry and effluent
treatment plants. Due to the turbulence created inside the chamber,
the system is proved to be suitable for heat sensitive, highly
viscous and moderately scaling liquids. Our range of falling film
evaporator includes falling film, rising film, forced circulation
company is also engaged in the sphere of manufacturing and exporting
a wide range of falling film that consists of shell and tube heat
exchanger. It the system the liquid is distributed and fed to the
inside of the tubes of the calandria and create a uniform film.
falling film evaporator consists of shell and tube heat exchanger
called as calendria that is mounted in vertical position.
liquid is distributed and fed to the inside of the tubes of the
calendria and create a uniform film
steam in the jacket heats the tubes thus causing the liquid in the
feed to evaporate
vapor is separated from the liquid in a vapor separator and the
concentrated liquid is collected at the bottom or transferred to the
falling film evaporator can be single effect or multiple effects
depending on the capacity
product quality – due to gentle evaporation, mostly under vacuum,
and extremely short residence times in the falling film evaporator.
energy efficiency – due to multiple-effect arrangement or heating
by thermal or mechanical vapor recompressor, based upon the lowest
theoretical temperature difference.
process control and automation – due to their small liquid content
falling film evaporators react quickly to changes in energy supply,
vacuum, feed quantities, concentrations, etc. This is an important
prerequisite for a uniform final concentrate.
operation – quick start-up and easy switchover from operation to
cleaning, uncomplicated changes of product.
ranges of up to 150 t/hr, relatively small floor space requirement.
suited for temperature-sensitive products.
liquids which contain small quantities of solids and have a low to
moderate tendency to form incrustations.
liquid to be concentrated is supplied to the top of the heating tubes
and distributed in such a way as to flow down the inside of the tube
walls as a thin film. The liquid film starts to boil due to the
external heating of the heating tubes and is partially evaporated as
a result. The downward flow, caused initially by gravity, is enhanced
by the parallel, downward flow of the vapor formed.
film liquid and vapor is separated in the lower part of the calandria
and in the downstream centrifugal droplet separator. It is essential
that the entire film heating surface, especially in the lower
regions, be evenly and sufficiently wetted with liquid. Where this is
not the case, dry spots will result that will lead to incrustation
and the build-up of deposits.
complete wetting it is important that a suitable distribution system
is selected for the head of the falling film evaporator. Wetting
rates are increased by using longer heating tubes, dividing the
falling film evaporator into several compartments or by recirculating