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 a wide assortment of rotary dyers that are classified as direct
or indirect (air heating method), current or counter current
(material air contact). While using the dryers the material should be
dried and uniformly dispersed over the entire cross-section. These
dyers can also be customized based on the properties of the material.
is Passage through heated air
is driven through a girth gear and tyre arrangement
advantages of rotary dryers are:
suited for high volumes
dryers are used to handle following material
rotary dryer is a type of industrial dryer employed to reduce or
minimize the liquid moisture content of the material it is handling
by bringing it into direct contact with a heated gas. The dryer is
made up of a large, rotating cylindrical tube, usually supported by
concrete columns or steel beams. The dryer slopes slightly so that
the discharge end is lower than the material feed end in order to
convey the material through the dryer under gravity. Material to be
dried enters the dryer, and as the dryer rotates, the material is
lifted up by a series of internal fins lining the inner wall of the
dryer. When the material gets high enough to roll back off the fins,
it falls back down to the bottom of the dryer, passing through the
hot gas stream as it falls. This gas stream can either be moving
toward the discharge end from the feed end (known as co-current
flow), or toward the feed end from the discharge end (known as
counter-current flow). The gas stream can be made up of a mixture of
air and combustion gases from a burner, in which case the dryer is
called a direct heated dryer. Based on the configuration, rotary
dryers can be classified as co-current, counter current, direct fired
and indirect fired. Explanation of each configuration is given below:
drying of materials with high moisture contents.
a wide size range of materials with extended residence times.
permits highest possible drying temperatures.
cooling or calcination.
Co-Current Applications :
feed in contact with the hottest drying gases supplied from an
external source, where heat transfer is by convection.