The products to be dried are stacked in baskets or placed in layers on plate trays mounted on a trolley. The loaded trolley is manually moved into the drying chamber where the products are gently - low temperature - dried within the desired time frame.
We are flexible as to the size of the trolley. As standard size, drying chambers are designed to accommodate europallets. Alternatively, our drying system may be modified to accommodate your existing trolleys or baskets.
We are also extremely flexible as to other features of our drying systems. They may, of course, be used to dry different products at variable temperatures and within variable drying times. Chamber dryers in batch mode may be used for drying operations without subsequent automatic production processes. If your throughput rises our drying systems may easily be extended to grow with your requirements.
With minor modification, our Airgenex® system may also be used for cooling if desired or required by the specific process. Owing to its physical approach, heat pump based condensation drying is a process which may easily be used for both drying and cooling.
We run series of tests in our pilot plant station to evaluate the parameters relevant for successful drying - temperature, humidity, time, air speed and airflow rate. The results form the basis for further layout and design. Our experience and your know-how are then merged to find the best solution.