Drying Cylinders are heated by wood or charcoal fires and placed within the metal rolls. The drying cylinders are hollow and heated by steam. These drying cylinders furnish the only stage of drying for many papers. The drying cylinders are heated with saturated steam, hot water, thermal oil or gas.
A drying oven is a type of oven, which is used to dry a coating. It is useful for most general heating and drying applications, including glassware drying and dry sterilization. It is typically used for the removal of moisture from water-based coatings and adhesives. These are also used for removing water from the surface or interior of certain products or substrates.
Drying Systems use some form of heated air to reduce the moisture content of harvested grain or forage. Drying systems are available to meet the needs of each application. The systems typically include a mixer/blender, filter, condenser, vacuum pump and condensate-receiving vessel. They feature an integrated control interface, which provides status of drying and conveying functions.