Drying

Our bench-top drying units are perfect for production, workshop and service environments where space is limited. The floor-standing range of drying units can be used as a stand-alone machine or integrated into a line and are ideal for medical, optics and aerospace environments. When you need a rapid drying process at low temperatures that protect the product whilst reaching deep pores, vacuum drying is a solution that can be used across all industries.

Our bench-top drying units are perfect for production, workshop and service environments where space is limited. The floor-standing range of drying units can be used as a stand-alone machine or integrated into a line and are ideal for medical, optics and aerospace environments. When you need a rapid drying process at low temperatures that protect the product whilst reaching deep pores, vacuum drying is a solution that can be used across all industries.

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How do the drying techniques work?

There are many drying techniques that can be used with a variety of differing considerations in mind. Our easy-to-use bench-top dryers will blow hot or cold air onto the components you have placed in stainless steel baskets, whereas floor-standing dryers use different methods of drying including warm-air, continuous flow, infra-red or vacuum, all of which dry parts quickly and efficiently. When working with components with complex geometry and deep pores, vacuum drying is particularly effective; simply apply the vacuum which reduces the boiling point, and the water will be vapourised.

When to use component drying?

Component drying is perfect for use across all industries, particularly within the:

  • Medical field
  • Aerospace industry 
  • Manufacturing of precision components 
  • Automotive industry 
  • Optics field
  • Defence sector