How the Indirect Heat Dryer Works
The process side of the drum can be blanketed with inert gasses such as nitrogen, argon, or others allowing for specific chemical reactions that would be uniquely designed to meet the customers needs. In addition, due to the lack of air movement within the rotating drum, very fine particles can be handled without entraining particulate into the exhaust gas stream. This stream is minimal as its only purpose is to remove moisture vapor from the unit. Louisville high temperature indirect heat units can operate at temperatures upwards of 1800 degrees F. Whether your process demands moisture removal, calcination, crystalline structure modification, or other unique requirements, Louisville Dryer Company has the experience to solve your processing needs.