Louisville Dryer Company offers expertise in construction, service, and maintenance on many types of rotary dryers, including Direct Heat Dryers, Direct Fired Dryers, Indirect Heat Dryers, and Steam Tube Dryers.
Our dryers are built using the latest technologies, in our own state-of-the-art factory, not at sub-contractor facilities. This ensures you the best quality on our dryers. Our in-house design team of engineers have experience in every type of process and industry, so the unit will be custom fit for your operation.
ALLOY-BASED ROTARY DRYERS
Louisville Dryer Company’s Senior Application Engineers have built thousands of rotary dryer shells using the full spectrum of carbon steels, stainless steels, and alloys. For industries that process materials with exacting requirements (including distilleries, corn wet milling, wood processing, activated carbon, and petrochemical), many common elements of our dryer design recommendations relate to temperature tolerance, pressure resistance, oxidation, and corrosion resistance. For these extreme environments of high pressures, temperature, and/or corrosivity, rotary dryers fabricated using alloy materials are well-suited for such tough service. Watch the videos below to learn more about alloy-based rotary dryers.
A FEW OTHER REASONS TO CHOOSE LOUISVILLE DRYER COMPANY:
ASME R, S, U Accreditation
In-House Design & Testing
Rail, Barge & Truck Facilities on our Property
STEAM TUBE DRYERS
The Louisville Steam Tube Dryer was developed more than 100 years ago to dry high moisture organic by-products such as brewers’ and distillers’ spent grain. Today, this dryer serves thousands of applications, including drying and processing inorganic and organic chemicals and other bulk solid materials.
DIRECT HEAT DRYERS
The Louisville Rotary Direct Heat Dryer provides a cost-effective, proven method to you for drying a variety of both organic and inorganic materials. Inlet gas temperature to the dryer can be optimized to suit the heat tolerance of the feedstock to provide maximum efficiency.
If your product is not affected by radiated heat from the burner flame or the products of combustion, then a Direct-Fired Dryer will provide the maximum efficiency through the full utilization of all three heat transfer methods: radiant, convection, and conduction.
INDIRECT HEAT DRYERS
The Indirect Heat Dryer is a unique piece of equipment that is designed to provide a method to dry, calcine, or otherwise process materials in a controlled (oxygen lean) atmosphere.