Construction of
Rotary Dryers

Rotary dryers are available with all vapor-contacting parts made of carbon steel, stainless steel, or special alloys. Internal shell and external agitator welds are ground smooth and flush. External surfaces are painted; interior surfaces can be polished.

  The dryer's jacket can be designed and stamped in accordance with ASME code for 25, 50, or 100 psig, conicidental with full vacuum in shell. The jacket is baffled for equal distribution of liquid heating mediums. External insulation and sheathing can be seam welded and polished or joined with sheet metal screws.

  Rotary dryers are equipped with a vacuum gauge, vacuum release valve, jacket pressure gauge, and jacket relief valve. A product thermocouple well is available. Standard saddle supports allow 18 inches of clearance from discharge valve face to floor. Special supports are available.

  Each rotary dryer is fully assembled and vacuum leak tested at McGill AirPressure's manufacturing plant.


The jacket is baffled for equal distribution of liquid heating mediums.


To find out more about our vacuum dryer products and services,
contact us at: sales@mcgillairpressure.com

Or call us at: 614/829-1200, Fax: 614/445-8759.

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