Belt Dryers on the Rise

Brueckner Pic SUPRA-FLOW dryer 2As one of the leading producers of finishing and thermal treatment lines for the nonwovens and textile industry, Brückner considers its participation in Index 17 from April 4th to 7th in Geneva as absolutely obligatory. In Hall 1, Booth 1580, visitors will have an opportunity to obtain extensive information on the company’s new products and technologies.

At Index 17, Brückner wants to present customers and prospective customers new developments and improvements in the field of belt dryers, a type of dryer which has been gaining more and more acceptance in recent years, as compared with conventional drum dryers.

The design of the high-performance dryer Supra-Flow BH, which had been particularly developed for the air-through drying of lightweight hydroentangled nonwovens, has been optimized. This type of dryer is characterized by its particularly high evaporation capacity, high energy efficiency, gentle material transport and excellent drying homogeneity. It is thus clearly more than an alternative for the use of an air-through drum dryer and offers many benefits for the user.

Another new development is the Supra-Flow BE-ADL belt dryer developed for ADL products for thermo-fusion of card nonwovens. In designing this dryer, particular attention was paid to gentle fabric transport, high temperature accuracy and precise air control. The air circulation in this dryer also follows the air-through principle.