In each desiccant dryer for plastics that Shini USA offers, you are getting a product that utilizes the very latest drying technology.

In the plastic processing industry, efficiency is everything. That’s why our desiccant dryers are equipped with not only the latest technological features, but the very best space-, material- and energy-saving designs as well.

How Does a Desiccant Dryer for Plastics Work?

In each desiccant dryer for plastics, there are three air paths. The first goes through the desiccant wheel and absorbs all of the moisture. Then it flows through the pellets in the drying hopper and back through the wheel. While all of this is occurring, the wheel rotates through the other paths.

Another air path is heated to high temperatures to remove the moisture that it picks up from the pellets. The last is the cool-down, which gets it back to operating temperature.

Our Line of Reliable, Compact and Portable Dryers

Shini USA carries multiple lines of these products, but each desiccant dryer for plastics is guaranteed to meet the needs of our clients through a variety of industry-leading features, which include:

  • Allowing dehumidifying, regenerating and cooling cycles to occur at the same time while delivering a dew point of -40°F
  • The ability to attain a temperature of 320°F with an unlimited service life
  • A timing belt drive, which eliminates the slippage problems of traditional belts and broken drive teeth often found with chain drive designs
  • Up to 35% operating/energy savings

Of the desiccant dryers for plastics that Shini USA offers – the Honeycomb Desiccant Wheel Cabinet Dryer and Portable Desiccant Wheel Drying Cart – each is equipped with individual features that enhance performance and ensure reliable drying cycles.

Combined with our dedication to complete customer satisfaction, you can rest assured knowing our desiccant dryer products will get the job done.

Finding the Right Dryer

There are many things to consider when looking for a dryer.

The first thing to do is determine whether you need a desiccant dryer or a hot air dryer. Desiccant dryers are used for hygroscopic materials – materials that absorb water – while hot air dryers are for non-hygroscopic components.

Next, you need to take into consideration the design of the dryer. There are desiccant bead and rotary dryers; the rotary dryers are 30 to 40 percent more efficient, which is why we sell them at Shini USA.

It’s important to choose a high-quality desiccant dryer because if hygroscopic material is not dried properly it looses mechanical, optical and functional properties, resulting in rejects that cost you money.

Make Us Your Desiccant Dryer Plastics Provider

To learn more about our desiccant dryers for plastics – and to get a price quote for your business – be sure to contact Shini USA today.