Badger Sheet Metal Works has the facilities and experience to get the job done
Industrial dryer manufacturing is a metal fabrication project that not every metal shop is equipped to handle. The size and weight of these often-complex machines precludes all but the most sophisticated shops from accepting these orders. Badger Sheet Metal Works, which also designs and manufactures safety guard fabrication projects for a variety of industrial customers, is well-known for its manufacturing capabilities.
A variety of industries depend on Badger Sheet Metal Works to deliver the level of performance needed for predictable results. Its high-quality industrial dryer manufacturing teams customize units that specifically fit the type and quantity of materials being processed.
“Our plant capabilities and workforce experience meet the standards our customers require in a partner,” says Kenny Coe, director of sales at Badger Sheet Metal Works. “We have produced industrial dryers that reduce moisture levels in a wide range of bulk materials.”
Industrial dryer manufacturing covers a wide range of technology, sizes and processes. The correct type of dryer is dependent upon the material to be dried, drying process requirements, requirements of the resulting product, and configuration of the production process.
The most common types of industrial dryers are:
- Rotary dryers
- Rolling bed dryers
- Fluidized bed dryers
- Convection dryers
- Conduction dryers
- Dispersion dryers
- Pharmaceutical dryers
- Suspension/paste dryers
Badger Sheet Metal Works is able to fulfill virtually any order by virtue of a modern facility that features exceptional lifting capacity. Its Certified Weld Inspector (CWI) ensures Badger’s welding team has a clear understanding of weld qualifications for various projects, including industrial dryer manufacturing.
About Badger Sheet Metal Works
Badger Sheet Metal Works is a custom and OEM metal fabrication partner for a wide range of industries including food and dairy, mining, petroleum, material handling, medical and pharmaceutical. The company employs approximately 100 people in a custom-designed plant in Green Bay, Wisconsin. The facility includes a 70-by-320-foot main assembly bay with four crane rails featuring a total lifting capacity of 30 tons and a 22-foot under-hook height.
For more information about Badger Sheet Metal Works’ custom fabrication capabilities, call Kenny Coe, director of sales, at (920) 435-8881, or visit http://bsmw.com/.