Equipceramic launches new Barna 2.0 rapid dryer onto the market

The Spanish company Equipceramic has launched a new rapid dryer for high drying rates onto the market. This new dryer evolved from the conventional rapid dryer boasts improved efficiency and productivity. The dryer features a new mechanical concept to facilitate dryer maintenance.

Thanks to its modular concept, the building work required for installation is very simple, so costs and the time required for installation are reduced.

With drying rates of 1 200 t/day and the considerable reduction in investment and production costs, this dryer can meet all the current market requirements. With conventional technology, two dryers would be needed to equal this production rate.

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