Jun 11, 2010

Baker-Rullman Completes Construction, Testing of Mobile Drying Unit

Model SD45-12 employs company’s triple-pass technology

Baker-Rullman Mfg. Inc., located in Watertown, Wis., a manufacturer of corrugated steel storage bins, hoppers, steel structure and triple-pass rotary drum dryers, announced that it has completed construction and testing of a mobile drying unit. The Model SD45-12 employs Baker-Rullman’s triple-pass technology and will be available for lease to customers interested in drying materials to analyze drying capabilities, equipment suitability, as well as emissions data.

The mobile, rotary dryer system is mounted on a standard 53-ft trailer to accommodate easy transportation and simple setup without the need for cranes, fork trucks, millwrights or special permits, the company said. This unit will accept as much as 1 ton per hour in-feed, and, if needed for stickier products, a complete recycle loop may be added. The system is designed to accept propane, natural gas and solid fuel with complete control systems for all options. This is a plug-and-play system designed to accommodate almost any application, such as sawdust, paper or municipal sludge, wood chips, egg shells, alfalfa, distillers grains, bakery waste, livestock renderings and citrus or vegetable byproducts.