An IBC dryer is the last critical step in the reconditioning process before they are ready for reuse. This RJ-DIBC station comprises of a roller track, housing, and a high-volume air blower. A heat exchanger is used to reduce operating cost and facilitate rapid heating up to 130°C.
Thermal IBC Dryer
Rotajet manufacture stand-alone IBC dryers and Tote drying stations. These machines are used for the final drying of IBCs and Totes once washed, avoiding any contamination to water-sensitive products.
The Rotajet RJ DIBC is fitted with a high-volume air blower which is lowered by the operator into the container with a pneumatic cylinder. The drying cycle is started, and a high-volume blower transfers air into the container.
To increase energy efficiency, the expelled air is channeled into a heat exchanger chamber and reused. This recirculation allows the system to rapidly heat the air to 130°C, which dries the IBC or Tote in approximately 5-6 minutes.
The modular design of our IBC dryers makes them ideal for use as a standalone machine, as well as an integrated machine in your current IBC reconditioning line. This means that your IBC dryer can be positioned after your exterior and interior IBC washing stations for a fully optimised reconditioning process. For more information on how a Rotajet IBC dryer can be implemented in your current system, please do not hesitate to contact us for tailored advice.
Rotajet are the experts in the design and manufacture of cleaning and degreasing machinery. We’ve worked with some of the worlds biggest brands to create automated systems to recondition containers ready for reuse.