Dryer heat recovery can help alleviate cost pressure now that natural gas prices are elevated to the point operating your spray dryer may be affecting your bottom line.
Recent headlines like this one “U.S. Natural Gas Is on a Path to `Crazy Prices’ With No Relief in Sight” may have some processors worried, with prices having already almost doubled in just the last year.
Fortunately, the nature of the spray dryer presents opportunities for dryer heat recovery that can be put back into the process to help defray energy costs.
Contact Caloris if you are interested in learning more about your dryer heat recovery options. We can fine-tune your spray dryer operation to help your facility save money by improving energy efficiency.
Call us today at 410-822-6900 or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org to be connected with one of our engineers.
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