Modular Design = Reduced Costs

Advanced Drying Technology

Gryphon dryers are produced in 10 feet long segments that are bolted together to form larger units, similar to lego blocks. The sections are built either 5 feet or ten feet widths, and are designed to reduce manufacturing and installation costs. This design feature enables our technology to be shipped and installed in a fraction of the time of traditional dryers.

JET 520 Dryer

JET 520

In addition, modules may be added to the installation at later stages to allow for fractional increases in production. This is a major advantage, as it allows for systematic increases in throughput with modest costs for both the capital and the required infrastructure.

System Sizes and Capacities

JET 510 (5 feet by 10 feet): ~6 tons of evaporation per day
JET 520 (5 feet by 20 feet): ~12 tons of evaporation per day
JET 530 (5 feet by 30 feet): ~18 tons of evaporation per day
JET 1020 (10 feet by 20 feet): ~24 tons of evaporation per day
JET 1030 (10 feet by 30 feet): ~36 tons of evaporation per day
JET 1040 (10 feet by 40 feet): ~48 tons of evaporation per day
JET 1080 (10 feet by 80 feet): ~96 tons of evaporation per day

Installation Procedure

Depending upon the assembly (if the modules are placed in a series, stacked, or in parallel), the chambers are first placed in position and bolted together. Once in position, the lid structures are attached and then electronics and controls connected.

JET 1040 Dryer

JET 1040 Dryer

Once the electronics and controls are re-assembled at the site, water and air lines are connected to the unit. Lastly, conveyor belts are added to the assembly and the commissioning process begins. With the advanced design, Gryphon can manufacture systems in as low as 90 days and install systems in as little as two weeks.