Powder Drying System

Flash Dryers, Slurry Drying, Calcining & Deagglomeration Applications for Heat Sensitive Products

THERMAJET™ for your Flash Drying Needs

THERMAJET™ - Industrial Flash DryerExceptionally efficient flash drying and de-agglomeration in a single system.
Flash Dryers, Slurry Drying, Calcining & De-agglomeration Applications for Heat Sensitive Products

The ThermaJetTM system produces a discrete, dry product from any raw feed, including wet powder, slurry, centrifuge, or filter cake. Automated system operation and high thermal transfer maximize product quality and drying efficiency.


  • Provides simultaneous deagglomeration and drying to produce discrete particles
  • Processes heat-sensitive products without thermal degradation
  • Ensures the most efficient heat transfer with an increased surface area
  • Low-maintenance and compact design
  • Has inlet temperatures from 200-1300° F
  • Provides calcining application that occurs at less than 1300° F

Pneumatic flash dryers are characterized by continuous convective hot air heat and mass transfer processes. Flash drying involves using a stream of hot air to rapidly heat the material and evaporate retained moisture. The flash drying process is safe even for heat-sensitive or reactive products. The flash dryer working design is to remove the free moisture for instant drying of materials. Industrial flash dryers are used to dry products in many different industries. Spin flash dryers can handle challenging drying applications. We leverage our vast experience with powder drying solutions and apply it to our industrial spin dryers with the needs of our customers in mind.

Cyclone air dryers use high-speed hot air to dry wet material. A cyclone dryer uses modern drying technology to separate particles from a gas stream.

Our systems are engineered for laboratory, pilot and full-scale production from 50 grams to 100,000 pounds an hour. ThermaJet’s wide range of operational temperatures and drying gases provide safe processing of all materials including heat-sensitive and reactive products. Higher pressures can be used when a combination of drying and grinding is required.