At Exapro, we offer a comprehensive range of used dryers, essential for the finishing process in the textile industry. These machines are designed to effectively remove moisture from fabrics after dyeing, washing, or other wet processing steps, ensuring optimal fabric quality and preparation for subsequent finishing operations. Our dryers range in price from €10,000 for basic models to €200,000 for advanced, high-capacity units from leading brands like Brückner, Krantz, Santex, and Monforts. Each machine features unique specifications such as drying capacity, energy efficiency, heating method (e.g., gas, steam, electric), and automation level, ensuring they meet your specific production needs.

When selecting a textile dryer, consider key factors such as the type of fabrics being processed, required drying speed and efficiency, energy consumption, and ease of operation and maintenance. These elements are crucial for achieving high-quality, uniform drying, optimizing production efficiency, and reducing operational costs. Investing in our used dryers not only provides access to top-tier equipment at significantly reduced prices but also supports sustainable practices by extending the lifecycle of durable machinery. Trust in Exapro's commitment to excellent customer service and find the perfect dryer to enhance your textile finishing operations.

Explore Exapro’s listings today to discover reliable dryers that deliver exceptional performance and value for your textile finishing needs.


Stalam RF 85 Kw Dryer

Year: 2000

Stalam RF 85 KW dryer in operation in excellent condition supplied with a spare new lamp From the year 2000 We work with yarns, like cotton, polyester, nylon ,… ,on cones , tubes, muffs and hanks… Also can work with fiber but we had never used for it.

PRIMUS DX24 Dryer

Year: 2016

Filling weight 24 kg

Hidro Dettin Berta 24 TE

Year: 1991

Hidro Dettin Berta 24 TE In working condition Year manufactured: 1991 Photos online and price on request

Hidro Dettin Berta

Year: 1990

Hidro Dettin Berta In working condition Year manufactured: 1990 Accessories for working with different types of tubes and muffs

TIFLEX IR150 + AP150 Dryer

Year: 1998

Heated Electricity

KRANTZ hydro extractor, 120 cm

Year: 2023

Filling weight 210 kg

RENZACCI D50 Dryer

Year: 2006

Filling weight 25 kg
Heated Gas

UNITECH ENAIRGY/XL TAV 2000 Dryer

Year: 2008

10,000-15,000 mt 200 cm Drying and finishing can be done - Heating is available with natural gas-burner system

Dettin Amostras Dryer

Year: 1994

Dettin Samples Hydro samples for bobbins, muffs or skeins.

KRANTZ hydro extractor, 150 cm

Year: 2023

Filling weight 300 kg



DENSIMATIC SCARF STRAIGHTENER

Year: 2006

Densimatic Weft Straightener - Year of production 2006 - 2.20 cm wide working capacity - It can work in all processes, especially polyester, cotton, viscose - The weft tracking eyes can be operated as 2 eyes or 4 eyes depending on the fabric width. - Manual and automatic options are available - Weft tracking graphs can be controlled on the …

Basket Centrifuge YILDRIM 1200MM x 600MM Dryer

Year:

This is a Stainless Steel SS (INOX) basket centrifuge filtering - drying machine. It can be used for clothes dryer, professional laundring and other filtrating application. All material that are in contact with the centrifuge are made out of Stainless Steel. It has a big basket with 120cm Diameter and 60cm Height. The machine weighs approx. 2 tons without the …

MIELE T6351G Dryer

Year: 2001

Filling weight 18 kg
Heated Gas



Dryer Miele PT 8251 2 pcs

Year:

We are offering: Dryer with gas heating Miele PT 8251. working condition this extra information is standard for this model. Please always double-check the details during a visit The Miele PT 8251 dryer is a robust industrial solution equipped with gas heating, designed to meet the demanding requirements of commercial laundry operations. This model, available in two units, is currently …

MIELE T 5350 Dryer

Year:

Filling weight 14 kg
Heated Electricity


Enhancing Textile Finishing: A Comprehensive Guide to Dryers

Dryers are crucial components in the textile finishing industry, providing the necessary heat and airflow to dry fabrics after various finishing processes. These machines enhance productivity, ensure quality, and streamline the production process. Understanding the different types, features, and considerations for purchasing dryers can significantly improve your textile finishing operations. Exapro, a leading online marketplace for used industrial machinery, offers a diverse selection of dryers, providing businesses with access to high-quality equipment at competitive prices.

Types of Textile Dryers

Textile dryers come in various types and configurations to meet specific finishing needs. Here’s an overview of the main types:

Tumble Dryers

Tumble dryers are the most common type of dryers in the textile industry, using a rotating drum to tumble the fabric while hot air is circulated to remove moisture.

  • Standard Tumble Dryers: Suitable for general-purpose drying of various fabrics. They provide consistent and efficient drying performance.
  • High-Capacity Tumble Dryers: Designed for large-scale operations, offering increased drum capacity and higher throughput.

Conveyor Dryers

Conveyor dryers, also known as belt dryers, use a conveyor belt to transport the fabric through a heated chamber. They are ideal for continuous drying processes.

  • Single-Belt Conveyor Dryers: Feature a single conveyor belt and are suitable for smaller production volumes.
  • Multi-Belt Conveyor Dryers: Equipped with multiple conveyor belts for higher capacity and faster drying, ideal for large-scale production.

Radio Frequency Dryers

Radio frequency (RF) dryers use electromagnetic waves to heat and dry fabrics. They provide uniform drying and are particularly effective for delicate and heat-sensitive materials.

  • Batch RF Dryers: Suitable for small to medium-sized batches, offering precise control over drying conditions.
  • Continuous RF Dryers: Designed for high-volume production, providing continuous drying with consistent results.

Infrared Dryers

Infrared (IR) dryers use infrared radiation to directly heat the fabric, offering rapid and efficient drying. They are ideal for specific applications such as drying printed fabrics.

  • Panel IR Dryers: Use infrared panels to emit heat, suitable for targeted drying applications.
  • Tunnel IR Dryers: Feature a tunnel design for continuous drying of fabrics, offering high throughput and efficiency.

Combination Dryers

Combination dryers integrate multiple drying technologies to provide versatile and efficient drying solutions. They are suitable for various fabric types and production requirements.

  • Tumble and Conveyor Combination Dryers: Combine tumble drying and conveyor drying for flexible and high-capacity drying.
  • IR and RF Combination Dryers: Integrate infrared and radio frequency drying technologies to offer precise and efficient drying for different fabric types.

Key Features and Specifications

When selecting a textile dryer, it is crucial to consider specific features and specifications to ensure the machine meets your operational requirements. Key factors include:

Drying Capacity

The drying capacity determines the volume of fabric the dryer can handle in a single batch or continuously. Ensure the dryer can meet your production targets, whether for small-scale batches or large-scale industrial operations. Exapro’s listings provide detailed specifications on drying capacity, helping you find a machine that matches your needs.

Drying Time

The drying time is critical for operational efficiency. Faster drying times can increase throughput and reduce production cycle times. Consider machines with advanced drying technologies that offer rapid drying without compromising fabric quality.

Energy Efficiency

Energy-efficient machines reduce operational costs and environmental impact. Look for dryers with energy-saving features such as insulated chambers, efficient heat exchangers, and advanced control systems to optimize energy consumption.

Temperature Control

Precise temperature control is essential for ensuring the quality and stability of the dried fabrics. Look for dryers with advanced temperature control systems that offer consistent and accurate temperature management.

Automation and Control

Advanced automation and control systems enhance precision, consistency, and efficiency in the drying process. Features such as programmable settings, touch-screen interfaces, real-time monitoring, and automated adjustments can significantly boost productivity and ensure consistent product quality.

Build Quality and Durability

The build quality and durability of the machine are essential for long-term operational efficiency. Machines constructed from high-quality materials, such as stainless steel and robust alloys, are more resistant to wear and tear. Easy-to-maintain designs and accessible components simplify maintenance, reducing downtime and operational costs.

Leading Brands in Textile Dryers

Reputable brands ensure higher quality and better support. Here are some top brands in the textile dryer market:

  • Babcock: Known for their high-precision and innovative dryers, Babcock offers robust solutions suitable for various textile applications.
  • Biancalani: Renowned for their durable and advanced technology, Biancalani’s dryers are popular in the textile finishing industry.
  • Menzel: Provides a range of high-performance dryers, known for their reliability and efficiency in demanding applications.
  • Monforts: Offers versatile dryers characterized by efficiency and robustness, suitable for large-scale operations.
  • Brückner: Known for high-quality machines designed for precision and high-speed drying, ideal for complex and high-volume production.

Exapro features equipment from these and other reputable brands, ensuring access to reliable and well-supported machinery.

Pricing of Used Textile Dryers

The cost of used textile dryers varies widely based on factors such as age, condition, brand, and specific features. Generally, prices can range from several thousand to several tens of thousands of dollars. For example, a used Biancalani tumble dryer might be priced around $10,000 to $30,000, while a high-end Monforts conveyor dryer could cost between $50,000 and $100,000. Exapro’s marketplace offers a range of pricing options, providing transparency and competitive deals for buyers.

Conclusion

Dryers are essential tools in the textile finishing industry, offering efficient and reliable solutions for drying fabrics. By understanding the different types of machines and key factors to consider when purchasing, businesses can make informed decisions that enhance their operational capabilities. Exapro offers a comprehensive platform for sourcing high-quality used machinery, providing detailed listings and competitive pricing. Whether you need a tumble dryer, a conveyor dryer, an RF dryer, or an IR dryer, Exapro’s extensive inventory and user-friendly interface make it easy to find the right equipment for your textile finishing operations.