Dryer Suppliers Form New Alliance
In a sales cooperation, Büttner Energie- und Trocknungstechnik GmbH and NEW eco-tec Verfahrenstechnik GmbH are pooling their dryer expertise. The Krefeld, Germany-based dryer and energy plant specialist, Büttner, and the belt dryer supplier from Mühldorf am Inn, Bavaria, are cooperating to expand their portfolios flexibly meet customer requirements with the appropriate dryer.
Belt dryers from NEW eco-tec are characterized by their special design and air flow to dry a variety of products, including feedstocks for pellet production, digestate, sludge, various waste fractions, or fuels for biomass heating plants. They are also ideally suited for drying sawdust and wood chips, bark and OSB strands.
NEW eco-tec offers compact belt dryers, including containerized modular design—the drying systems are integrated into containers that plant operators can place in a modular system. This means that the belt dryers can not only be expanded as required, they can also be transported very easily and, if necessary, the location can also be changed with little effort.
“We have made it our business to utilize, valorize and utilize biomass, recyclables and waste in a meaningful way. That’s why we develop sustainable process technology individually adapted to the specifications and wishes of our customers,” says Sebastian Bergler, Managing Director of NEW eco-tec.
The first projects have been initiated and the sales teams of both companies are already working together on projects from both the wood-based panel industry and the biomass and waste recycling sectors.
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