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Drying systems

State-of-the-art technologies for your industrial parts.

After wet parts cleaning of industrial parts, drying is usually required. Otherwise, deposits and material damage may occur. 

Here, too, you benefit from our decades of experience - MOC Danner GmbH offers drying systems integrated into the cleaning systems for a wide range of applications and workpieces.

We choose the type of drying both in coordination with the selected cleaning processes and with regard to the parts and workpieces to be cleaned.

Description Combi dryer:

For small components that cannot store heat optimally, we recommend our WVT combination dryer (hot air / vacuum). Here it is possible to heat the components by means of hot air in order to be able to dry them optimally with vacuum afterwards. In addition, several cycles can be run in succession to ensure that all components are absolutely dry.

Detail description dryer

  • The standard control allows the following parameters to be set via the integrated freely programmable Siemens control:

    • Drying temperature

    • Vacuum time

    • Drying time

    • Number of cycles

  • The lid is hinged, so the container is freely accessible from above

  • The heater is placed outside the tank to avoid occupation of the heating elements with dirt etc. and to allow easy cleaning of the tank.

  • A suitable filter system for the intake air is recommended (accessories)



manual loading

Dolphin A

Dolphin K

Usable dimensions

521x321x200 mm

651x469x300 mm

Operating weight

20 kg

50 kg

Hot air dryer WT

Vacuum dryer VT

Combi dryer (WVT)
Hot air / vacuum

Intake air filter for the warm air (WT / WVT)

Electric cabinet including control for "stand-alone" design

All information subject to technical and commercial changes. For further options and details as well as the complete price list please contact us here or by e-mail.

Drying process

The drying plants work with these technologies
The following drying processes are possible:


In blowing, a defined stream of air removes the film of liquid or the droplets from the surface via movement. Blowing also removes the remaining dissolved components in the moisture, resulting a stainless surface. An air meter, specially developed by MOC, ensures optimum results, even at speeds of 13-14 m/min surface movement. 


Freeze dryer

Freeze drying is the reverse of the hot air drying principle. The air is cooled and de-humidified. As a result it can absorb moisture again. The air is heated again in a counter-current, resulting in a non-saturated airflow. This method is primarily used for cleaning bulk cargo pieces or parts that cannot be exposed to great heat. 

Vacuum dryer

In vacuum drying the pressure surrounding the parts is reduced to such an extent that the medium already starts to boil at temperatures lower than the atmospheric boiling point. The resulting steam is vacuumed off and condensed again. This method is the best drying method from an energy perspective, as it uses the parts' own heat for drying, and is thus highly energy efficient. The parts cool as a result of the process, and are dried at the same time. The final temperature depends on the material and the quantity of moisture. MOC identifies the pressure and temperatures in its own laboratory, and these are scaled. 

Hot air dryer

In hot air drying the air is heated, thus allowing it to absorb mositure (unsaturated air flow). Hot air flows over the surface and absorbs the mositure via convection. The drying processes are time and temperature-controlled. An energy-saving version (ESP drying MOCficiency) allows effective drying with low energy consumption and a high volume stream. 

Combination of hot air and vacuum

If the parts are not sufficiently warm for vacuum drying,  there is a combined hot air and vacuum drying process. This can be set up in MOC's cleaning systems.  

Infrared dryer 

Infrared is a form of radiation drying, which is also used in cleaning technology. It supports hot air and vacuum drying. 


All information subject to technical and commercial changes. For further options and details as well as the complete price list please contact us here or by e-mail.

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