All Blog Posts about ‘Indirect Coolers’

Photo of the Week: 3D Indirect Rotary Cooler

This article was authored by:

Jenny Seim
Technical Writer

Our photo this week is a 3D indirect rotary cooler. An indirect cooler consists of a rotary drum, stationary housing, water trough, and water collection system. These components work together to cool hot material within a controlled environment. The stationary housing encloses the rotary drum, Continue reading →

 

Overcoming Challenges with Rotary Drums

This article was co-authored by:

Craig Peppin
Service & Lab Manager

Carrie Carlson
Technical Writer

Rotary drums can be configured to serve as a variety of different pieces of equipment, including a rotary dryer, cooler, kiln, granulator, or even a coating drum. With such diverse employment, these robust systems can be used to accomplish a variety of goals across a Continue reading →

 

A Look at Indirect Coolers

This article was authored by:

Shane Le Capitaine
Thermal Processing Expert

Proppant

Indirect rotary coolers are a special type of industrial cooler used to resolve unique cooling application challenges. Although not as commonly used as a direct rotary cooler, the use of an indirect cooler is still an essential step for managing temperatures of specific materials within Continue reading →

 

Photo of the Week: High Quality Rotary Drums Made in America

This article was co-authored by:

Carrie Carlson
Technical Writer

Shane Le Capitaine
Thermal Processing Expert

High qualtiy Rotary Drums made in America

This week’s Photo of the Week shows FEECO founder, Jim Madigan (right), and son, FEECO President, Dan Madigan, posing next a rotary drum awaiting shipment. The rotary drum, ready to ship across the United States, was affixed with a banner showcasing that the drum was Continue reading →

 

Rotary Coolers: Convective vs. Indirect Water Deluge

This article was co-authored by:

Shane Le Capitaine
Thermal Processing Expert

Carrie Carlson
Technical Writer

Rotary Cooler

Rotary coolers are often an integral part of a thermal process, cooling material as it exits a rotary kiln or rotary dryer, to a manageable temperature for the next step in the process. There are two main types of rotary coolers: a convective rotary cooler, Continue reading →