Dryers for 3D Products (bowls, plates, trays, single use containers)
Dryers for biodegradable webs
Dryers for biodegradable coatings and adhesives
Dehydrating various fruits and vegetable
Cooling system for baked products, roasted nuts, etc.
Carbon Fiber Lines
Hydroentangled Airlaid webs
Glass Microfiber Webs
Here are examples of the industries that benefited from utilization of Spectra HETM Ultra Technology
Spectra HE Ultra heat and mass transfer system for one of the largest food product companies.
Spectra HE Ultra heat and mass transfer
system (44" /1.12 meter wide) improved
the operation of one of the world largest
food product companies.
Our custom designed system allowed
product throughput to be increased by
72” wide dryer for a major US based packaging company.
The unit was designed and built to increase line speed of the operation by 30%.
It has thermal capacity (installed) 115 kW and replaced a 250 kW infrared dryer.
Spectra HE Ultra drying system as a complete dryer system replacement.
A US-based specialty food packaging company has installed and put into operation a Spectra HE Ultra drying system.
It uses half the electricity by replacing two 100 kW IR blocks, and 50 ft convective, natural gas-tunnel oven. It also increased production throughput by 30%.
Booster station for a wide web
HTI has completed installation and commissioning of a booster station for a wide web rotogravure press.
The unit increased throughput of a cold seal and water-based pressure sensitive adhesive application.
Drying system for a US based paper converter.
HTI designed built and installed a complete drying system consisting of six complete drying modules for a US based producer of converted paper products.
The contract was awarded based on successful customer paid trials at HTI’s facility in Atlanta.
HTI’s Spectra HE™ Ultra Designed into Major OEM Printing Press.
HTI and the patented Spectra Ultra HE technology have been selected for inclusion in a new wide web printing press under construction by a European OEM supplier. The unit became operational in the third quarter of 2016 with a US based converter. The system has been recognized by both a tier 1 OEM and a globally active packaging converter for delivering throughput capacity enhancements not found in any other solution on the market today.