TES introduces a new little brother
August 24, 2007
A new thermal drying machine that operates on the same heat-drying principle as TES is available through Interlink Supply. e-TES is an electrical version of the TEX units (thermal heat exchangers) that come with TES.
TES operates on the principle that heating the water trapped in a structure will make it evaporate faster than trying to make the air around it “thirsty.” Each TES unit comes with four or five TEX (thermal exchange) boxes that blow that heated air to where the water is.
This new little brother of TES is basically a thermal exchange box. But while TES uses a special thermal fluid to convey heat to the air, e-TES uses electricity. It plugs into a standard dryer outlet or electric stove outlet, and uses any centrifugal air mover to blow the air.