The drying process consists of progressively eliminating a certain part of the liquid initially contained in a product by heating it.
Drying is done in systems equipped with suitable heat sources which heat a certain mass of air to increase the evaporative power of the liquid contained in the article to be dried. The mass of air strikes the product to be treated so as to evaporate the liquid contained in the product.
There are different drying methods (direct, in gas current, in vacuum), which vary according to the performance features of the article.
AMARC drying ovens allow continuous measurement and reading of the conditions regarding the variables involved (e.g. temperature of the air, of the product or the humidity level).