Airknife Drying Systems

Parts Drying for the Automotive Industry  

Airknife Drying for Auto Parts

Airknife Drying for Automotive Parts

The automotive industry boasts about 806-million cars and light trucks on the road in 2007.

Each one of these cars manufactured comprises of approximately 1,800 separate parts ranging from the engine itself, the transmission and various other smaller parts. With quality and production speeds being at the forefront of every manufacturer, it is no surprise that there is continued need for energy efficient removal of water and various water-based solutions from the surface of these parts.

TMC Fluid Systems has been supplying Airknife Drying Systems to various car manufacturers and their component suppliers to remove moisture using high velocity, and in some instances static-free high velocity air. Parts we have successfully help remove moisture from include:

  • Engine Blocks
  • Transmission Housings
  • Various Engine Components
  • Brake Pads
  • Wheels
  • Bumpers
  • Batteries
  • Door Panels

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