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Zimmerman Commercial Tower

Zimmerman Tower Dryers

Zimmerman Tower Dryers

After their start in 1963, Zimmerman became the market leader in tower design; since becoming part of the GSI, in 2001, GSI has worked to continue this tradition of quality and performance. With a design that allows for easy heat recovery without the uneven heat issues of other dryers, along with a patented self cleaning divider floor and quiet operation, Zimmerman tower dryers give you the features you need.

Functionality comes first when it comes to controls. The Allen Bradley CompactLogix PLC Controls communicating with the PanelView operator interface offers an easy-to-read large color graphical touch display that’s located on your dryer or remote with a few wires. You’ll have unmatched options and settings to get the exact performance you’re looking for from your system. These controls are specifically designed for Zimmerman Tower Dryers and allow for seamless integration with other grain system PLC controls, making your day to day easier.

Eliminate over-dried grain and maximize drying efficiency and quality by using a GSI’s patented grain inverter. This system inverts all but the outside two inches of grain promoting higher test weights, maximum grain quality, and reduced fuel usage. The outside 2 inches of wet grain is dried using the heat which would have otherwise escaped the dryer, keeping your operation energy efficient. A convenient clean-out door provides easy, quick maintenance.

Improve your accuracy with the new static moisture sampler. Debris Guards ensure a trash-free sample while a SideKick Auger mixes and delivers a uniform representative sample to the test chamber. Get the most accurate results as the moisture reading used to monitor/calculate discharge grain moisture is only taken while the grain is static and not flowing.

GSI’s patent pending Heat Reclaimer technology is the first of its kind, giving you the ability to reuse the dryer’s heat, while minimizing debris build-up. The GSI Heat Reclaimer separates the hot, dry air and returns it into the drying process again, while simultaneously taking the cold, wet air and debris and discarding it via the open bottom.