Uzelac Industries Inc. products are custom Designed Systems serving a wide range of industries.
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Uzelac Industries Inc. products are custom Designed Systems serving a wide range of industries, including:
Uzelac Industries Inc. Drying Systems provides factory-assembled dryers that require either minimal installation or onsite assembly for larger systems. The lead engineers on a project are the main customer contact.
Other equipment offerings include:
We handle all of our own service calls and maintain a spare parts inventory to help remedy any mechanical issues quickly. Simply click on the Parts Catalog link to get detailed information and to order.
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Hemp drying is typically used to protect a harvested crop from spoiling prior to CBD extraction. While some farmers will hang dry portions of their crops, the space and labor requirements to accomplish this make this impractical for substantial amounts.
Uzelac Industries is a major supplier of Rotary Drying Systems to the poultry industry, including for such notable clients as Herbruck’s Poultry Ranch, Michael Foods, Foster Farms and Tyson, building custom equipment for over 30 years.
Rendering transforms waste by-products from the animal industry into stable, valuable and safe-to-use materials such as bone meal, blood meal and feather meal, which can be used as organic fertilizer for plants or as a nutritional supplement for animals.
Biosolids are nutrient-rich organic materials produced when sewage sludge from wastewater treatment facilities are properly treated and processed. After treatment and processing, these residuals can be recycled and applied as fertilizer to improve and maintain productive soils and stimulate plant growth.
Gasification is a chemical reaction caused by heating material in an oxygen-starved environment, resulting in incomplete combustion that drives off carbon-rich gases. These gasses are then combusted in a thermal oxidizer with the addition of air. Gasification is often confused with incineration, although they are totally different processes.