With a history dating back to the turn of the century we are a company with a strong diversified base. In the early 1900's the company's founder Richard Simon acquired licenses for the manufacture of Tubular Dryers. In the 1930's the product range was extended with the introduction of Drum Dryers. During the '40s and '50s Simon produced over one hundred Drum Dryers to meet the worldwide demand for dried milk powder and by the 1960's every major whisky distiller in Scotland was using a Simon Tubular Dryer for the drying of spent grains.
The '70s and '80s saw further development, with Rotary Dryers being added to the product range and a marked swing away from the traditional markets of earlier years towards a diversity of applications particularly in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries.
Now in the twenty first century, we find ourselves more and more involved in processes which not only produce the materials to meet the demand of modern day living but also provide for the improvements in our environment which we all desire.
How well a company operates its business is as important as the product it sells. At Simon Dryers we are faced with world-wide competition in almost everything we do. A long tradition of successful innovation and application gives us a practical understanding of many different technologies. Today, our customers are found in all parts of the world and across many different industries and activities.
Tummers Simon Dryers is a member of the Tummers Group
Our Parent Company, Tummers Food Processing Solutions is a family owned company specialised in process equipment for the potato and vegetable industry. For further information, please visit the website www.tummers.nl.
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Tummers Simon Dryers Technology offers you products from these product groups:
- Basic proccessing technologies for powder and bulk material (765)
- Plant engineering and processing components (634)
- Measurement, control, automation (379)
SectorThe products and/or services can be used in the following branches of industry.
- Chemistry (466)
- Pharmaceutical (407)
- Ceramics + Glass (307)
- Food + Feed (429)
- Across all branches of industry (301)