Industries We Serve
Thermal Soil Remediation
Equipment to remediate hydrocarbon contaminated soil.Read more
Hot Mix Asphalt Equipment
Tarmac makes the equipment that makes asphalt.Read more
Sand, Aggregate & Bulk Material Drying
Equipment for drying products to allow screening.Read more
Coal & Biomass Drying
Equipment to dry combustibles for screening.Read more
Used and Refurbished Equipment Available.Read more
Replacement parts keep your plant running in top condition.Read more
Welcome to Tarmac International, Inc.
ROTARY THERMAL DRYERS AND DRYING SYSTEMS
Tarmac International designs and builds Drying Systems based on Rotary Thermal Dryers. Full systems include feed systems, parallel flow and counter flow dryers (co-current and counter current), primary cyclones, baghouses, and control systems. Consulting services, individual components, complete plants, used equipment, and turn-key installations are available.
INDUSTRIES WE SERVE
Rotary Thermal Dryers work exceptionally well in several industries. At Tarmac we focus on four areas: Thermal Soil Remediation; Hot Mix Asphalt Production Equipment; Sand, Aggregate and Bulk Material Drying Systems; and Coal and Biomass Drying Systems. While we specialize in new equipment, used and refurbished equipment is often available. Our sales team can help you sell your surplus equipment as well.
Careful engineering goes into each new Tarmac Drying System. Your project is unique and it follows that your system should be too. While our systems are custom, we keep costs down by having standard size dryers. They range from 4.5′ to 11.0′ diameter. Tarmac systems can be stationary or portable. Because of all these options, our team will travel to your installation to hear your needs, see your location and product, and discuss with you how we can help.
Photo above: TI148 Tarmac Rotary Thermal Drying System. This plant in Kansas City is used for asphalt production.
Photo on right: TI284 Tarmac Rotary Thermal Dryers. This drying system features a 6.5′ diameter dryer and air heater and is commissioned in Georgia.