What we do
Moisture Reduction Systems Limited provides the service and the solution to the sand industry and associated material providers through our ‘AMR’ system and draws upon 55 years of engineering and geo-technical experience from across the world.
This significantly reduces the drying time of granular material stockpiles. This leads to and continues to provide substantial cost savings for material providers.
Whether the issue faced is one of moisture content of the material for shipping or loading, or handling on site, or to provide a more efficient and safer working environment, or simply to provide an effective water re-circulation system, or to reduce escalating costs, we have the solution for you.
Sustainability is an important part of what we do and at every stage we are committed to reducing energy use and waste. Global demand for biomass particularly for energy generation is soaring and is set to double within the next two years. Owing to the scarcity of fossil fuels, the global demand for biomass is […]. View Solution »
At the generation of power process stage, the optimum target for producers is to obtain the maximum amount of energy that is released. One key element that adversely affects the handling of coal and impacts on the operation and efficiency of the plant is water. Excess, or added moisture not only lowers the heating value […]. View Solution »
In line with our diversified project basis, we are acutely aware of the strict requirement for providers and suppliers to know the moisture levels of their product, particularly in storage of grain and oilseeds. Too much and too little moisture can result in a loss of control of the product and create reduced returns. At […]. View Solution »
Moisture Reduction Systems Limited is the leading provider of mineral drying and handling services. We have operated on sites across the globe and in keeping with our forward-looking approach, we are enjoying the development of our expertise within the iron ore market. Our expertise and service lies at the point of loading of cargos at […]. View Solution »
A key element in the process of harvesting and dredging salt is the location of and the storage itself, as this has an important bearing on the quality of the final product. Salt is highly permeable and despite its natural drainage, the product when stockpiled maintains a significant moisture content. Moisture Reduction Systems can create […]. View Solution »
The sand industry along with other material processors face mounting costs when their materials, if quarried wet have to be stockpiled to allow gravity drainage to take place before they are eventually force dried in kilns, or oil-fired furnaces. Similarly, whilst the material has been stockpiled, it can become further saturated by the rain if […]. View Solution »