Drying of Plastic compounds

Goldcrest Drying Technologies have for many years designed and manufactured polymer drying systems using dehumidified air. These are supplied in two formats "Indirect Drying" & "Direct Drying". Both formats have advantages depending on the materials and thruputs required.


Capacities up to 70,000 m3/hr of dry air can be generated from the wide range of Ambiant air generators and polymer drying capacities up to 35 Tonne hour. CPET systems running at 180 degees centigrade can produce up to 12 Tonne / hr of high grade film.


Goldcrest can also offer a unique hire package for smaller machines ( Up to 500 kg capacity ). These machines are fully self contained with loading and conveying systems and only require Power and Compressed air to operate. We have over 100 machines available for this service and can cover most "Problems" that customers require to be solved from stock.

Contact details

Opening times

07.30 - 18.00 GMT


Goldcrest Engineering Technologies Limited

Unit 15 St John's Way

St John's Business Estate 

Downham Market


PE38 0QQ



+44(0) 1366 383398

+44 (0) 1908 613121



+44 (0) 1865 600720  

+44 (0) 1223 969596



UK Mobile:

+44 (0) 7588965838

Turkish Mobile:

+90 5312305896










Twitter:- @goldcrestengtec


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Goldcrest has recently invested in the latest Hurco Winmax CADCAM Offline Programming Software to offer its customers faster turn arounds and competative prices.


We have also recently expanded our operations by setting up a factory in Turkey specialising in large volume turning and milling and being on the edge of europe are able to offer our customers value for money as well as transport solutions in the form of Road, Sea and Air for rapid turn arounds.


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Goldcrest has recently invested in a Hurco VM1 Mill to expand on its Milling Capacity