decided in favor of the compressed hot air drying system which most
closely resembles the methods used in professional grooming parlors.
fact, the "suction" system is more stressful to pets and tends to
flatten their hair leading to tensions and unnatural hair tearing
achieving the expected results.
pipe next to the tub
in case of unsuitable collection nozzle dimensions (it should be rather
small to follow the pet body structure), drying may prove rather
difficult. Our equipment consists of a blower (A) and a heat exchanger
(resistor 1400 W) (B).
blowers may be placed in a separate room rather than in the working
area to reduce noise.
Thanks to the
nozzle, shaped to provide the appropriate air pressure, the drying
process consists of a first water-removal (blow-away) stage, when the
pet is still in the tub, followed by a final drying stage in the tub or
on the shelf.
The two stages are
The blower and
heat exchanger are coordinated and controlled by the coin box like the
noise generated by the equipment in operation is a very important
problem and its solution is not easy.
In general our
approach is three-pronged:
possible we try to isolate, the motors in premises adjacent to the
conduct advance inspections to avoid installing blowers and fans close
to hallow "service conduits" housing piping and electric cables likey
to and amplify and carry the noise to premises adjacent tho the working
make extensive use of acoustic insulating materials and keep constantly
up-to-date on the newest technologies.
noisiest appliances are blowers, hair extraction systems and aspirators
should never be placed close to the ceilings and, should this be
unavoidable, a "pyramidal" sound absorbing material should be applied.
The same is true for partition w3alls. However, in some cases, the
noisiest equipment can be mounted outside the working premises (for
instance under a porch) and enclosed in a PVC cabinet for extra