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Dri-Air Expansion increases production space by 50%

Growth will accommodate increased business as well as promote an integrated manufacturing processes   Dri-Air Industries is growing.  We recently announced a significant addition at our headquarters and manufacturing facility in East Windsor, Connecticut.    The new addition increases the company’s manufacturing and warehousing capacity by about 50% as well as improves in-stock components. “This will […]

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Jason Sears Named President of Dri-Air Industries

Jason Sears has been named president of Dri-Air Industries, replacing Charlie Sears, Dri-Air founder and Jason’s father, who passed away recently.   The Board of Directors of Dri-Air made the announcement. Jason has been an employee at Dri-Air for 30 years, beginning after school during his high school years learning such skills as welding, electrical wiring, […]

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The plastics industry loses a veteran, Charlie Sears

Charles Sears, the president of DRI-AIR Industries passed away on August 5th after a recent battle with cancer. He started Dri-Air Industries, Inc. in 1985 and it quickly became a leading supplier of drying systems for the plastics industry. His expertise and leadership along with his desire to create the very best possible product for […]

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DRI-AIR Brings Innovation to Booth W971 AT NPE 2018

Industry 4.0.   Setting the stage for the future of plastics drying, Dri-Air Industries will introduce its new technology, Dri-Air Dryer 4.0, which will be incorporated seamlessly into the rapidly trending Industry 4.0.   Dri-Air Dryer 4.0 is designed to work autonomously making changes in operation based on sensors that monitor the changing material throughput. No hands-on […]

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Charlie Sears Speaks Out at the CT Capital

This past February, working in tandem with the Connecticut Business & Industry Association (CBIA), Charlie Sears, President of Dri-Air along with Rebecca Kayfus of Thomaston Savings Bank testified before the legislature’s Insurance and Real Estate Committee on two bills—SB 544 and HB 7042—that address rising healthcare costs. They both urged legislators to support the bills, noting […]

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