Dry Out Snow Gear with the Cyclone Drying Systems

Posted By: The Ski Channel on October 21, 2011 9:10 am

There’s nothing worse than waking up to wet equipment, but there’s a quick and easy way to deal with this pesky problem. Cyclone Drying Systems by Heater Craft is literally the hottest and also the easiest way to dry all ski and snow gear equipment. The industrial strength system lets snow sport activists dry everything including boots, shoes, gloves, helmets, hats, and more.

The system is incredibly easy to install and extends the life of snow gear by reducing odor and bacteria. All units are mobile with built-in digital timers, and are available from 4 pair to 48 pair. The cabinet system blows hot, dry air through the drying arms to guarantee riding ready gear in less than an hour.

Professional and college sports teams are using the Cyclone Drying System, including the Seattle Seahawks, the Jacksonville Jaguars, Iowa State, the University of Kansas, and the University of Oklahoma.

Brad Camp, the Head Equipment Manager at the University of Oklahoma says, “The Cyclone Drying System significantly improves the longevity of our gear. We have a couple of the dryers and the athletes love them. They always have dry gear to start a session. Dry-time is very quick and makes our job much more manageable. It tremendously improves the cleanliness and organization of our equipment/locker rooms.”

Equipment rooms everywhere are reaping in the benefits of Cyclone Drying Systems since it saves money, dries in an hour or less, decreases clutter, and increases hygiene levels. The system is heavy duty with 110 or 220 Volts and teams can even request their school logo, mascot, and/or team colors. A huge introductory discount is available right now!

 

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