Industrial process driers and reducers are devices used to reduce the size or weight of materials. They can be used in a variety of industries such as food production, chemical manufacturing, and oil refineries, process driers and redriers are responsible for controlling the temperature of various processes. . These devices use forced air, water, or heat to reduce the size of the material. They are often used in conjunction with other machines, such as cutters or shaping machines.

When these workers are operating equipment that can reach very high temperatures, they are at risk for injuries. One of the most common injuries associated with process driers and redriers is thermal burns. These burns occur when the worker’s skin comes in contact with a hot surface. They can also occur when liquid chemicals splash onto the worker’s body. Thermal burns often cause extensive damage to the skin, and they may require surgery to repair them.Other types of injuries that process driers and redriers are at risk for include cuts, abrasions, and bruises. These injuries can happen when the worker’s clothing gets caught on machinery or when they fall victim to an equipment malfunction. In some cases, these injuries can lead to permanent disability if not treated properly.