Lyman launches cyclone case dryer for brass and gun parts

(Photo: Lyman)

The Lyman Cyclone Case Dryer improves drying time of brass and gun parts. (Photo: Lyman)

Lyman releases the new Cyclone Case Dryer designed as a companion accessory to any Ultrasonic or Rotary cleaning system.

The Cyclone Case Dryer utilizes forced heated air circulation to dry brass in under two hours. Lyman says the dryer works to remove water spots that re-loaders normally have to wipe off by hand The company says this approach saves time and frustration for the end user.

The dryer employs trays to separate different cases while recessed handles aim to make the loading process easier, says Lyman. Holding up to 1,000 .223 cases or 2,000 9mm cases the Cyclone Dryer tables have grids to grip smaller cases and prevent them from falling.

Sporting a timer, users simply set the Dryer on and let it do its thing.

“What is great about the Cyclone Case Dryer is the fact that it is a time saver,” Trevor Mullen, VP of Global Marketing and Business Development for Lyman Products, said in a statement. “What may have taken someone days to accomplish is now dry and spot free in just an hour or two. And for gun parts, you can’t beat the time it will take to get your gun cleaned and dry. You can get back on the range in just hours now.”

The Cyclone Case Dryer offers a retail price of $64.

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