WHY DRIMEE?
DriMee is a dedicated horse drying equipment manufacturer based in Sheffield, UK. DriMee was formed in 2014 by Mark Whitworth, a horse and equestrian enthusiast. With our sights set high we are bringing innovation to the industry through the manufacture of the most modern Equestrian Solariums. We started our business with the sole purpose of providing professional quality equestrian products throughout the UK and Ireland. We are a company with our roots set proudly and firmly in South Yorkshire and with our strong and diverse delivery networks, are able to offer a comprehensive world-wide shipping and distribution service.

Our product range first started with the design and manufacture of our Big Red Rug Dryers, a very successful product which has now developed into the ecoDRI brand.

Our Equestrian Solariums are designed to wrap your horse in therapeutic light and heat without the need for excessive redundant space. They are fitted with ultra-modern, short-wave halogen infrared bulbs making them the most efficient and quality of light therapy available in the UK market.

Our new range of Rug Dryers!

Our rug dryers are manufactured from the finest ‘Big Bore’ steel tubing meaning much faster drying times and reach optimum temperature in just under 15 minutes. The dryers have an amazing ability to dry a soaking-wet rug in under 5 hours. The new design is higher than ever before ensuring the rugs do not touch the floor.

A HEALTHY HORSE IS A HAPPY HORSE

LIGHT THERAPY EXPLAINED

Light therapy, also known as photo therapy uses a combination of super luminous (visible) and infra-red (invisible) light to treat damaged skin as well as problems with muscles, tendons, bones and ligaments. The treatment works by stimulating the blood supply in a targeted area; providing oxygen and nutrients to the damaged tissue. It also stimulates the lymphatic system enabling waste products to be removed more quickly.

It is well known that humans need light to maintain their mental and physical health. The effects of ‘lack of light’ is commonly known as SAD syndrome and light boxes are used in order to aid in the treatment of depression. Studies carried out on horses showed similar results. Controlled experiences with stabled horses have shown that horses exposed to light therapy for 1 hour per day maintain their ability and attitude during darker months. This study was carried out at Nottingham University.