Desiccant Compressed Air Dryers

Fluid & Gas Flow Equipment

Pulse Dryer suits ultra high-purity products.

December 3, 2013

Instead of burning fuel in combustion chamber, indirectly heated Pulse Combustion Dryer employs either electric heating element or air-to-air heat exchanger to heat drying gas. Drying gas is pure air, CO2, or N2, with no combustion byproducts, and no potential for flame contact with products to be dried. Suited for high-purity and solvent-based applications, system provides gas-dynamic atomization and rapid drying with low degradation of delicate products. Read More

Chemical Processing & Waste Management, Fluid & Gas Flow Equipment

Dynamic Drying Unit features closed-loop regeneration.

September 17, 2012

In line with IPC/JEDEC-J-STD-033C standard, Model U-5002 achieves air moisture levels less than 0.5% RH, even at temperatures of 60ºC. During cabinet door opening, air moisture levels barely rise above 5% and sink within 4 min to <1%. Microprocessor and solid state sensor monitor state of desiccant and compare it with set point values. When moisture content in cabinet exceeds absorption capacity of drying substance, thermal regeneration begins. Read More

Chemical Processing & Waste Management, Fluid & Gas Flow Equipment, Green & Clean

Desiccant Air Dryers achieve low dew points down to -70°C.

October 22, 2010

Covering airflow rates from 1.2-13.3 m³/min, DC 12 to DC 133 Heatless Regenerated Dryers are supplied ready for use with upstream and downstream filtration. Generous volume of high-grade Sigma Dry desiccant, which saturates only in part during initial loading, helps to achieve low dew points. Two controls are available: Eco Control Basic allows flexible matching of regeneration period to varying load conditions, while Eco Control automatically adapts loading and regeneration periods to demand. Read More

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