During this process, the moist compressed air comes into contact with the hydrophilic desiccant molecules when it flows from the bottom to the top of the vessel. The dessicant molecules will retain the moisture which results in dry compressed air leaving the vessel.
- Compact Small/Medium Heatless Dryer (C-HDD Series)
- Heatless Twin Tower Dryer (HDD Series)
- Heated Twin Tower Dryer (VEHDD Series)
Compressed air is a industrial wide used power source. Over the years it became a crucial part of a wide range in industrial processes. However, compressed air after compression is not clean and contains impurities like, water, oil, dirt, wear particles and so on. This mixture creates a form of condensate which damage downstream equipment like air tools, pneumatic cylinders and other pneumatic tools. It also causes high maintenance and costly air leaks in compressed air systems. The use of highly efficient compressed air filters and condensate drains will remove a lot of these impurities and can eliminate most of the problems downstream. For many applications this is not enough. These applications need an even higher level of compressed air quality. Point of use desiccant dryers will provide this level of air quality at the point where the quality is needed without investing a large amount in centralized purification systems which are often not needed because only certain areas of the production process needs that high quality air.
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