• Refrigerated Dryers at best
produce a 35°F pressure dew point under full load and
perfect operating conditions. With a low flow to a
refrigerated dryer, the dew point will climb well over the
NFPA99 regulation of 39°F to alarm.
• Our dryers are specifically designed to exceed the
operating conditions of a medical air system, where a -40°F
dew point is not a requirement.
• Our desiccant dryer will consistently provide a -10°F
or better pressure dew point while only consuming 5% to
10% purge, a very low percentage compared
to the 20% consumed by standard desiccant dryers.
• Our dryers consume less energy, while reducing wear
and tear on your system and increasing the available CFM
output to your facility.
• Our dryers come standard with variable orifices that
customize the CFM output for your usage, not
on the dryer’s capacity rating.
FEATURES & BENEFITS
• Refrigerated Dryers can’t
equal the performance of our dryers, and Typical Desiccant
Dryers are an overkill.
• Using our design of loose bed desiccant cores, a
reduction of pressure dew point is achieved, based on 80°F
suppression of incoming air. A standard of performance
unobtainable with refrigerated dryers due to ICE
FORMATION in the refrigerant heat exchanger below 32°F.
• Adding another compressor ? No problem. Increasing the
capacity of our dryers is as simple as upgrading the core,
a process that can be completed in less than 30 minutes. (
a standard dryer would require complete replacement.)
• Our dryers are unaffected by dirt or particle
contamination, unlike refrigerant dryers who’s heat
exchangers are easily “plugged up”, which drastically
decreases their performance.