DGH Series Heatless desiccant dryers open up a world of customizable performance opportunities with four standard ISO quality class levels of pressure dew points to choose from. Don’t settle for less than the ability to satisfy all of your requirements for clean, dry compressed air. A carefully engineered desiccant dryer design provides a reliable method to remove moisture as a water vapor using desiccant such as activated alumina or silica gel.
The DPB Series blower purge desiccant dryer process design offers the end user the opportunity to significantly reduce the energy costs associated with achieving a reliable -40°F (-40°C) pressure dew point. This is achieved by eliminating or reducing purge air requirements (compressed air utilized to regenerate desiccant beds) typical of other desiccant dryer designs.
The GDHM Series desiccant air dryers use the proven “Pressure Swing Adsorption” (PSA) method for drying wet compressed air. This requires having two identical towers containing hygroscopic desiccant. The unique energy saving design can start and stop dryer with a compressor or point-of-use equipment to eliminate purge loss when off.
Gardner Denver heat regenerative adsorption dryers are for higher volume flows. No loss of compressed air. Ambient air is used for regeneration of the adsorption vessel. Latest control technology guarantees cost-optimized and secure purification at constant pressure dew points.
The DST Series single tower desiccant air dryer provides quality air to your application with minimal investment. The compact, in-line design is ideally suited for point of use applications, such as paint spraying operations or pneumatic tools, which require clean, dry compressed air. The modular housings, with optional oil removal pre-filter, provide ease of installation to any system.
The DHP Series of blower purge desiccant air dryers ensures that your dry air requirements are met. The DHP can provide you with ISO 8573.1 Class 2 dewpoints. Couple your DHP dryer with the appropriate FIL filtration to achieve up to ISO 8573.1 Class 1 for solids and oils.
Using patented Parker domnick hunter technology, PNEUDRI MX heatless dryers provide the ultimate in clean and dry compressed air.
Compressed air contamination problems can be simply avoided by installing a Parker domnick hunter PNEUDRI MIDIplus High Efficiency Compressed Air Dryer package fitted with OIL-X EVOLUTION filtration. The packages are suitable for use with any compressor type and are suited to point of use applications.
Parker domnick hunter PNEUDRI DH heat regenerative compressed air dryer utilises the Thermal Swing Adsorption (TSA) method of drying compressed air. By using electric heaters built into the desiccant beds, purge air consumption is reduced which increases operating efficiency.The range of five dryer models will offer flow rates from 238m3 per hour at 7 bar g for applications requiring ISO 8573-1 compressed air quality. For large flow rate requirements, the PNEUDRI DH dryer can be multi-banked.
The PNEUDRI MiDAS compressed air dryer range from Parker domnick hunter provides many benefits for users with point of use applications that require flow rates up to 54m3 per hour. Seven models in the range provide effective compressed air treatment at any pressure between 4 and 12 bar g (58 – 174 psi g). Delivered air quality meets ISO 8573-1:2010 Class 2 water vapour (-40°C pressure dew point) as standard, with an option of ISO 8573-1:2010 Class 1 water vapour (-70°C pressure dew point) for more critical applications.
Parker domnick hunter PNEUDRI MIDIplus heatless compressed air dryer range is suitable for use with all types of compressor and is suitable for point of use applications, offering flow rates from 41m3 per hour at 7 bar g. The range comprises nine fully corrosion protected dryers that deliver consistent dew point performance. Designed to meet the international standard for compressed air quality, ISO 8573-1:2010 Class 2 water vapour as standard with option of meeting ISO 8573-1:2010 Class 1 water vapour for more critical applications.
PNEUDRI heatless dryers can provide the simple and cost effective solution for the provision of clean dry compressed air. Using patented Parker domnick hunter technology, PNEUDRI heatless dryers provide the ultimate in performance, security and reliability.
The PNEUDRI MX range of heatless compressed air dryers from Parker domnick hunter can deliver air quality at –20°C, -40°C and –70°C pressure dew points, meeting the international standard for compressed air, ISO 8573-1 (classes 3, 2 and 1 water vapour). The PNEUDRI MX range of compressed air dryers consists of eight models with flow rates starting at 408m3 per hour at 7 bar g; the ability to multi-bank PNEUDRI MX compressed air dryers can offer flow rates in excess of 6120 m3 per hour.
The PNEUDRI MXLE ADVANTAGE compressed air dryer has been specifically designed to provide all of the benefits of a traditional PNEUDRI MX heatless adsorption dryer with the additional benefits of increased compressed air available for plant use, lower energy costs and lower environmental impact.
Water vapor is water in a gaseous form and is removed from compressed air using a dryer, with dryer performance being measured as pressure dewpoint. Adsorption or desiccant dryers remove moisture by passing air over a regenerative adsorbent material which strips the moisture from the air. This type of dryer is extremely efficient and typical pressure dewpoint ratings are -40°F (-40°C) or -100°F (-70°C) pdp. This means that for water vapor to condense into a liquid, the air temperature would have to drop below -40°F (-40°C) to -100°F (-70°C) respectively (the actual air temperature after an adsorption dryer is not the same as it’s dewpoint). Beneficially, a pressure dewpoint of -15°F (-26°C) or better will not only prevent corrosion, but will also inhibit the growth of microorganisms within the compressed air system.
Water vapor is water in a gaseous form and is removed from compressed air using a dryer, with dryer performance being measured as pressure dewpoint. Adsorption or desiccant dryers remove moisture by passing air over a regenerative adsorbent material which strips the moisture from the air.