Compressed air dryers offer efficient performance and ease of useOctober 30, 2017 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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High-quality air helps to ensure the continuity and reliability of industrial applications, and contributes to the consistent quality of products. CompAir understands this, which is why the leading developer of compressed air equipment offers a wide selection of air treatment technologies. Its lineup includes a full range of energy-efficient and environmentally friendly compressed air dryers, such as refrigerant dryers, heatless and heated desiccant dryers, HOC dryers and hybrid dryers.
CompAir’s refrigerated air drying solutions have been proven reliable in thousands of applications. They are available in low-, medium- and high-capacity models, and feature a patented heat exchanger technology that has low pressure loss. These units are compact, as well as easy to install, operate and maintain.
CompAir offers a range of high efficiency heatless and heat-regenerative compressed air dryers for the removal of water vapour from a compressed air supply. These units remove moisture by passing air over a regenerative desiccant material, which attracts and retains the water vapour molecules. They feature a unique modular construction, which makes them a lot smaller and lighter than comparable twin tower desiccant dryers. These units are also easy to install and maintain.
The heat-of-compression (HOC) drying process is often the most energy-efficient way to dry air in oil-free applications. CompAir’s range of highly efficient HOC dryers offers low operating costs, low pressure drop, and extremely low noise operation.
CompAir's innovative CDT Series of compressed air dryers features a combination of refrigerant and adsorption dryer technology to deliver high-quality compressed air at low energy consumption levels. In fact, the CDT Series offers lower energy consumption compared to traditional heatless and heat regenerative adsorption dryer technology.
For additional details on its line of compressed air dryers, contact CompAir.