COMPRESSED AIR AND PROCESS GAS DRYERS
Refrigerated air dryers remove moisture and contaminants from compressed air by chilling the air to a temperature that causes the moisture in the air to condense and form droplets. These can be separated from the air stream and discharged from the dryer.
Regenerative air dryers use desiccant media to adsorb moisture and contaminants from compressed air. The desiccant media can be regenerated, or purged of the moisture it collects, and used again and again. Our regenerative dryers use this process to allow compressed air to be dried to very low dew points of either -40°F, -80°F, or -100°F. These low dew points are necessary for critical compressed air applications or for those in extremely cold ambient conditions where any moisture remaining in the air would freeze inside compressed air system piping and block flow.